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2018 | B/N | 73:00

The enforced disappearance of 43 students in Ayotzinapa exposed the grief of their parents and other relations, reminding us of the intimate tie that unites us all and of the importance of solidarity.

Direction: García Meza; Enrique
Script: Enrique García Meza
Production: Springall; Alejandro, del Toro; Guillermo, Navarro; Bertha
Music: Reyes; Gus, Sánchez; Andrés, Camilla Uboldi
Participation year at FICM: 2018

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Ayotzinapa, el paso de la tortuga

Being a student at the Ayotzinapa´s rural teacher training college, or being one of those students´ farm worker father or an indigenous mother, usually means being invisible. Their grief and their hope made them visible and… perhaps also reminded us that we are not alone; we are intimately connected to them.

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