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2004 | Color | 7 min 10 seg

A confrontation between creation and intolerance

Country: México
Direction: Carrera; Carlos
Script: Carrera; Carlos
Production: Villagómez; Lourdes
Photography: León; Andrés
Sound: Ruiz; Talía, García; Ruy
Music: García; Ruy
Art direction: Lagos; Cecilia
Participation year at FICM: 2004

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