Between Night and Day (2013)

Director
Bernardo Arellano

Main cast
Francisco Cruz; Arcelia Ramírez; Carmen Beato; Gabino Rodríguez; Joaquín Cosio

Genres
Drama

Description
Francisco, a man with autism resides secluded, ignored and locked away. He's a burden on his brothers, and decides to flee into the forest, where he befriends a rat.


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