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2009 | Color | 100 min

Roberto, an illegal Mexican immigrant who washes the windows of New York City’s skyscrapers, has a relationship with Susan, a New York filmmaker who is editing a documentary about suicides in Mexico City’s subway. Their affair is based on mutual admiration and a deep understanding of each other. Nonetheless, one day Susan suddenly disappears. Roberto begins searching for her and eventually finds her in the least expected place...

Country: México, Estados Unidos
Direction: Benet; Ricardo
Script: Benet; Ricardo
Production: Halphen; Sandro, Cuenca; Julio, Rustrián; Julio, Holtz; Daniel, Hernández; José Antonio
Photography: Boege; Martín
Sound: Muñoz Cota Callejas; Isabel
Music: Music; Ellenor
Cast:Gama; Dagoberto, Liu; Lucy, Tomita; Tamlyn, Huerta; Tenoch, Cothran Jr.; John
Participation year at FICM: 2010

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