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2019 | Color | 34:30

Alejandra a 39-year-old woman, the daughter of a missing mother who belonged in the seventies to the Guerrilla group called "Communist League 23th of September" in Mexico, is looking for a truth that release her from her past. The documentary reflects on the fact of her orphanhood, her profession as a lawyer and the acceptance of her maternal family.

Country: México
Direction: Tamez Sierra; Pablo
Script: Tamez Sierra; Pablo
Production: Campos López; Javier, Garay Viñas; Diana, Tamez Sierra; Pablo
Photography: Garay Viñas; Diana
Sound: Ramos; Iván
Music: Barreiro; Tomás
Cast:Alejandra Cartagena López, Pablo García Cartagena, Judith Galarza Campos, Javier Galarza Campos, Gloriela Pérez Galarza
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Participation year at FICM: 2019

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