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The story of the sexual discovery of Kriko Krakinsky, an 11-year-old boy living in a strange and bizarre family of immigrants that share mysterious and surprising behaviors around sexual... See more »

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Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Carlos Aragón ...
Narrator (voice)
Iván Arriaga ...
Javier
Mijael Askenazi ...
Kriko Krakinsky
Lucia Barbieri ...
Ilda Marustak
Victor Bonilla ...
Erbert Krakinsky
Julia Carrillo ...
Filda
Nitza Cohen ...
Screaming Girl
Miguel Couturier ...
Wilford Krakinsky
Victor Rivera ...
Bernardo
Ramon Suarez Maeso ...
Dr. Narroza
Aida Torres ...
Eldora Krakinsky
Halina Vela ...
Teacher

Directed by

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Isaac Ezban

Written by

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Isaac Ezban ... (story)
 
Isaac Ezban ... ()

Produced by

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Adelle Achar ... executive producer
Isaac Cherem ... executive producer
Isaac Ezban ... executive producer / producer
Pamela Hernandez ... producer
Miriam Mercado ... producer

Music by

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Fernando Alanis
Fabian Arellano

Cinematography by

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Francisco Ohem

Film Editing by

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Isaac Ezban

Editorial Department

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Francisco Ohem ... assistant editor

Production Design by

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Adelle Achar

Art Direction by

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Adelle Achar

Costume Design by

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Adelle Achar

Makeup Department

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Erika Aboytes ... assistant makeup artist
Sophie Crueghe ... hair stylist / makeup artist
Alfredo Garcia ... special makeup effects artist
Marina Rubin ... hair stylist / makeup artist
Karina Vargas ... hair stylist / makeup artist

Production Management

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Paulina Martinez ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Carlos Hernandez ... assistant director
Andres Monterrubio ... second assistant director

Art Department

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Mariana Angulo ... assistant art director
Camila Fernandez ... assistant art director
Maria Fernanda Sela ... assistant art director

Sound Department

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Daniel Maurer ... boom operator / sound editor

Special Effects by

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Alfredo Garcia ... special effects

Visual Effects by

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Francisco Ohem ... digital effects

Camera and Electrical Department

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Gustavo Aguilar ... grip
Luis Enrique Aguilar ... grip
Felipe Contreras ... grip
Humberto Maldonado ... gaffer
Oscar Ortega ... gaffer
Julio C. Padilla ... gaffer (as Julio Padilla)
Jovani Rod ... grip

Other crew

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Juan Alcantara ... animal trainer
Ilana Barron ... production assistant
Isaac Cherem ... production assistant
Andrea Malpica ... production assistant
Paulina Martinez ... production assistant
Alonso Mejía ... technical advisor
Ana Hilda Ramos ... production assistant
Alex Salinas ... production assistant / script supervisor
Maria Fernanda Sela ... production assistant
Azul Villagran ... production assistant

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Storyline

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Additional Details

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Also Known As
  • Nasty Stuff (United States)
Runtime
  • 29 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia This film was director Isaac Ezban's thesis project at film school in the Universidad Iberoamericana and was one of the biggest and must ambitious thesis projects ever made in the history of that school. He spent almost two years working to get it done, fighting with everyone and everything to be able to make exactly the kind of film he wanted to make. His professors and thesis directors spent all this time telling him that his screenplay was too long and complicated to be made, but he insisted on doing it anyway, and in the end he surprised everyone with a film that had a much better quality than anyone had anticipated. Unfortunately, after the big success that the film had on its private screenings and film festivals, professors and thesis directors at film school still didn't approved it to be shown on the thesis film screenings at the Universidad Iberoamericana, arguing that Isaac Ezban had never listened to any of the comments of his professors while making his film and, therefore, it couldn't be considered to be presented for educational purposes. Due to his love for his school, Isaac Ezban was devastated by this decision, and still waits for the day when they'll let him present his film at his former school. See more »

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