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Y Tu Mamá También ()

Y tu mamá también (original title)
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In Mexico, two teenage boys and an attractive older woman embark on a road trip and learn a thing or two about life, friendship, sex, and each other.

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Narrator (voice)
Ana López Mercado ...
Ana Morelos
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Tenoch Iturbide
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Julio Zapata
Nathan Grinberg ...
Manuel Huerta
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María Eugenia Calles de Huerta
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Cecilia Huerta
Giselle Audirac ...
Nicole Bazaine
Arturo Ríos ...
Esteban Morelos
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Diego 'Saba' Madero
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Silvia Allende de Iturbide
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Miguel Iturbide
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Enriqueta 'Queta' Allende
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Luisa Cortés
Juan Carlos Remolina ...
Alejandro 'Jano' Montes de Oca
Liboria Rodríguez ...
Leodegaria 'Leo' Victoria
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Jesús 'Chuy' Carranza
Mayra Serbulo ...
Mabel Juárez de Carranza
Andrea López ...
Lucero Carranza
Amaury Sérbulo ...
Christian Carranza
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Jorge Vergara ...
President (uncredited)

Directed by

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Alfonso Cuarón

Written by

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Carlos Cuarón ... (written by)
 
Alfonso Cuarón ... (written by)

Produced by

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Sergio Aguero ... executive producer
Alfonso Cuarón ... producer
Amy Kaufman ... executive producer
David Linde ... executive producer
Kelly Miller ... production executive: Good Machine International
Sandra Solares ... line producer
Jorge Vergara ... producer

Cinematography by

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Emmanuel Lubezki ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Alfonso Cuarón
Alex Rodríguez

Editorial Department

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Manuel Billeter ... additional editor / post production supervisor
Silvia Garza Bermúdez ... assistant editor
David Gray ... assistant editor
Bryan McMahan ... colorist: mastering
James Nichols Jr. ... assistant editor
Mario Ontal ... assistant editor
Noelle Penraat ... negative cutter (as Noëlle Penraat)
Jeff Rath ... post production supervisor
Jennifer Ruff ... assistant editor
Kathy Thomson ... digital colorist

Casting By

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Manuel Teil

Production Design by

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Marc Bedia
Miguel Ángel Álvarez

Art Direction by

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Guillermo Cossío
Diana Quiroz
Miguel Ángel Álvarez

Set Decoration by

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Roberto Loera

Costume Design by

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Gabriela Diaque

Makeup Department

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Carlos Sánchez ... hair stylist / makeup artist

Production Management

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Dante Aguilar ... unit manager
Paloma Azul Nunez ... assistant unit manager
Marc Bedia ... production supervisor
Keary Jenkins ... production supervisor
Johannan Montedo ... assistant production manager
Eamon O'Farrill ... unit production manager
Sandra Solares ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Fernanda Arce ... assistant director
Manuel Hinojosa ... assistant director
Berenice Manjarrez Vericat ... assistant director (as Berenice Manjarrez)

Art Department

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Aurelia Alvarado ... art assistant
Alfonso Belmar ... art assistant
Ariel Chávez ... art assistant / assistant art director
Adalberto Flores ... art assistant
Regina Ginta ... assistant production designer (as Regina Cinta)
Valentina González ... art assistant
Carlos Hernández ... construction chief
Maria Carolina Larrosa ... artistic coordinator
Wenceslao Matus ... art assistant
Mily Moreno ... property master
Alfonso Rojas ... construction chief
Aristeo Ruiz ... art assistant
Óscar Tapia ... art assistant

Sound Department

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Marko A. Costanzo ... foley artist
Jesse Ehredt ... sound recordist
Tom Fleischman ... re-recording mixer
José Antonio García ... production sound mixer / sound
Ruy García ... sound designer
Michael Holmstrom ... sound
Frank Kern ... sound editor
Hal Levinsohn ... adr editor
Blake Leyh ... sound effects editor
Skip Lievsay ... re-recording mixer
Debora Lilavois ... assistant sound editor
Marissa Littlefield ... adr editor
Hugo Noriega Valencia ... sound assistant (as Hugo Noriega)
Philip Stockton ... sound supervisor (as Phil Stockton)
Lila Yomtoob ... appprentice sound editor
Felipe Zavala ... boom operator
Phillip Fuller ... sound mix technician (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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Salvador Servin ... special effects
Alejandro Vazquez ... special effects (as Alejandro Vázquez)

Camera and Electrical Department

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José Luis Araiza ... key grip
Fernando Coria Reyes ... electrician (as Fernando Coria)
Fernando Daza ... still photographer
Humberto Delgado ... grip
Javier Enríquez ... gaffer
Fernando Gutierrez ... loader
Juan Hernandez ... electrician
Arturo Hernández ... second assistant camera
Marco Antonio Huerta ... assistant camera
Fabián Monroy ... assistant camera / focus puller
Jesus Romero ... grip
Luis David Sansans ... assistant camera
Miguel Ángel Sánchez ... key grip

