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2002 | Color | 24 min

In a Few Words. This is the story of two deaf children and their families. Each family has chosen a different way of communicating with it child.

Country: México
Direction: Chenillo; Mariana
Production: Guerro; Issa, Chenillo; Mariana
Photography: López; Miguel
Sound: Bruschetein; Natalia, Gerber Bicecci; Alejandro
Art direction:
Participation year at FICM: 2003

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