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Cada Vez Que Me Acuerdo, Me Olvido

When Rosa, a Colombian girl, starts taking care of María, a Spanish old lady that suffers from Alzheimer, a special relationship begins. The old lady keeps going back to her childhood during the Spanish civil war and Rosa, who comes from a country at war, soon understands the old lady better than her own daughter.
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Copyright © 2011 Laura González

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Previous screenings

6 Dec – 10 Dec | Habana, Cuba
Festival Cinematográfico Internacional del Uruguay | 2012
29 Mar – 8 Apr | Uruguay
Rencontres du Cinéma Sud-Américaine de Marseille | 2012
10 Apr – 17 Apr | Marseille, France
International Immigration Symposium International Short Film Competition | 2012
11 May – 13 May | Gaziantep, Turkey
Festival Internacional de Cortometrajes del Uruguay | 2012
29 Jun – 1 Jul | Montevideo, Uruguay
San Francisco Latino Film Festival | 2012
13 Sep – 14 Sep | San Francisco, United States
International Crime and Punishment Film Festival
27 Sep – 4 Oct | Istanbul, Turkey
10 Jan – 12 Jan | La Pedrera, Uruguay
2 Oct – 6 Oct | Providence, United States
15 Nov – 24 Nov | London, United Kingdom

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