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A Culture Immersed in Fire and Family

Director Patrick Fileti’s Inferno is a stunning exploration of a

Mexican village facing death on a daily basis. Shot in collaboration

with Roma Cinematographer Galo Olivares, the film captures a

culture immersed in tradition, fire, and family.

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