- SKU: 9576372
- Release Date: 11/17/2009
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This minimalist Mexican romantic comedy offers the premise that affairs of the heart are dictated by the full moon. Under the lunar lumniscence, George Negrete and Raquel Rojas meet. It is love at first sight, but the ardor cools whenever the cycles of the moon fluctuate. All turns out well in the end, but not without a few emotional "blackouts". Regionally distributed in the US upon its first release, When the Stars Travel occasionally resurfaces on Spanish-language cable TV. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
Mexican singing star Jorge Negrete essays the title role in El Rebelde. When his father is murdered, young Negrete vows revenge against society. Intending to get even with the wealthy rancher responsible for his father's death, Negrete poses as the music teacher of the rancher's pretty daughter Maria Elena Marques. Falling in love with the girl, our hero decides to mend his ways, but is still obliged to kidnap the heroine before her father will consent to their marriage. There's a strong possibility that no one intended El Rebelde to be taken seriously. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
Cast & Crew
- Ángel Garasa
- Jorge Negrete
- Joaquin Pardave
- Domingo Soler