This is an amazing Mexican comedy that through five stories and five different drugs, all in a colorful and psychedelic environment, gives viewers information about the type, effect and consequences of the drugs that are cited.
The film also takes the opportunity to warn about situations in which these substances can be used to sexually abuse someone.
It is undoubtedly an amazing film with a very interesting script that addresses important issues like addiction, discrimination, bullying and diversity.
This movie raises the indissoluble link between politics and drug trafficking. Through the use of irony, the film uses such a situation in a place of the north of Mexico, devastated by irrational violence, extensive corruption and economic crisis.
The panorama is heartbreaking and without prospects of exit: skepticism reigns. "Nothing to celebrate," said graffiti on the poster of the film at the foot of the poster of Mexico alluding to the Mexican bicentennial, at which time it was announced. Nothing to celebrate, except that a film so brutal, so fiercely violent and so overflowing would operate the effect of a catharsis.
This is one of the worst movies I have ever seen, although it is not that much could be expected, taking into account that their main jokes are based on the names of their protagonists - Leo and April, played by Cristian de la Fuente and Ilithya Manzanilla, one of the worst Mexican actresses of all time
Las Aparicio, does not have a good script, the movie is boring and the actresses lost all the essence of what they were in the soap opera, the only thing they have in common with the original series is the name.
Manolo Caro unfolds fluidly in the direction of his story. He knows where to take the viewer and how to tell his story.
A necessary film that can show that Mexican cinema does not depend on comedies with situations and gross jokes, soap actors who are only there because of the impact they have on the audience
She is Ramona is not an intense and philosophical film, on the contrary, it is light and perfect for a Sunday in which you want to relax and see happy things, but with a message. Here, the message is clear: "Everyone receives what he deserves" ... or what he has sown. This is despite the fact that we say it very frequently, it is important to remember it because many times we are trying to make people feel that extra kilos are worth less and that this is the cause of our "bad luck", but it is not so and here we can see to karma functioning in all its splendor.
I love all Almodovar films, but this one in particular is amazing
Loved the story...
Almodovar's film captures the way life is reflected in art in ways that only a master filmmaker could possibly even attempt