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Award-winning filmmaker Paul Leduc (Frida; Reed: Insurgent Mexico; Barroco) directed this gritty musical drama about life in the ghettos of Mexico City during the 1980s. With a soundtrack of Mexican rock music, the camera takes the viewer through the streets, to rock concerts, and to the bars and clubs, where he exposes the hunger, repression, unhealthy conditions and violence in the marginal communities of Mexico s capital city.

The film costars Cecilia Toussaint who re-teamed with the director that same year for his critically acclaimed Frida.


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