Director: Isaac Ezban. Writer: Isaac Ezban. Best Of Different, weird, enjoyable flicks. Must Watch-Foreign language. Share this Rating Title: The Incident 6. Use the HTML below. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Carlos Erick Trinidad Camacho Juan Santiago Mendoza Cortes Groom Enrique Mendoza Camila Marcos Moreno Nailea Norvind Oliver Gabriel Santoyo Edit Storyline Two parallel stories about characters trapped in illogical endless spaces: two brothers and a detective locked on an infinite staircase, and a family locked on an infinite road - for a very long time.
Taglines: The only way out is to keep going.
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Edit Details Country: Mexico. Language: Spanish. Runtime: min. Color: Color. Edit Did You Know? Trivia When actor Fernando Alvarez Rebeil who plays Oliver in the film did the scene where he begs for help near his wounded brother Carlos, director Isaac Ezban approached him after the end of that day to congratulate him and tell him he had surprised him enough to take him to the verge of tears.
Quotes Roberto : We're lost on an infinite road that runs both ways Add the first question.
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Each user configures notification rules in their user profile. PagerDuty contacts users according to their notification rules until the incident is acknowledged, resolved, or escalated, either manually or due to escalation timeout. Notifications provide a way for responders to acknowledge that they're working on an incident or it's been resolved. Depending on a user's permissions, it's also possible for users who are not currently assigned to an incident to acknowledge or resolve an incident on the Incidents dashboard in the web UI. For services using alerts, it is important to note that alerts cannot be acknowledged, only triggered or resolved.
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Resolving an incident closes the incident, while acknowledging only halts escalation. If the incident is not resolved before the end of the service's acknowledgement timeout, it re-triggers and continues to escalate.
Manually resolving an incident in the web UI will prompt a confirmation box with a final Resolve Incident button. The Resolution Note appears in the notes section of the incident. Services can also be configured to automatically resolve incidents using the Incident Auto-Resolution option.
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