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2005 | Color | 16 min

Messanger of the Gods Brother Jerónimo de Alcalá, while investigating ancient Purépecha indigenous history, stumbles upon the story of Tamapucheca, a warrior and son of Tariácuri, founder of the Tarascan dominion.

Country: México
Direction: Rodríguez Guillén; Pavel
Script: Rodríguez Guillén; Pavel
Production: Pérez; Tomás
Photography: Avellaneda; Simón, Rodríguez Guillén; Pavel
Sound: De Video Indígena; Centro, Visual; Captura
Music: Zepeda; Antonio, de Jerusalén; Ignacio, Chanticleer
Cast:Hernández; Flavio, Zuno; Édgar, Lucas; Amaruk, Máximo; Raúl
Art direction: Visual; Captura
Participation year at FICM: 2005

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