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¿Y tú cuánto cuestas? (2007)

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A great Mexican film!
26 October 2008 | by See all my reviews

I saw this film in Central Park! Last Summer. I have to say I loved it!! It's smart, witty and fun. The opinions of the people in it reveal a lot about both Mexican and American cultures. Sad and harsh at times but with a hopeful message at the end, this movie is a warning on how our money driven society it's bound to fail. I guess some of the people in this forum didn't understand it... They saw themselves reflected maybe? or maybe the structure was too sophisticated??

I think it's a wonderful essay on media, money, power and ignorance among other important subjects. We need to speak about this things. Now more than ever!!!


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