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Viaje Redondo (2009)

 |  Drama  |  1 April 2011 (Mexico)
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Fernanda and Lucia are two girls from different social backgrounds but they travel the same road hoping to reconnect with the ones they love. But the road will teach each of them more than they bargained for.

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Gina Morett
Octavio Castro
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Lucia is a Mexican girl from a poor town who sets her mind to cross the border to The United States to find her son's father who she hasn't heard from in years. On the road she meets Fernanda, a high middle class girl that has unresolved issues with her ex-boyfriend and is willing to travel hundreds of miles to resolve them once and for all. Lucia and Fernanda are two girls from two very different social backgrounds, yet they travel the same road hoping to reconnect with the men they love. But it seems destiny has brought them together in their individual quests to share a path, to know each other and to know themselves a little better and discover if happiness is at their destinations. Written by William Linares

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Life's roads are not what we expect.
18 September 2014 | by (Movie Paradise) – See all my reviews

Lucia (Teresa Ruiz) is a Mexican girl from a poor town who sets her mind to cross the border to The United States to find her son's father who she hasn't heard from in years. On the road she meets Fernanda (Cassandra Ciangherotti), a high middle class girl that has unresolved issues with her ex-boyfriend and is willing to travel hundreds of miles to resolve them once and for all. But the road have a few surprises for them as they will discover each other and themselves in ways that none of them thought possible.

This movie works incredibly because the two main actresses are very good and very believable. You can identify with what these girls are going thru which is at the end happiness as they perceived it to be with their men.

The twists are very good, and there's a little bit of comedy and drama, but most of all realism. Realism because you see the two sides of the coin when it comes to economic background that at the end plays no part in real happiness.

Viaje Redondo is a comedy that dares to go beyond the standards and talk about failed marriages, failed relationship, the lengths people will go to cross the border, and much more.

Very well directed, photographed, acted this is truly a Mexican Film Gem you cannot miss.


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