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by Chema Rodríguez


Guatemala, in the 80s. The worst days of the Civil war. Andrés is 9 years old. He lives with Pedro González, one of the men who massacred all the women and children in his village. Andrés has survived, but he's scared. Pedro's wife, María, is also scared, scared to go out, scared to lose Andrés, whom she considers as "her new son" - even Pedro is scared, scared of himself and what the Army bounds him to do. Andrés would like to run away but he also wants to stay in his new family - until his sister appears. Written By Producciones Sin Un Duro

international title: Giants don't Exist
original title: Los gigantes no existen
working title: 7 Horas
country: Spain, Guatemala
sales agent: Pyramide International
year: 2017
genre: fiction
directed by: Chema Rodríguez
film run: 82'
screenplay: Chema Rodríguez, Francisco Vargas, León Siminiani
cast: Rafael Rojas, Luis Carlos Pineda, José Javier Martínez, Jesús Tecú, Patricia Orantes, Andrés Toz, Marta Tuyuc
cinematography by: Álvaro Rodríguez Sánchez
film editing: José M. G. Moyano
art director: Reyna Sofía Lantán
costumes designer: Beatriz Lantán
music: Pablo Burgués
producer: José Nolla, Jorge Sánchez Gallo, Chema Álvarez, Chema Rodríguez
executive producer: Chema Rodríguez
associate producer: Dora Sales, José Amador
production: Producciones Sin Un Duro, Icónica Producciones, Atlantia Media Producciones, PTP Mundo Maya, Dos Lunas
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