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Sexo, pudor y lágrimas (1999) Poster

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It was the highest-grossing Mexican film of all time (at the Mexican box office), until it was surpassed by _El Crimen del padre Amaro (2002)_
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Stayed on movie theaters for 27 consecutive weeks.
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Shares two actors that later portrayed Cuban leader Fidel Castro in two different films: Víctor Huggo Martin in Fidel (2002) and Demián Bichir in Che: Part One (2008) and Che: Part Two (2008).
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Despite the six main character's appear together in one scene, Tomas and Maria never share a word.
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Aleks Syntek and Demián Bichir would work together again a year later in the Latin American dub of "The Road to El Dorado" (2000) voicing Miguel and Tulio respectevily.
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Based on a play written by Antonio Serrano who directed the film too.
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Tomas and Miguel are that only characters to appear completely naked.
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Mexican singer Aleks Syntek composed the music for the film and the film's official song "Sexo, Pudor y Lagrimas"
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Cameo: Miguel Galván as the orange truck driver. He worked with Eugenio Derbéz on the T.V. show "Derbez en Cuando" (1998).
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