Though around them a criminal world seethes, Julie and Antonio are a young and loving couple with a new baby and a solid, white-collar sense of stability. But when a loose social connection... See full summary »
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Bruno Bichir ... Antonio
Lorraine Pilkington Lorraine Pilkington ... Julie Miles
Jesús Ochoa ... Macedonio Ramirez
Adam Kotz ... Ian Bower
Álvaro Guerrero ... Nicolas Lopez
Rodrigo Murray ... Alfredo Escudo
Emma Cunniffe ... Tania Bower
Reece Dinsdale ... Tom Sexton
Carlos Cobos Carlos Cobos ... Gordo / Chubby Corona
Ricardo Blume ... Dr. Parra
Adalberto Parra ... Secretary Segura
Rodrigo Vazquez Rodrigo Vazquez
Jacqueline Voltaire ... Consul Hyde
Stephen Boxer ... Mr. Stanner
Eugenia Leñero Eugenia Leñero ... Reporter Salas
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Though around them a criminal world seethes, Julie and Antonio are a young and loving couple with a new baby and a solid, white-collar sense of stability. But when a loose social connection suddenly ties them to a major political assassination, the two become innocents desperately trying to adapt to a world of murderous politicians and police that, moment to moment, threatens their lives. Written by Maggie Mackay

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Crime | Thriller

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Potential Mexican thriller rendered achingly lifeless
25 February 2007 | by oneloveallSee all my reviews

What was set up to be a provocative look into Mexico's staggering levels of political and police corruption falls completely flat from third-rate performances, scriptwriting, production, and direction. It is a shame that a project with such noble intent on producing an eye-opening view into being stuck in the midst of this bureaucratic nightmare that is Mexican justice still cannot provide any believability in a dull, flat pulse that mires every scene in boredom. With the largely amateur cast, c-movie technical standards, and monotonous camera-work, Rabbit on the Moon's potentially engaging plot line is rendered limp, even unwatchable, in the important social context it is served. Moderately successful in it's home country, I cannot imagine the movie appealing to anyone else besides the precise demographic it caters to simply due to budget constraints.


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Mexico | UK

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Release Date:

6 October 2006 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Alvo Marcado See more »

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$873,756
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1.85 : 1
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