The Tiniest Place (El Lugar Más Pequeño)
Friday, August 19 - Thursday, August 25, 2011
Part of DocuWeeks
This is a story about mankind’s ability to arise, to rebuild and reinvent itself after surviving a tragedy. It is also a story about a people that have learned to live with their sorrow; of an annihilated town that re-emerges through the strength and deep love of its inhabitants for the land and the people. A tiny place nestled in the mountains amidst the humid Salvadorian jungle.
- Country Mexico, El Salvador
- Language Spanish
- Rating NR
- Running Time 104 minutes
- Website http://tiniestplace.weebly.com/
- Director Tatiana Huezo
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