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Mai Morire

Written and directed by Enrique Rivero

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Synopsis

Chayo returns to her hometown to care for her elderly mother and cope with her death. Surrounded by love and sublime beauty, Chayo has to give up something that as a woman and mother is inalienable. That will be the price of her freedom.



Casting

Margarita Saldaña

Amalia Salas

Juan Chirinos


Technical info

Original title: Mai Morire

aka: Never Die

Country: México

Release: 2012

Original language: Spanish

Length: 84 min

Category: Fiction

Genre: Drama

HD | Color | Aspect ratio 1:2.35


Crew

Directed by  Enrique Rivero

Written by  Enrique Rivero and Aleka Rivero

Producers Paola Herrera and Enrique Rivero

Coproduced by Gerardo Morán

Line Producer María Fernanda Galindo

General Coordinator Fernando Delgado

DoP Arnau Valls Colomer and Gerardo Barroso

Art Director Christopher Lagunes

Wardrobe Mara Bueno

Sound Recording Jose Miguel Enríquez

Editors Enrique Rivero and Javier Ruiz Caldera

Sound Design and Original Music Alejandro de Icaza

Postproduction Terminal


Company credits

Produced by Una Comunión

In coproduction with Zamora Films, Celuloide Films and Simplemente

With the support of Hubert Bals Fund from the IFF Rotterdam and

The Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC)

Filmed thanks to the tax incentive of the article 226 of ISR law (EFICINE México)


Awards

Rome International Film Festival  - World Premiere in International Competition 2012

Rome International Film Festival - Best Technical Contribution Award 2012

Huelva International Film Festival - Special Prize 2012

Huelva International Film Festival - “Radio Exterior de España” award to the film that better reflects the iberoamerican reality, 2012.

Huelva International Film Festival- Award to the film that better shows the solidarity, 2012.

Huelva International Film Festival - Best Film Award from the readers “Huelva Información”, 2012.

UNAM International Film Festival - “Ahora Mexico” Award. México, 2013

MOOOV - “The Canvas Award” for the Best Film. Belgium, 2013