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2011 | Color | 19 min 0 seg

In a town nestled in the mountains of the State of Puebla, the community elects their local queen to represent them for a year. They choose a young woman from a good family, with a good reputation and liked by the locals. Who did they choose this year and why? What does her reign actually mean?


Country: México
Direction: Goded; Maya
Script: Goded; Maya
Production: Sosa; Martha
Photography: Goded; Maya
Sound: Hernández Montero; Miguel
Music:
Cast:Reyes Silva; Higinia, Edith Reyes Silva; Lucía, Mendoza Carrera; Familia, Mendoza Carrera; Elday, Magdalena Castillo Reyes; Maria, Pacheco Pacheco; Sarita
Art direction:
Participation year at FICM: 2011

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