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2021 | Color | 110:00

In a Mexican mountain town, three girls turn the houses abandoned by fugitives into their playground. Away from the gaze of others, they dress up as women and find refuge in hiding places to escape from potential kidnappers. But the dark echoes of violence become an inevitable threat.

Country: México, Catar, Alemania, Brasil
Direction: Huezo; Tatiana
Script: basado en la novela de Jennifer Clement, Huezo; Tatiana
Production: Stark; Jim, Célis; Nicolás
Photography: Ludlow; Dariela
Sound: Esquenazi; Lena
Music: Lieberman; Jacobo, Heiblum; Leo
Cast:Batalla; Mayra, Ordóñez González; Ana Cristina, Membreño; Marya
Participation year at FICM: 2021

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