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A teenager performs the ancestral folkloric ballet of the Northwest of Mexico where a deer flees from its hunter who requires his divine flesh to transcend from the filth of the world.

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Director Biography

Hiram González was born on July 7, 1978, Sonora, México. His interest in film starts, begins at the age of 11 years old, writing and directing small skits. In the year 2000 he participated in several cinematographic exhibitions. He is currently a Communication teacher in Mexico. His objective is to demonstrate that the students can be committed to take care of themselves, improving the environment in which they live, so that family members, friends and society as a whole, can develop their most precious dreams. Likewise, for all the people of the world.

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Director Statement

Mazocahui, is a town in Sonora. It means "Mountain Range Deer" in the native language of that place. A beautiful stay, located in the Northwest of Mexico. On the other hand, Mazoyiwua means "Deer Dance" in the indigenous language of the Yaqui tribe of this same State of Sonora. As the native director of this region, I decided to merge one of the oldest folk ballets of the American continent in this magical territory. Each sequence of images represents the essence of our ancestors. And each musical sound and original song of the Yaqui tribe for this film, exalts the life that they have left us.