Me la debes

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Me la debes
Directed by Carlos Cuarón
Produced by Carlos Cuarón
Alfonso Cuarón
Jorge Vergara
Written by Carlos Cuarón
Starring Eduarda Gurrolla
Marco Pérez
Fernando Becerril
Paloma Woolrich
Cinematography Alexis Zabe
Edited by Sebastián Garza
Release date(s) 2001
Running time 12 min.
Language Spanish

Me la debes (rough English translation: You owe me one) is a 2001 Mexican short film produced by Producciones Anhelo, and directed by Carlos Cuarón. The film is a sex farce, satirizing the religious beliefs and sexuality of a Mexican middle-class family.

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