Spotlight on Short Films from NFFTY • 13m
A young man in Oaxaca runs into successive dead-ends while searching for a better life and gainful employment in a violent, impoverished society.
Andrea Rosales studied Communications, focusing in cinema, at Universidad Iberoamericana. She was Programming Director at the Kinoki International Film Festival in 2016 and took part in several university projects as a producer and assistant director. CRUZ, a short she filmed in Oaxaca, is her thesis.
DIRECTED BY ANDREA ROSALES
MEXICO | 2019 | SPANISH WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES
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