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2017 | Color | 73:57

A portrait of the inner conflicts of two women who wait in vain for their missing loved ones. Two stories separated by decades: Liliana’s, who lost her husband to organized crime in 2010; and Alicia’s, whose mother was disappeared by the Mexican Government in 1978, during the Dirty War. This documentary brings them together to illustrate the trials of memory itself, as well as the women’s everyday struggle not to disappear from life.

Direction: Rea Gómez; Daniela
Script: Rea Gómez; Daniela
Production: Gutiérrez Vega; Mario
Photography: Villegas; Gabriel
Sound: Llaguno; Guillermo
Music: Lara Bon; Leoncio
Art direction:
Participation year at FICM: 2017

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