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Dirigido por Alonso Ruizpalacios
México, 2014


Tomas is too much for his lone mother so she sends him to live with his older brother Federico, aka Sombra, in Mexico City.

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Güeros Dirigido por Alonso Ruizpalacios

Premiações e Festivais

Berlin International Film Festival

2014 | Vencedor: Best First Feature Award

San Sebastián International Film Festival

2014 | 2 vitórias, incluindo: Horizons Award

Tribeca Film Festival

2014 | 2 vitórias, incluindo: Best Cinematography (Narrative Feature)


2014 | Vencedor: New Auteurs (Audience Award)

2014 | Menção Especial: Grand Jury Prize

There’s an embarrassment of riches on offer in Alonso Ruizpalacios’ staggeringly accomplished debut feature, Güeros, a Loony Tunes-level irreverent sightseeing tour of Mexico City whose apparent overtures towards a certain type of arty, indie cinema are delivered with tongue lodged in cheek.
November 19, 2015
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All of this might be off-puttingly studenty and self-conscious, were it not for a supple, inventive surrounding narrative and a quartet of lead performances that buzz with sincerity and energy. Güeros plays narrative tricks – not least with a dynamic opening that gestures towards a different sort of film entirely, only to be abandoned wholesale when the real protagonist happens along – but still feels sensitive and intelligent rather than self-satisfied.
October 30, 2015
Right off the bat, Alonso Ruizpalacios’ “Güeros” captures three superlatives from this reviewer: Best debut feature I’ve seen in the last year, best Mexican film in recent memory, and best (black and white) cinematography since Pawel Pawlikowski’s equally stunning but very different "Ida.
May 20, 2015
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