- Original title
- Running time
- 63 min.
Jacob Secher Schulsinger
Nicolás Pereda, Jacob Secher Schulsinger
Manuel Jiménez Frayre,
Iván Reyes Mundo,
Alfredo H. de León,
Víctor Adam Torres Castillo,
Co-production Mexico-Denmark; Interior13 Cine / DOX:LAB / CPH:DOX / Seher, Schulsinger
Drama | Mexican Revolution
- Synopsis / Plot
- Through a series of casting sessions, reconstructions and improvised scenes, the film tells the story of three young men who in vain try to join the Mexican revolution in 1910, and get lost in the desert north of Mexico. On their journey, they face each other's fears, their unrealistic dreams and hopes, and, not least, today's stereotypical depiction of Mexico's revolutionary past. Killing Strangers charts how the glorious creation myths that all nations tell about themselves are created and reproduced in a process that involves the imagination of its citizens.
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