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2012 | Color | 90 min 0 seg

The personal journey and social awakening of Eufrosina, a young indigenous woman from Oaxaca state, fighting against gender inequality as well as the seductive offering of political power.

Country: México
Direction: Kaplan; Luciana
Script: Delgado; Diego, Kaplan; Luciana
Production: Delgado; Diego
Photography: Hernández; Gabriel
Sound: Arroyo; Santiago
Music: Hidalgo; Daniel
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Participation year at FICM: 2012

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