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Luis Mandoki


Luis Mandoki was born in 1954 in Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico. He is a director and producer, known for Message in a Bottle (1999), Angel Eyes (2001) and When a Man Loves a Woman (1994). See full bio »

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Known For

Message in a Bottle
(1999)
Angel Eyes
Angel Eyes Director
(2001)
When a Man Loves a Woman
(1994)
Innocent Voices
Innocent Voices Director
(2004)

Filmography

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 2007 Fraude: México 2006 (Documentary) (documentary director)
 2006 ¿Quién es el Señor López? (TV Series documentary)
 2002/I Trapped
 2001 Angel Eyes
 2000 Amazing Grace
 2000 Meeting Genevieve (Short)
 1990 White Palace
 1989 The Edge (TV Movie)
 1984 Motel
 1983 Mundo mágico (segment "La venganza de Carlos Mango")
 1982 El día que vinieron los muertos (Documentary)
 1982 Papaloapan (Documentary)
 1980 El secreto
 1980 Campeche, un estado de animo (Documentary short)
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Directed one Oscar nominated performance: Norma Aleandro in Gaby: A True Story (1987). See more »

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