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2009 | Color | 34 min 47 seg

Martin is an unlucky deer hunter. He lacks the skill, so he resorts to the old ways to get what he wants. He follows the legend of the deer’s stone and unleashes a host of misfortunes for him and those around him.


Country: México
Direction: Ventura; Miguel Ángel
Script: Ventura; Miguel Ángel
Production: Ventura; Miguel Ángel, Herrera; Mirna
Photography: de Coria; Roberto
Sound: Islas; David, Castillo; Beberly
Music: Ventura; Juan Diego, Aguilar; Eduardo
Cast:Tun Arana; José Alejandro, Aguilar; José Antonio, Pool Bolivar; Freddy Antonio, Cámara Chi; José Fernando, Pool Bolívar; Antonia Margarita, Bu; Marcelino, Chan; Joel, Quijano; Arturo, Dzul Vaz; Yamili Rebeca
Participation year at FICM: 2010

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