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2005 | Color | 13 min

An unusual love story between a musician and a woman with a hearing disability


Country: México
Direction: Katzew; Jaime
Script: Rodríguez; Roberto, Olvera Zinder; Livia, Manero; Manuel, Davidzon; Florencia, Katzew; Jaime
Production: Moreno; Rebeca
Photography: Rodríguez; Roberto
Sound: Canales; Roberto
Music: Yancelson; Bernardo
Art direction: Canales; Roberto
Participation year at FICM: 2006

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