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1919 | B/N | 223:00

Originally filmed as a 12-episode series, The Grey Automobile tells the story of a criminal gang who pretended to be military men and used a car to commit their felonies. The infamous group assaulted Mexico City in 1915, during the Mexican Revolution, taking advantage of the climate of political instability to exploit the wealthy.


Country: México
Direction: Rosas; Enrique
Script: Necoechea; Miguel, Rosas; Enrique, Ramos; José Manuel
Production: Rosas; Enrique, González; Pablo
Photography: Rosas; Enrique
Music: Serralde Ruiz; José María
Cast:Canals de Homes; Juan, Cabrera; Juan Manuel, Esquivel; Ángel, de los Ríos; Manuel, Asperó; Valentín, Cantalaúba; Enrique, López del Castillo; Gerardo, Finance; Ernesto, Ferriz; María Mercedes, Coss; Joaquín, Ferriz; Miguel Ángel, Vila; Dora
Participation year at FICM: 2019

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