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Miss Tacuarembó  (2010)

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The movie Miss Tacuarembó, released in 2010 and directed by Martín Sastre, was shot on digital using Red One Camera and Cooke miniS4/i 100mm T2.8 Lens, Cooke miniS4/i 18mm T2.8 Lens, Cooke miniS4/i 25mm T2.8 Lens, Cooke miniS4/i 32mm T2.8 Lens, Cooke miniS4/i 50mm T2.8 Lens, Cooke miniS4/i 75mm T2.8 Lens, Cooke miniS4/i Lenses with Pedro Luque as cinematographer and editing by Sebastián Dubé.
Directed by | Martín Sastre
Cinematography by | Pedro Luque
Edited by | Sebastián Dubé
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Natalia Prato 'Cristal' / Cándida López
Haydeé Prato
Jesus Christ
Patricia Peinado
Father Clever
Herself - Cristal
María Noel López
María José López
Little Natalia Prato
Little Carlos
Sister Leonor
Luis Alfredo Aka Enrique - Saint Expeditus
Miss Gloria Marlene Coitiño
Little María Noel López
Little María José López
Odette Rothschild
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Original Music by
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Key Grip: Argentina
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Film Recording
Digital Compositor
Sound Department
Boom Operator
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Extras Casting
Makeup Department
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Music Department
Composer: Theme Music
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Legal Advisor
Script Supervisor
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