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La Ciudad (The City) (1998)

 -  Drama  -  7 July 2000 (Spain)
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The stories of four Hispanic immigrants living in New York City.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Anthony Rivera ...
The Boy
Joseph Rigano ...
The Contractor
Miguel Maldonado ...
The Organizer
Ricardo Cuevas ...
Man
Moisés García ...
Man
Marcos Martínez García ...
Man
Mateo Gómez ...
Man
Cezar Monzón ...
Man
Harsh Nayyar ...
Man
Fernando Reyes ...
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Víctor Sierra ...
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Carlos Torrentes ...
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Cipriano García ...
Francisco, the Young Man
Leticia Herrera ...
Maria, the Young Woman
José Rabelo ...
Luis - The Father
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The stories of four Hispanic immigrants living in New York City.

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7 July 2000 (Spain)  »

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The City  »

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Opening Weekend:

$11,443 (USA) (22 October 1999)

Gross:

$239,074 (USA) (12 May 2000)
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See this film!!!!
8 May 2000 | by (St Louis) – See all my reviews

The City is one of the most important (and true) American films yet. David Riker has found the key to perfection in non-sensationalism. He has told the rarely told truth of one of our most glamourized cities. His passion for these people shows. The courage he displays by making this film the way he wanted to, in Spanish, intensifies the beautifully filmed, emotionally moving scenes. David Riker is my hero! He is the most non-sold out director I've found. If you have the chance, SEE THIS FILM!


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