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Héctor Bonilla ...
Aquiles
Manuel Ojeda ...
Francisco
Rodolfo Chávez Martínez ...
Aaron
Armando Martín ...
Jorge (as Armando Martin Martinez)
Narciso Busquets ...
Don Pablo
Marilú Elízaga ...
Doña Herlinda
Farnesio de Bernal ...
Adolfo
César Bono ...
Virgilio
Ernesto Bañuelos ...
Rolando (as Ernesto Banuelos)
Evangelina Martínez ...
Doña Carmen, mamá de Aaron
Gaby Sosa ...
Carmelita, hermana de Aaron (as niña Gaby Sosa)
Magnolia Rivas ...
Ana Rosa
Marco Antonio del Prado ...
Agente policia
Emma Roldán ...
Dueña Muebles
Fernando Pinkus ...
Chofer de Camión
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Asalto en la basílica  »

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Unromantic, Coming-of-Age Thriller!
22 May 2009 | by See all my reviews

Matinée (1977) starts its audience off in a cleverly misleading, deliberately low-key manner, but soon sets up a noirish situation for two young boys that cleverly utilizes many believable twists and surprises to build towards both the expected high voltage climax (which itself has one really amazingly credible moment when it seems the vicious, hard-luck gangster has been caught by an alert detective) and a most unexpected, yet natural and character-consistent fade-out. The acting of both the young stars (and in fact, the whole cast, with a special pat on the back for Farnesio de Bernal) is commendably realistic. Writer/director Jaime Humberto Hermosillo never puts a foot wrong either in his vividly powerful, cleverly characterized screenplay or his consistently astute direction with its eye-opening use of real Mexican locations.


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