Fernando Kalife

Writer and director of '7 Dias'

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Writer and director of 7 Dias, a feature film about a small-time music promoter trying to bring U2 to his town in Mexico. If he doesn't, it could cost him his life. Fernando made the film without U2's involvement and if he couldn't convince the band to OK the movie, it could have cost him his career!

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