Casting Department

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César González ... extras coordinator
Oscar González ... assistant extras coordinator
Natalia Pollak ... extras coordinator

Music Department

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José Enrique Fernández ... music coordinator
Annette Fradera ... music supervisor
Camilo Lara ... music coordinator
Jonathan McHugh ... soundtrack executive producer
Liza Richardson ... music supervisor
Susan Shufro ... music editor

Other crew

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Tenoch Aguilar ... production assistant
Manuel Billeter ... translator
Maury Carvajal ... script supervisor (as Aurora Maria Carvajal)
Mariaelena Garcia ... production staff
Paul Garcia ... production assistant
Nuria García Atienza ... marketing (as Nuria Garcia Atienza)
Marga García ... marketing
Antonio Giménez ... marketing
Rodrigo Herranz ... production coordinator
María Luisa Herrera ... production staff
Mauricio Lule ... production assistant
Rocío Ortega ... animal wrangler
María Lourdes Pérez ... production staff
Evangelina Resendiz Montalvo ... on set doctor (as Evangelina Reséndiz)
Horacio Rodríguez ... production assistant
Jennifer Schaefer ... delivery supervisor: Los Angeles
Francisco Silva ... production assistant
Sally Steele ... film publicist
Mario P. Székely ... set publicist
Juan Uruchurtu ... production liaison
Dylan Verrechia ... office intern
Fabian Valdez ... production assistant (uncredited)

Thanks

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José Agustín ... special thanks
Simón Bross ... special thanks
Enrique Bunbury ... special thanks
Jonás Cuarón ... special thanks
Guillermo del Toro ... thanks
Steve Golin ... special thanks
Miho Hatori ... special thanks
Henry Holmes ... special thanks
Ted Hope ... special thanks
Alejandro G. Iñárritu ... special thanks (as Alejandro González Iñárritu)
Dean Lyras ... special thanks
Raul Olvera ... special thanks
Steve Rabineau ... special thanks
Timothy J. Sexton ... special thanks
Fernando Trueba ... special thanks

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

In Mexico City, late teen friends Tenoch Iturbide and Julio Zapata are feeling restless as their respective girlfriends are traveling together through Europe before they all begin the next phase of their lives at college. At a lavish family wedding, Tenoch and Julio meet Luisa Cortés, the twenty-something wife of Tenoch's cousin Jano, the two who have just moved to Mexico from Spain. Tenoch and Julio try to impress the beautiful Luisa by telling her that they will be taking a trip to the most beautiful secluded beach in Mexico called la Boca del Cielo (translated to Heaven's Mouth), the trip and the beach which in reality don't exist. When Luisa learns of Jano's latest marital indiscretion straight from the horse's mouth, she takes Tenoch and Julio's offer to go along on this road trip, meaning that Tenoch and Julio have to pull together quickly a road trip to a non-existent beach. They decide to head toward one suggested by their friend Saba, who seems a little confused himself of this beach's location. On the road trip, which ends up not being totally harmonious, the three go on a trip of discovery. For Luisa, she has to figure out what to do with her immediate future based on the news from Jano and a secret she is keeping. And Tenoch and Julio have to figure out what their friendship really means as they grow up. Written by Huggo

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Taglines La vida tiene sus maneras de enseñarnos. La vida tiene sus maneras de confundirnos. La vida tiene sus maneras de cambiarnos. La vida tiene sus maneras de asombrarnos. La vida tiene sus maneras de herirnos. La vida tiene sus maneras de curarnos. La vida tiene sus maneras de inspirarnos. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Y Tu Mamá También (World-wide, English title)
  • And Your Mother Too (Europe, English title)
  • And Your Mother Too (United States)
  • Y Tu Mamá También (United States)
  • And Your Mother Too (World-wide, English title)
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Runtime
  • 106 min
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Budget $2,000,000 (estimated)

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Trivia When the producers tried to buy the rights of Frank Zappa's "Watermelon in Easter Hay" they were told by Zappa's family that Zappa requested that three of his songs were never played in any media except the album where they appear and that song was one of them. Gail Zappa, Frank's widow, saw the movie when editing was almost completed and agreed to make an exception because she considered that Zappa would be proud of the movie. See more »
Goofs The movie takes place in the summertime - we know this from the boys just having graduated, their girls going off to Europe, the weather, etc. Yet at the wedding near the beginning of the film, the narrator tells us that in a few days the president of Mexico will go to Seattle for the WTO conference - which happened in November. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Detrás de 'Y tu mamá también', the making-of (2001). See more »
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Quotes Luisa: Life is like the surf, so give yourself away like the sea.
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