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2005 | Color | 10 min

My Brother Oseas is an ordinary teenager who tells a lie just to be someone in his neighbourhood, unaware that his bragging has put his younger brother´s life at risk by implicating him with the girlfriend of the toughest gang member.

Country: México
Direction: Grau; Jorge Michel
Script: Grau; Jorge Michel
Production: Rodríguez; Hugo, Castro; Ángeles
Photography: Sanchez; Santiago
Sound: Fulgueira; Pablo
Music: Santana; Connie, Magisterio;
Cast:Carmona; Mauricio, Sánchez; Gustavo, Michel; Octavio, Rodríguez; Gabino
Art direction: Ugarte; Alejandra
Participation year at FICM: 2005

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