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2006 | B/N | 13 min

Máximo, a Mexican wrestler, performs a homosexual character in the ring even though he´s not gay. The ambivalence is emphasized by the fact that he is named after a Roman emperor, a parody of the virility that contrasts with his simulated sexual orientation.

Country: México
Direction: Cuesta; Raúl
Script: Huerta; Anaïs
Production: Huerta; Anaïs
Photography: Julie; Frederic
Sound: Nava; Gilberto
Music: Comdublé;
Art direction: Marín; Alan, Arellano; Selene
Participation year at FICM: 2006

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