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Tiburoneros (1963)

Aurelio is a shark fisherman who works on the coast of Tabasco, Mexico. He works hard and sends money to his wife and children that live in Mexico City. He seems very happy in the coast --... See full summary »

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Luis Alcoriza

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Luis Alcoriza (story and adaptation)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Julio Aldama ... Aurelio Gómez
Dacia González Dacia González ... Manela
Tito Junco ... Don Raúl
Amanda del Llano Amanda del Llano ... Adela
Noé Murayama ... Román
Alfredo Varela Alfredo Varela ... Chilo
Eric del Castillo ... El Costeño
Enrique Lucero ... Rubén
Aurora Clavel ... Esposa de Rubén
Conchita Gentil Arcos ... Madre de Aurelio
David del Carpio David del Carpio ... Pigua
Mario Zebadúa 'Colocho Mario Zebadúa 'Colocho ... El Tuerto (as Colocho)
Amado Zumaya Amado Zumaya ... Rodolfo
Irma Serrano ... Rosa
Sadi Dupeyrón Sadi Dupeyrón ... Pedro (as Sadi Dupeiron)
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Aurelio is a shark fisherman who works on the coast of Tabasco, Mexico. He works hard and sends money to his wife and children that live in Mexico City. He seems very happy in the coast --he even has a romance with a native girl-- although he misses his family. One day he decides to go back to Mexico City where his brother in law is waiting to invite him into a busines. Written by J.C. Lelo de Larrea <legos@mailer.data.net.mx>

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Country:

Mexico

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

23 May 1963 (Mexico) See more »

Also Known As:

Haifischfänger See more »

Filming Locations:

Frontera, Tabasco, Mexico See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Splendid film about the sea
27 March 2003 | by a_pleno_solSee all my reviews

It's very important to tell this movie filmed in Mexico with beautiful scenes in Tabasco likes all the people who begins to see. An excellent cast with mexican actors, a well-crafted script and an extraordinary use of Black & White, add up to one of the great movies in all times.

There is a great moment captured by the cameras: the friendship between fishers from that mexican town and their love for the sea. It gives to you a desire: travel to Mexico...


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