- SKU: 8551925
- Release Date: 10/16/2007
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- Spoken in Spanish and Nahuatl with English subtitles
- Featurette with cast and crew interviews
- Deleted scenes
- Director's commentary
In this historical drama from Mexico, Damian Delgado plays Topilzin, a writer and the illegitimate son of Montezuma, who finds himself at odds with his nation's new leadership after Tenocchititlan's rule is put down by the Spanish Army in 1520. Topilzin refuses to adopt the new state-imposed religion and, after narrowly avoiding arrest following an incident in which he throws a rock at a friar, he's turned over to the police by his brother, and arrested in the presence of Hernando Cortes (Inaki Aierra) and his lover, Tecuichpo (Elpidia Carrillo), the daughter of Montezuma. Thanks to the pleas of Cortes and Tecuichpo, Topilzin's life is spared, and instead he is flogged in public by Capt. Quijano (Honorato Magaloni). After his punishment and an ensuing spiritual epiphany, Topilzin gives up his career as an author to become a monk, and he joins an order led by Fray Diego (Jose Carlos Rodriguez), the friar he once attacked. La Otra Conquista proved to be a big box-office success in Mexico, enjoying the biggest opening weekend of any Mexican film in history on its home turf. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
Cast & Crew
- Damian Delgado - Topiltzin/Tomas
- Jose Carlos Rodriguez - Fray Diego de La Coruna
- Elpidia Carrillo - Tecuichpo/Dona Isabel
- Inaki Aierra - Hernando Cortes
- Honorato Magaloni - Christobol Quijano