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2006 | Color | 23 min

In the Red light district in the outskirts of Mazatlán, a teenager tells us about her sexuality, her doubts, her dreams and the uncertainty of her future


Country: México
Direction: Quemada-Diez; Diego
Production: Arellano; Antonio, Quemada-Diez; Diego
Photography: Quemada-Diez; Diego
Cast:Morena; La
Participation year at FICM: 2007

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