Santo Luzbel (1996)

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22 September 2011 | pv61
Great ethnographic value!
This movie, despite whatever people think of it, has an enormous value for several reasons, and one is that shows traditions and customs in forgotten areas of Mexico, that we need to witness since we don't live there, and some of them might no longer exist. Like ANIMAS TRUJANO, EL INDIO, etc. This movies are like time capsules and when we open them, we can actually watch the way some of those small town live and carry their traditions. What I loved most of this was the dialog in náhuatl. The portray of good vs. evil being represented by the Angels and the Devil, trans-ponds from the ''pastorela'' to the real life. The church and its hunger for power and control, the difference of opinion between the old and the young priests, everything has a reason and is well executed. Even racism peeks through the lines there...

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Drama

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Release Date:

8 November 1996

Language

Spanish, Nahuatl


Country of Origin

Mexico

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