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2009 | Color | 1h 30 min

Daniel and Ana, brother and sister, are experiencing important moments in their lives. Ana is about to be married; Daniel is discovering his personal and sexual identity. Yet this harmony is instantly shattered when they are kidnapped. Something shocking happens which forces them to confront their own desires and fears. Suddenly their old lives are a distant memory. Now, nothing they have known will ever be the same again.

Country: México, España
Direction: Franco; Michel
Script: Franco; Michel
Production: Birman Ripstein; Daniel
Photography: Chavez; Chuy
Sound: Núñez; Santiago, Aguilar; Carlos
Music: Attie; Atto
Cast:Vega; Marimar, Yazbek Bernal; Dario, Torre; José María, Ontiveros; Montserrat, Lombana; Luis Miguel
Art direction: Papadimitriou; Martha
Participation year at FICM: 2009

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