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2014 | Color | 18:43

Elba is a lonely, introverted 14-year-old. Her mother is rarely at home, and her older sister, Fernanda, gives her a hard time. Fernanda decides to run away from home. Elba feels the need to bond with her, and decides to go to Fernanda’s farewell party. What the two girls go through there will change Elba’s way of seeing life.

Country: México
Direction: Castillo; Tania Claudia
Script: Castillo; Tania Claudia
Production: Hernández Vázquez; Carlos
Photography: González Rivas; Sebastián
Sound: Rabasa Jofre; Andrea
Music: Márquez; Arturo, Varela; Jairo, Barcelata; Lorenzo
Cast:Ávalos; Paulina, Muñoz Bautista; Cristian Misael, Herrera Loyola; Isadora, Martínez; Axl Amador, Montes Castillo; Alejandro, Menacho; Carlos Alberto, Jiménez Camacho; Andrea
Art direction: Demián Vargas; Marcos
Participation year at FICM: 2014

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