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DOCUMENTARY SHORT | 19 MIN | 2002

ALL WATER HAS A PERFECT MEMORY

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An experimental documentary about a family's loss of a child and the struggle between remembranc and fogetting. The film explores the cultural differences between a North American mother and a Mexican father in the face of death.

Film Information
Year: 2001
Length: 19 minutes
Language: Spanish, English
Country: USA
Premiere: Unknown
Cast & Credits
About the Director(s)
Born in Mexico and raised between Mexico and the U.S., Natalia Almada received her MFA at the Rhode Island School of Design and works as a freelance filmmaker in New York City. Her documentary All Water Has a Perfect Memory screened at Sundance 2002, won Best Short Documentary at Tribeca 2002 and a gold plaque award at the Chicago International Film Festival. In 2005, she received a NYFA Artist’s Fellowship and two NYSCA film grants.

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