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México, México, ra ra ra (1976)

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Héctor Suárez ...
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Abel Woolrich
Adolfo G. Rivera
Adrian Castell
Alfredo Rosas
Alma Delfina ...
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Ana Ofelia Murguía
Ángel Casarín
Angelina Cruz
Antonio Lopez
Blas García
Carlos Romano
Ernesto Domínguez
Esteban Escarcega
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4 February 1976 (Mexico)  »

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Is right-on! It touches the pulse and rings of truth of modern urban mess
15 August 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It reflects the realities of the urban ecosystem where ignorant people cause social problems. One of the actors, Hector Suarez, later appeared in other similar movies where he critiques the system that humans have created--rich vs. poor, bad choices, poverty, lack of jobs, erosion of human rights, corruption, etc.

This one is special in that the title captures a well-known Mexican cheer: "...rah, rah, rah" chant is ironically twisted to reflect the actual, poor state of condition the country is in. Corrupt politicians, ignorant country folk who reject condoms and other sex health education in public schools, poverty, birth control, overpopulation, abuse, all these topics are covered in a way that really hits home.


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