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Ana and Bruno (Ana y Bruno)
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Ana and Bruno (Ana y Bruno)

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The story tells the story of a unique adventure played by a small animation girl. This adventure begins with a new mission by the little girl, as it is a mobile adventure. Perhaps this adventure may be aimed at finding the girl's father to help save her troubled mother, where there may be many obstacles and events facing the little girl while looking for her father.
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Cine Vértigo
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October 18, 2018

"The exciting and genuinely emotional Griffithian ending manages to tie all the loose ends".
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Cinegarage
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September 04, 2018

Ana and Bruno is well-rounded, proactive and expertly constructed. [Full Review in Spanish]
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Excelsior
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November 27, 2018

The quality is evident, the characters connect immediately with the viewer and the story treats the children as what they are, intelligent children capable of understanding any type of subject, such as loss, illness or death. [Full review in Spanish]
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Letras Libres
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August 31, 2018

Mexican filmmaker, Carlos Carrera, takes the risk in this dark and melancholy animated feature, which is at the height of the best that is done in the genre. [Full Review in Spanish]
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Vanguardia (Mexico)
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November 05, 2018

The tone is strange and inconsistent. [Full Review in Spanish]
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Cine Premiere
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August 31, 2018

The director of The Crime of Father Amaro, Ana and Bruno is a breath of hope for animated films in Mexico and one of the most human animated national films of recent years. [Full Review in Spanish]
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