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Deseos (1977)

| Drama, Fantasy, Musical
Snippets of a family drama involving a rebellious son coming to his depressing home village, his father, and a jaded ex-lover, mixed with various surrealist scenes and statements about sin.

Director:

Rafael Corkidi
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Cast

Cast overview:
Ernesto Gómez Cruz
Jorge Humberto Robles
Ana Luisa Peluffo
María de la Luz Zendejas María de la Luz Zendejas
Juan Barrón Juan Barrón
Gina Morett
Ana De Sade
Elpidia Carrillo ... (as Piya)
Angélica Chain Angélica Chain
Martin LaSalle
Aurora Clavel
Ana Iris Nolasco Ana Iris Nolasco
Sonia Rangel Sonia Rangel ... (as Zonia Rangel)
Federico González Federico González
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Snippets of a family drama involving a rebellious son coming to his depressing home village, his father, and a jaded ex-lover, mixed with various surrealist scenes and statements about sin.

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Drama | Fantasy | Musical

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Hideous movie...mexican surrealism at its worst.
10 October 2002 | by REVEREND_DOCTOR_LUVSee all my reviews

The inexplicable adventures of Timoteo Limon as he returns to his home town (that for some reason is some kind of post-apocalyptic barren land), Merceditas Toledo (a masturbating nun who wipes her ass over and over...) who takes a dump while timoteo´s father washes his body on a barrel.., Jesus is carried on his shroud trough some sort of cliff endless times. I could not figure out the rest of the simbolism it "transpires". In two words "mexican movie"


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Country:

Mexico

Language:

Spanish

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Conacite Dos See more »
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