What inspired you to come up with the idea for the film?
This question: How far can get the love of a mother?
How do you relate to your characters or subjects?
I have a son and I understand the power of a father to a son, I can not imagine the power of a mother’s
What aspect of the story changed the most during writing and production?
Initially the issue of illegal migration of Mexicans to the United States was present in history. In the end I
found the story was something else.
What influenced the visual style of your film?
I love music videos, and maybe that’s the most powerful visual influence in this film.
What was the most courageous decision you or your crew made during writing and production?
during production: shoot the film in one day (hahahaha).
Were there any risks that you faced during writing/production and how did you find a way to
It was much work for one day of production, so the only way was to successfully complete was an
exhaustive planning. Shooting list, templates, storyboard.
What risks does your story take?
The message: the character of the mother makes a decision that may seem exaggerated at first glance
but I think we should think twice before considering so.
How would you encourage others to tell their story or manage through the process of screen
writing or film producing?
Be honest with yourself. Seek the truth of history above all and never stop working, in the end every
project is part of a personal process.