Ah! Silenciosa (1999)

Mexico, USA,
16mm film, colour

A Mexican/American fantasy film directed by Marcos Cline-Márquez.

Plot Summary

A speculation on what may have become of author Ambrose Bierce, who mysteriously disappeared in Mexico during the 1913-1914 revolution, intercut with scenes from his short story An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge.

Credits

Crew
Director: Marcos Cline-Márquez
Suspended Disbelief Productions
Executive Producer: Patricia Márquez
Producer: Marcos Cline-Márquez
Short Stories: Marcos Cline-Márquez, Ambrose Bierce
Director of Photography: William Roland
Editor: Felipe Fenton
Music: William Richter
Sound: Alberto Tejada
Wardrobe: Agustin Armenta, Alma Rosa, Edith Galindo, Lourdes Castillo, Rosa Veloz
Make Up: Miriam García Gurrola, Tony Lerma
Set Constructor: Jorge Toca

Cast
Jim Beaver (Ambrose Bierce)
Ana Sobero (Andrea Dominguez)
Alberto Tejada (The Old Man)
Carlos Roberto Majul (Pancho Villa)
Ricardo Cárdenas (Juan Hernandez)
Lourdes Castillo (Mari)
‘Chico' Hernandez (Fierro)