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Dona Herlinda and Her Son (1985)

Doña Herlinda y su hijo (original title)
Unrated | | Comedy, Drama, Romance | 4 April 1986 (USA)
Rodolfo (Trevino) is a young bachelor doctor who has a love affair with a younger music student, Ramon (Meza). When Rodolfo's mother begins to urge his son to get married, he quickly asks ... See full summary »
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Arturo Meza ...
Ramón
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Rodolfo (as Marco Antonio Treviño)
Guadalupe Del Toro ...
Letícia Lupercio ...
Olga
Josefina González
Lucha Villa ...
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Guillermina Alba ...
Billy
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Rodolfo (Trevino) is a young bachelor doctor who has a love affair with a younger music student, Ramon (Meza). When Rodolfo's mother begins to urge his son to get married, he quickly asks modern and open-mind Olga (Lupercio) to become his wife. Ramon is heart-broken, but Dona Herlinda (del Toro) has the final solution to make everybody happy: She asks Ramon to live with her, near by Rodolfo and Olga. Everybody together forever. Written by Maximiliano Maza <mmaza@campus.mty.itesm.mx>

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

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Guadalupe del Toro was offered the role of Dona Herlinda in exchange for helping finance the movie. See more »

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A perfect description of latin attitude/hypocrisies towards male homosexuality
29 September 1998 | by (Milano, Italy) – See all my reviews

The movie is very funny and involving, but more than that. Showing how prehistorical and hypocrite may be the latin countries' attitude towards an effective, and paradoxical, way to cope with it. All winners and no loser. And -as in the real wold- the most "macho" of the characters appears to be the most passive one...


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