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Filmmaker Dariela Ludlow allows us a glimpse into a few days in the lives of her grandparents in this documentary. 97-year-old Emeterio Deloya and his wife Carmen Cortes Deloya, thirteen years his junior, share a small apartment overlooking the coast of Acapulco. Emeterio and Carmen are old enough to be aware they can't count on the distant future, but they regard their situation with a lively good humor, and they look forward to celebrating the new year, since that's when their children and grandchildren visit each year. Emeterio seems livelier in his later years than Carmen, who is having trouble with her health, but both still have plenty to say to one another over the course of a busy day, and Un Dia Monos (aka One Day Less) captures them going through their daily routine as they enjoy their time together and remind each other while they're still together after so many years. One Day Less was an official selection at the 2010 Los Angeles Film Festival.