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Tepu

Mexico, 1995 (MIFF 1996, Documentary)

Director: Juan Francisco Urrusti

Tepu a hermit like Indian wise man returns to Mexico City where the gringos and the half breeds have made it sick. Can it be healed and is he the one to do it? (TH)

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