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2009 | Color | 16 min

Cecilia, Alberto and Felipe live caught in a strange epidemic that has plagued the abandoned the streets of a coast town.  Suddenly, an incontrollable desire forces them to leave in search of the sea.


Country: México
Direction: Hernández; Julián
Script: Loo; Sergio, Pérez; Ulises, Hernández; Julián
Production: Patrón; Javier, Fiesco; Roberto
Photography: Cantú; Alejandro
Sound: Juárez Espino; Omar
Music: Villela Vega; Arturo
Cast:Quintanar; Damayanti, Torres; Harold, Villegas; Guillermo
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Participation year at FICM: 2010

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