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Eugenio Polgovsky (1977–2017)

Eugenio Polgovsky was born on June 29, 1977 in Mexico City, Mexico as Eugenio Gregorio Polgovsky Ezcurra. He was a cinematographer and director, known for Tropico de cancer (2004), Los herederos (2008) and Resurrección (2016). He died on August 11, 2017 in London, England. See full bio »


(age 40) in London, England, UK

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Tropico de cancer
Tropico de cancer Cinematographer
Los herederos
Los herederos Cinematographer
Resurrección Cinematographer
Mitote Cinematographer


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 2016 Resurrección (Documentary)
 2012 Mitote (Documentary)
 2009 Buenas intenciones (Short)
 2008 Los herederos (Documentary)
 2007 Déficit
 2006 A través de A(lan) Glass (Documentary)
 2006 Acme & Co. (Documentary)
 2006 Matapájaros (Short)
 2004 El color de su sombra (Short)
 2004 Tropico de cancer (Documentary)
 2003 Lazos de familia (Short)
 2003/II Anónimo (Short)
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His father was the son of a Russian émigré who had fled the 1917 revolution. His mother was herself an émigré who left Argentina after the 1976 military coup that launched the bloody "dirty war". See more »

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