¿What would you do if the worst day of your life was worse than you remember? El día que me perdí tells Xochil's journey, a woman who dares to dive into her past to find herself, opening the doors of a world she thought forgotten.
Director: @MichZurita (Real name Cristian Michel Zurita Bautista) MEXICO CITY, 02/26/1980 Director, photographer and screenwriter. He studied Communication at the Universidad del Valle de México and took the Narrative and Screenplay diplomas at CUEC, and Film at the Mexican Association of Independent Filmmakers AMCI. Under his own script, Mich Zurita makes his debut in the fiction feature film with the direction of: El día que me perdí / 2019, a debut that he also photographs, an independent film produced through his company, Signo de Gato Films, dedicated to the production on video. The story set in the 90s, is based on childhood experiences and fiction, a suspenseful drama that deals with Xochil (Alicia Quiñones), a girl who, in search of herself after a love breakup, immerses herself in the past marked by gender violence within the home. In this regard, the director comments: "I looked for a way to shout my tiredness at the situation we live in, the fear of not being able to take care of the people I love and the impotence of not being able to do something for all the people who suffer from it." The cast is made up: Carolina Rocha, Alejandro Belmonte, Eduardo Tanús, Julia Marco, the child actors: Ana Sofía González and Kaarlo Isaacs Barria, and the first actress María Rojo, who returns to the cinema in a special performance.