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We suspect the poster Moctezuma's first film inspired the poster for "Vertigo" (that poster is now in the public domain). 

Juan F. Moctezuma II's first film. While a projectionist at Cine Opera in Mexico City. He stole pieces from films that came through the theater and then cut them with bits of footage of his own to make this film. The short won him the award and led to his first studio film.

"Tiempo de morir (1959)" follows Dr. Augustin (played by Moctezuma himself) as he uses his time machine to travel back in time over and over again in an attempt to save his love, Saurina (Lisa), from the evil Don Juan Sayago (Miguel Nuñuez).
You've now found the staple t-shirt of your wardrobe. It's made of 100% ring-spun cotton and is soft and comfy. The double stitching on the neckline and sleeves add more durability to what is sure to be a favorite!

All profits go towards the making of "Where is Juan Moctezuma?"
This 17-ounce, double-walled stainless steel water bottle is perfect for your daily outings. It will keep your drink of choice hot or cold for hours. It also features an odor- and leak-proof cap. Throw it in your car's cup holder on your way to work, take it with you on hikes, or toss it in your bag for any time you get thirsty.

• High-grade stainless steel
• 17 oz (500 ml)
• Dimensions: 10.5″ × 2.85″ (27 × 7 cm)
• Vacuum flask
• Double-wall construction
• Bowling pin shape
• Glossy finish
• Odorless and leak-proof cap
• Insulated for hot and cold liquids (keeps the liquid hot or cold for 6 h)
• Patented ORCA coating for vibrant colors
• Hand-wash only
• Blank product sourced from China

Disclaimer: Keeping water in the bottle for over 24 hours is unhygienic and can result in an unpleasant smell.

"Tiempo de morir (1959)" - Stainless steel water bottle

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