Between Sea and Land

NAME OF FILM: BETWEEN SEA AND LAND

DIRECTOR(S): Manolo Cruz, Carlos del Castillo

STARRING: Manolo Cruz, Vicky Hernandéz, Viviana Serna, Jorge Cao, Mile Vergara, Javier Sáenz

GENRE: Drama Film

SYNOPSIS: Alberto, who suffers from an illness that binds him into a body that doesn’t obey him, lives with his loving mom, who dedicates her life to him. His sickness impedes him from achieving his greatest dream of knowing the sea, despite one being located just across the street.

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