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2008 | Color | 1h 30 min

Seven Moments is the story of women that were guerrilleras in Uruguay at the beginning of the 70s. With an intimate approach, the film reveals the decisive moments and the personal crossroads that the women experienced. The documentary seeks to convey the experience and the vision of ordinary people in extraordinary situations and looks deep into the load of tensions, fears, contradictions and personal costs that these transformative instants of history entail.


Country: México
Direction: Cardozo Benia; Diana
Script: Cardozo Benia; Diana
Production: Castro; Ángeles
Photography: Grandío; Paula, Jacobs; Daniel, Benet; Ricardo
Sound: Colavita; Alejandro
Music: Lerner & Moguilenvsky;
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Participation year at FICM: 2008

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