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2003 | Color | 89 min

The continuing adventures of spy siblings Juni and Carmen Cortez. Carmen is caught in a virtual reality game designed by the kids? new nemesis, the Toymaker. It?s up to Juni to save his sister, and ultimately the world

Country: Estados Unidos
Direction: Rodriguez; Robert
Script: Rodrigue; Robert
Production: Banderas; Antonio, Avella; Elizabeth, Rodriguez; Robert
Photography: Rodrigue; Robert
Music: Rodriguez; Robert
Cast:Sabara; Daryl, Vega; Alexa, Stallone; Sylvester, Gugino; Carla, Edner; Bobby, Cumming; Alan, Judge; Mike, Osment; Emily, O³leary; Matthew, Ricardo; Ricardo, Hayek; Salma, Banderas; Antonio, Buscemi; Steve, Clooney; George
Art direction: Scott; Jeanette
Participation year at FICM: 2003

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