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Madeinusa is a 14-year old girl who comes of age during the Easter festivities of her tiny, isolated village. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Magaly Solier ... Madeinusa

Carlos J. de la Torre ... Salvador
Yiliana Chong ... Chale
Juan Ubaldo Huamán ... Cayo
Melvin Quijada ... Mauro
Vicento Llauca Trejo ... Relojero
Kike Ortiz ... El Murdo
Hermelinda Luján ... Comadrona Margarita
Enriqueta Valdiviano ... The Singing Woman
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Eliazar Aquino ... Transvestite
Luis Gonzales ... Old Man
Antonio Morales ... Presentador
Daniel Ocano Paucar ... Ciego que canta
Teresa Villanueve ... Relojero's Wife

Directed by
Claudia Llosa 
 
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Claudia Llosa 

Produced by
Antonio Chavarrías .... producer
Claudia Llosa .... producer
José María Morales .... producer
 
Original Music by
Selma Mutal 
 
Cinematography by
Raúl Pérez Ureta 
 
Film Editing by
Ernest Blasi 
 
Casting by
Bárbara Acosta 
 
Art Direction by
Eduardo Camino 
 
Costume Design by
Leslie Hinojosa Cortijo 
 
Makeup Department
Marisol Ortega .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Enid Campos .... production manager
Àngels Masclans .... production manager
Miguel Morales .... production manager
Sandra Tapia .... production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Rodrigo Ordoñez .... first assistant director
 
Sound Department
Biel Cabré .... assistant sound editor
Albert Manera .... supervising sound editor
Ferran Mengod .... sound mixer
Marc Orts .... re-recording mixer
Jaume Puig .... sound consultant: Dolby
Xavier Souto .... sound editor
David Zúñiga .... boom operator
 
Editorial Department
Victor Martos .... color timer
David Martínez .... digital intermediate colorist
Jorge Ortiz Yus .... colorist
 
Music Department
Fernando Novillo .... music mixer
Fernando Novillo .... music recordist
David Reyes .... musical assistant
 
Other crew
Barfutura .... main poster design
Marta Ramírez .... post-production coordinator
 

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100 min | Argentina:100 min (Mar del Plata Film Festival)
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Madeinusa:He can't see us. It's Holy Time. He can't see us.
Salvador:Who?
Madeinusa:God. He's dead. He can't see us. He's dead. He's dead until Sunday.
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30 out of 37 people found the following review useful.
A few words to save Claudia, 7 January 2008
Author: Carlos Martinez Escalona from Mexico

Claudia Llosa explained many times why she made this film (It doesn't matter if she IS Peruvian or not... anyway, she IS.

It's not a documentary. It's not a mockumentary. It's not a portrayal of reality. It's not a film to raise racial prejudices. It's not a film abusive of the people portrayed on it.

It's this crazy idea (a script idea that came out of a "dream") of what would it be like if a town (BTW: Manayaycuna actually means the place no-one-can-enter and is non-existent) believed that during three days there's no sin, since "God is dead".

Better approach it with the motto of "it's just a film, it's just a film"

It's a difficult film to watch, but, nonetheless, a work of fiction, so don't take it so personal. Some filmmakers in the world, and some writers -as I do, have found this film remarkable in many aspects.

When I read a comment calling names to whoever chooses to watch this film just for that decision... well, that person shouldn't be allowed to post here!

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