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Jonás Cuarón

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Jonás Cuarón is a Mexican film director, screenwriter, producer, editor and cinematographer. He is the son of filmmaker Alfonso Cuarón.

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The new Mexican film  Desierto , stars Gael García Bernal as Moisés, part of a group of migrant workers attempting to cross the border into the United States.

Jonás Cuarón and Gael García Bernal on 'Desierto'

The new Mexican film Desierto , stars Gael García Bernal as Moisés, part of a group of migrant workers attempting to cross the border into the United States.

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Hundreds of migrants die each year crossing the border between Mexico and the United States. Many die of exposure in the brutal desert heat, some drown in the Rio Grande.

Desierto: A political horror film

Hundreds of migrants die each year crossing the border between Mexico and the United States. Many die of exposure in the brutal desert heat, some drown in the Rio Grande.

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