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The Faces of the Moon (2002)

Las caras de la luna (original title)
A revealing view into the lives of Latin American women. The drama follows five women from different walks of life as they converge in Mexico City to review the entries in the Latin American Women's Film Festival.

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Carola Reyna ...
Shosh Balsher
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Joan Turner
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Maruja Céspedes
Carmen Montejo ...
Mariana Toscano
Diana Bracho ...
Magdalena Hoyos
Haydee de Lev ...
Julia
Nora Velázquez ...
Anita
Gonzalo Vega ...
Federico
John Edmunds ...
Kosmogorov
Claudette Maillé ...
Annette
Jorge Zárate ...
Pulido
Fabiana Perzabal ...
Josefa
María Minera ...
Ivonne
Selma Beraud ...
Pulido's mother
Berta Hiriart ...
Nun
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A revealing view into the lives of Latin American women. The drama follows five women from different walks of life as they converge in Mexico City to review the entries in the Latin American Women's Film Festival.

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Fine actresses dignify this film about woman and cinema
1 November 2001 | by (Sao Paulo, Brazil) – See all my reviews

A group of actresses is invited to be a jury during a film festival in Mexico. In the meanwhile, their story is told, with their past, their present work and their plans for the future. The actresses are all great, making a mix of nationalities, ages and personalities. A film about woman, without compromises with feminism or any other ideologies that we heard for the last 30 years.


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