- SKU: 21565698
- Release Date: 07/16/2013
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Fans of man-eating midgets, incompetent criminals, and violent ex-luchadors will find plenty to cheer about in director Alejandro Lozano's vibrant and comedic thriller that was awarded "Favorite Movie," "Favorite Actor," and "Most Bizarre Sex Scene" at Mexico's 2006 MTV Movie Awards. Oscar Cabos is a wealthy entrepreneur who is well known for his violent temper. When two men kidnap the unconscious Oscar as another team of criminals embark on their own quest to capture the despised millionaire, the chaos that erupts leads all involved on a wild chase through the streets of Mexico City. Highly stylized and endlessly energetic, Lozano's non-stop joy ride is certain to appeal to Quentin Tarantino fans and lovers of extreme international cinema alike. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
The Black Pimpernel
Ulf Hultberg's The Black Pimpernel hearkens back to the autumn of 1973. On September 11 of that year, a military coup overthrew Salvador Allende with the full support and backing of the U.S. The said events are well-known by U.S. audiences, but the remainder of the story rests on an obscure footnote seldom discussed in North America. Out of the ashes arose a hero for all time: Harald Edelstam (Michael Nyqvist), a man nicknamed "The Black Pimpernel" for his courageous efforts saving resistance fighters during the Second World War. When Edelstam learned of the mass tortures wrought by Augusto Pinochet's men at a Santiago sports stadium, he immediately began to fear for the surrounding populace and sliced through all accepted diplomatic and logistical protocol to offer protection to both the Swedish and Cuban embassies, much to the consternation of numerous diplomats in Chile and the Swedish government per se. With The Black Pimpernel, Nyqvist dramatizes Edelstam's incredible tale. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi
My Life Inside
A controversial court case involving an illegal immigrant and the death of a young child is examined in this documentary by filmmaker Lucia Gaja. Rosa Estela Olvera was born and raised in Ecatepec, a suburb of Mexico City, and in 1999, when she was just seventeen years old, Rosa decided to quit school and cross the border into the United States in search of work. Rosa ended up in Austin, Texas, where she met Fidel Juarez; Rosa and Fidel fell in love and were soon married. After having a baby, Rosa began picking up work as a babysitter, and soon had a number of regular customers who appreciated her gentle and considerate handling of children. However, after looking after Bryan Gutierrez, a boy less than two years old, Rose was charged with murder when the child was found dead with a lump of paper towel stuck in its throat. Rosa was found guilty and sentenced to 99 years in prison, but in Mi Vida Dentro (aka My Life Inside), Gaja examines the evidence and suggests that Rosa's race and immigration status may have a great deal to do with the verdict and than an innocent woman has been convicted of a crime she did not commit. My Life Inside received its North American premiere at the 2008 Tribeca Film Festival. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
Naufragos de San Blas
Cast & Crew
- Tony Dalton
- Rocío Verdejo
- Raul Mendez
- Joaquin Cosio
- Gustavo Sánchez Parra