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1939 | B/N | 101 min

Filmed in locations in Yucatán, among Mayan ruins, this picture narrates the tragic love of Uz, a hunter, and beautiful Lol. These contemporary Mayas unleash the fury of the elements and of their social environment? accompanied by the pulsating chords of Silvestre Revueltas? major score


Country: México
Direction: Urueta; Chano
Script: Burns; Archibaldo, B. Crevenna; Alfredo, Mediz Bolio; Antonio, Urueta; Chano
Production: Cabrera; Francisco, de La Serna; Mauricio
Photography: Figueroa; Gabriel
Sound:
Music: Revueltas; Silvestre
Cast:Aldás; Luis, Corona; Isabela, Herrera; Daniel "“Chino"”, Landa; Rodolfo, Langler; Max, Inda; Stella, de Córdova; Arturo
Art direction:
Participation year at FICM: 2013

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