Raindance Film Festival 2013

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Disrupted (Quebranto) (Country: Mexico; Year: 2013; Director: Roberto Fiesco; Writer: Roberto Fiesco, Julián Hernández; Stars: Fernando García Ortega, Lilia Ortega, Jorge Fons)
A documentary about a septuagenarian actress and her cabaret artiste daughter, who began life as a male child star.
Everybody's Got Somebody But Me (Country: Mexico; Year: 2013; Director: Raul Fuentes; Writer: Raul Fuentes; Stars: Jeronimo Rodriguez Garcia, Laura Pino, Carlos Taibo)
A publishing editor finds herself inspired by a student.
Generation Last (Country: Mexico, Turkey, US; Year: 2012; Director: Joel Juarez; Writer: Joel Juarez, Alejandro Mendoza; Stars: Héctor Mújica, Montserrat Ortega, Diego Radilla, Aranza Rodriguez , Ricky Santa Anna, Lucia Tercero, Emiliano Wichtendahl)
The last five children on Earth uncover the truth behind their circumstances.
Journey Of Hanuman (Country: Mexico, India, US; Year: 2012; Director: Lola Creel; Writer: Lola Creel; Stars: Peter Coyote, Rachel Rife, Rebekah Rife, James VanHess)
A documentary exploring ancient Indian spiritual traditions as yet untouched by globalisation.
Levantamuertos (Country: Mexico; Year: 2013; Director: Miguel Nuñez; Writer: Ángel Nozagaray, Miguel Nuñez; Stars: Sofia Felix, Daniel Galo, Roberto Medina)
The adventures of a young coroner, his girlfriend and a pig in the hottest city in Mexico.
Purgatorio (Country: Mexico; Year: 2013; Director: Rodrigo Reyes; Writer: Rodrigo Reyes)
A documentary that invites viewers to imagine what the world was like before the existence of territorial borders.
Rezeta (Country: Mexico; Year: 2012; Director: Fernando Frias; Writer: Fernando Frias; Stars: Rezeta Veliu, Roger Mendoza, Paulina Davila)
A glamorous young model falls for a cleaner in Mexico City and finds herself torn between two worlds.
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