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2015 | Color | 28:15

Lulú wakes to the silence of an empty house. After 5 years, absence has her living in a limbo that gives way to desire, hope and the struggle to find her 9-year old son Brandon and her husband, alive.

Country: México, El Salvador
Direction: Huezo; Tatiana
Script: Huezo; Tatiana
Production: López; Julio, Vignal; Anaïs
Photography: Pardo; Ernesto
Sound: Tamez Sierra; Pablo, Fernández; Pablo
Music: Fernández; Pablo
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Participation year at FICM: 2015

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