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DUST

by Julio Hernández Cordón

synopsis

Ignacio, 30-year old filmmaker and father to a teenage girl, is shooting a documentary with his pregnant girlfriend Alejandra about the disappeared people in 1982 during the armed conflict in an indigenous village. Amongst the families who are looking for their husbands and fathers are Delfina and her son Juan. Delfina still hopes to find her husband, but Juan is fed up with the search. He knows who was responsible for the disappearance of his father: someone who still lives in the same village.

international title: Dust
original title: Polvo
country: Guatemala, Spain, Chile, Germany
sales agent: m-appeal
year: 2012
genre: fiction
directed by: Julio Hernández Cordón
film run: 80'
cast: Agustin Ortíz Pérez, Eduardo Spiegeler, Alejandra Estrada, María Telón Soc
cinematography by: María Secco
film editing: Aina Calleja
producer: Fernanda Del Nido, Gúdula Meinzolt, Juan de Dios Larraín, Julio Hernández Cordón, Pablo Larraín, Pamela Guinea, Paulo de Carvalho
production: Tic Tac Producciones, Autentika Films, Melindrosa films/Guatemala, Fabula/Chile
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