The period between January through mid-March is usually a time when Hollywood dumps its most unattractive movies into the theatres, hoping to make some money to cover their hinnies. This is not altogether a bad thing, sometimes it’s a blessing in disguise. There lies the perfect chance for a little independent or foreign film to break out, make some money and maybe even a profit. This film will probably be one of them.

Shown at the Bill Cosford Cinema this past Thursday by the Center of Latin American Studies as part of Communication Week, Y Tu Mama Tambi

March 5, 2002


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