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1968 | Color | 1h 40 min

A young woman falls in love with a much older, but attractive man who introduces her to a whole new world of adventures.

Country: México
Direction: Michel; Manuel
Script: García Márquez; Gabriel, Michel; Manuel
Production: Pérez Gavilán; Fernando, Walerstein; Mauricio
Photography: Álvarez Garcés; Fernando
Sound: Henkel; Heinrich, Saldívar; Ricardo
Music: Lyra; Carlos
Cast:Pastor; Julián, Cortés; Carlos, Robles; Leticia, Ehrenberg; Felipe, Alemán; Julio, Medina; Ofelia, Cordero; Joaquín, Bonilla; Héctor
Art direction: Méndez; José
Participation year at FICM: 2008

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