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2000 | Color | 25 min

The Eye on the Nape After the bitter experience of a military dictatorship in Latin America those guilty of the disappearance of Pablo´s father are pardoned. When Pablo returns from exile, he will fight for justice to be served.

Country: México, Uruguay
Direction: Plá; Rodrigo
Script: Plá; Rodrigo
Production: Rodríguez; Hugo, Castro; Ángeles
Photography: Saldívar Tanaka; Serguei
Music: Lieberman; Jacobo, Heiblum; Leonardo
Cast:Sosa; Evangelina, García Bernal; Gael, Hendler; Daniel, Reyno; Walter, Zuassti; Elena
Art direction:
Participation year at FICM: 2005

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