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Y tu mamá también

Dirigida por Alfonso Cuarón
México, 2001
Drama, Romántico, Comedia


En México, dos jóvenes y una atractiva mujer se van de viaje y aprenden varias cosas sobre la vida, la amistad, el sexo y de ellos mismos.

Y tu mamá también Dirigida por Alfonso Cuarón


Venice Film Festival

2001 | 2 victorias incluyendo: Marcello Mastroianni Award

Academy Awards

2003 | Nominado: Best Writing, Original Screenplay

Freedom, which in terms of moviemaking can be said to be the filmmaker’s refusal to fear risk, is the key to [the film]… The fearlessness of Y tu mamá también isn’t Cuarón’s alone. It also exists in the offhand bravery of the three lead performances. For the movie to work, the actors have to be as free and unembarrassed on-screen as their characters are, and there isn’t a false note among them.
August 19, 2014
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A genuine rarity: a sex comedy with brains. Even rarer, one with smart politics—so unobtrusive you may not notice—and wonderful acting… It’s not difficult to understand why this movie has been a smash success in Mexico, especially with teenagers; few films deal with teenage hormones, Latin machismo, and the complexities of friendship in such a refreshing way. The movie keeps surprising you and stays with you long after it’s over.
April 04, 2002
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Cuarón repeatedly, perversely undercuts the joie de vivre even as he creates it, giving the movie a mournful undercurrent that places the good-time shenanigans in welcome perspective… and Bernal is going places. You heard it here first.
March 14, 2002
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