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2010 | Color | 106 min

Ten different voices join together to create a contemporary vision of the Revolution in Mexico. There is not only one interpretation presented of this historic event, but rather a wide range of views about the concept of revolution — its social significance as well as its more intimate, personal meaning. These stories try to offer a plural perspective through varied aesthetic perceptions that enrich our collective imagination. 

Country: México
Direction: Luna; Diego, García; Rodrigo, Plá; Rodrigo, Riggen; Patricia, Eimbcke; Fernando, Chenillo; Mariana, Escalante; Amat, García Bernal; Gael, Naranjo; Gerardo, Reygadas; Carlos
Script: Luna; Diego, Santullo; Laura, Riggen; Patricia, Riggen; Jorge, Katz; Mauricio, Nuncio; Gabriel, Eimbcke; Fernando, Chenillo; Mariana, Reygadas; Carlos, Escalante; Amat
Production: Cruz; Pablo
Photography: López; Miguel, Hagerman; Lorenzo, Borbolla; Andrea, Esteve; Pau, Cantú; Alejandro, Coles; Sean, Naranjo; Gerardo, Romandi; Jaime, Carvalho; Lula, Varese; Checco, Nuñez; Pablo, Denti; Gerónimo, Murguía; Patrick, Barroso; Gerardo, González-Rubio; Pedro, Saldívar Tanaka; Serguei, Villanueva; Emiliano, Zabé; Alexis, Escalante; Amat
Sound: Milner; Joe
Music: Gamboa; Eduardo, Heiblum; Leo
Participation year at FICM: 2010

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