Tuesday, October 3, 2023

Do you like the Golden Age of Mexican Cinema?

National month continues to progress and it’s time to organize a Mexican evening. Although food, good music, family and friends cannot be missing to celebrate, it is also time to plan a movie marathon with the best national productions, with these films that reveal to us the secrets of great figures of Mexican culture and entertainment.


It was the director Sebastián del Amo who was responsible for telling the life of the so-called “pantomime of Mexico”, Mario Moreno “Cantinflas”, in a film that goes from the beginnings of this actor in the tents of Mexico City to to “Cantinflas” is enough The moment in which he becomes a recognized figure in Hollywood thanks to his participation in the film “Around the World in 80 Days”. This film caused controversy even before filming began, as the Spanish actor Oscar Jaenada had been chosen as the protagonist and therefore it was doubted that he would give a credible interpretation of Cantinflas, but the result on the screen surprised the audience as his performance was exceptional .


Although it is a fictional story about the “Idol of Guamúchil”, Pedro Infante, through the interpretation of the actor Omar Chaparro, it allows us a look at what this star could have been like in his treatment and character. The story is this: Pedro Infante cannot enter glory because he made many mistakes. To correct them, he decides to return to Earth through the body of a copycat, Pedro Guadalupe Ramos. The problem is that he followed the same steps as there is a lot to fix.

“FRIDA” (2002)

This was Salma Hayek’s first film as a producer and earned her an Oscar nomination for Best Actress. With a multi-star cast, led by Hayek himself and British actor Alfred Molina, it focuses on the stormy life of Mexican painter Frida Kahlo, whose misfortune began in her youth when the truck she was traveling in crashed Her pelvis plunged her to her death. destroyed, lived through the difficult relationship with her husband, the muralist Diego Rivera, her romance with the political leader León Trotsky, until her painful death.


Without a doubt, María Félix is ​​one of the most impressive women in the Mexican entertainment world, considered a legend around the world. The actresses Sandra Echeverría, Ximena Romo and Abril Vergara bring to life this artist who was born into a wealthy family in Álamos, Sonora, as well as traditional and conservative, which is why her life was surrounded by scandals from an early age with her love interest, her brother Pablo, her marriage to Enrique Álvarez Alatorre, the birth of her only son and how she became a star of Mexican cinema.


The actress Itatí Cantoral brought to life the last diva of national cinema, Silvia Pinal, a star whose rise was not easy. In this series her entire life is shown, from her beginnings as an actress when she was almost a teenager, her marriages and her tragedies, such as the death of her daughter Miroslava, but above all how this woman shaped her own destiny and the beginning of an artistic dynasty is that continues to this day.

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