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2018 | Color | 101:07

Miguel “Bayoneta” Galíndez is a retired boxer from Tijuana who —for mysterious reasons— finds himself living in a cramped flat in the town of Turku, Finland. Throughout the day he works as a trainer in a boxing gym and at night he drinks alone. A need for redemption will lead him to prove himself once again as a fighter. During such process, he will be forced to come to terms with his past and whatever pushed him away from boxing and his family.

Direction: Terrazas; Kyzza
Script: Márquez Tizano; Rodrigo, Terrazas; Kyzza
Production: Córdova; María José, Enäsuo; Johanna, S. González; Rodrigo, Muffelman; Alberto, Ley; Rafael, Gatica; Gerardo, Terrazas; Kyzza
Photography: Garza; Guillermo
Sound: de Icaza; Alejandro
Music: Tiheäsalo; Topias
Cast:Luis Gerardo Méndez, Joonas Saartamo, Laura Birn, Ilkka Koivula, Ville Virtanen., Jodorowsky; Brontis
Art direction: Fuentes; Ivonne
Participation year at FICM: 2018

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