In the middle of a city facing a new century, a group of friends between the ages of 15 and 18 live out the adventures, deceptions and anxiety of "The First Night."

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Florencio Almazán ...
Hombre que muere
Judith Arciniega ...
Mamá de Sergio
Marta Aura ...
Mamá del Gordo
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Mamá de Bruno
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Chavo golpeado
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Sergio
Berenice Camacho ...
Mujer Golpeada
Mónica Cano ...
Amiga de Mónica
Javier Carranza ...
Vampiro
Yadhira Carrillo ...
La prima
Julio Casado ...
Gordo (Fatso)
Patricio Castillo ...
Don Nacho
Paul Choza ...
Pachuco
Carlos Coronado ...
Bulldog
Luis Cárdenas ...
Papá de Mariana
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In the middle of a city facing a new century, a group of friends between the ages of 15 and 18 live out the adventures, deceptions and anxiety of "The First Night." Written by Marcos Eduardo Acosta Aldrete

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¿Cuál es el misterio que encierra esa primera experiencia?

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27 March 1998 (Mexico)  »

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El despertar  »

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You´d wish the sun hadn´t put down that day!
1 February 2001 | by (Monterrey, Mexico) – See all my reviews

Silly? No... silly implies "cuteness". Stupid...? That´s it: STUPID.

There´s no better word to describe this movie.

Why? First of all... The dialogues. So very, very, very fake. I even feel offended by the way teens are looked in this "story". It isn´t that I talk in a "Dawsonian" way, but, come on! I know and use words with more that two syllables (is that how you spell syllable?).

Second: the acting. Ouch! Those fake postures, gestures, phrases, etc. My God! Didn´t they traine... sorry... practise at all?

Third: the photography. I don´t know about you, but when watching certain scenes, even walking looked funny.

Fourth... fourth? There isn´t any fourth. The movie didn´t had that much! (Well, that is if you don´t count that TOTALLY made-up bathroom, I mean... the art director should have taken notice of how a REAL bathroom looks like).

Anyway. It feels good to know Mexican cinema is slowly working and taking its way out of oblivion... but, please... don´t take this movie as an example of its come back!


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