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Y tu mamá también




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106 мин


Alfonso Cuarón


Alfonso Cuarón
, Carlos Cuarón

Главни улоги:

Marta Aura
  >  Enriqueta 'Queta' Allende
Diana Bracho
  >  Silvia Allende de Iturbide
Emilio Echevarría
  >  Miguel Iturbide
Gael García Bernal
  >  Julio Zapata
Daniel Giménez Cacho
  >  Narrator (voice)
Nathan Grinberg
  >  Manuel Huerta
Verónica Langer
  >  María Eugenia Calles de Huerta
Diego Luna
  >  Tenoch Iturbide
Juan Carlos Remolina
  >  Alejandro 'Jano' Montes de Oca
Arturo Ríos
  >  Esteban Morelos
Maribel Verdú
  >  Luisa Cortés
Andrés Almeida
  >  Diego 'Saba' Madero
Giselle Audirac
  >  Nicole Bazaine
Ana López Mercado
  >  Ana Morelos
María Aura
  >  Cecilia Huerta


Plenty of juicy "s" words apply to And Your Mother Too: sexy, sweet, subtle, sad, surprising, superb... and did we say sexy? With enough male and female nudity to qualify as softcore porn--but deserving none of the stigma attached to that label--this vibrant coming-of-age road movie is guaranteed to jumpstart any viewers libido. Frank treatment of its characters burgeoning sexuality makes this unrated film a real eye-opener, but its never prurient or juvenile. Rather, the three-way odyssey of two 17-year-old Mexican boys (Gael García Bernal, Diego Luna) and a 28-year-old Spanish beauty (Maribel Verdú) is energetic and affirmative, while acknowledging that relationships--and sexual adventures--rarely develop without a hitch or two (or three). Filmed in sequence by Alfonso Cuarón (Great Expectations), and shot with invigorating natural style, this refreshing comedy-drama employs an omniscient narrator to reflect upon precious stolen moments, weaving three lives into a memorable tapestry of fun, friendship, and fate.

Mexican-born, New York-based filmmaker Alfonso Cuaron directed this Mexican box-office smash hit about a pair of randy upper-class buddies that sparked some controversy for its frank depiction of drug use and sexual exploration. With their respective girlfriends away in Europe, Julio (Gael Garcia Bernal) and his upper-class friend Tenoch (Diego Luna) are looking forward to a summer full of drink, drugs, and cheap meaningless sex. During a wedding, they meet Luisa (Maribel Verdu) . the 28-year-old wife of Tenochs scholarly cousin . and try to convince her to go on a road trip to Heavens Mouth, a made-up beach paradise the two claim is on the Oaxacan coast. To their surprise, Luisa . who is looking to escape her troubled life for a spell . agrees to go along. Two days into the trip, tension starts to build between the two friends: Luisa has had sex with each, and now both lads are not-so-quietly vying for her affection. Soon simmering jealousies boil over into savage arguments, threatening to completely destroy their friendship. After an enormously successful run in Mexico and Guatemala, this film was screened to much acclaim at the 2001 Venice, Toronto, and New York Film Festivals. . Jonathan Crow

"Y Tu Mama Tambien" is described on its Web site as a "teen drama," which is like describing "Moulin Rouge" as a musical. The description is technically true but sidesteps all of the reasons to see the movie. Yes, its about two teenage boys and an impulsive journey with an older woman that involves sexual discoveries. But it is also about the two Mexicos. And it is about the fragility of life and the finality of death. Beneath the carefree road movie that the movie is happy to advertise is a more serious level--and below that, a dead serious level.

The movie, whose title translates as "And Your Mama, Too," is another trumpet blast that there may be a New Mexican Cinema a-bornin. Like "Amores Perros," which also stars Gael Garcia Bernal, it is an exuberant exercise in interlocking stories. But these interlock not in space and time, but in what is revealed, what is concealed, and in the parallel world of poverty through which the rich characters move.

The surface is described in a flash: Two Mexican teenagers named Tenoch and Julio, one from a rich family, one middle class, are free for the summer when their girlfriends go to Europe. At a wedding they meet Luisa, 10 years older, the wife of a distant cousin; shes sexy and playful. They suggest a weekend trip to the legendary beach named Heavens Mouth. When her husband cheats on her, she unexpectedly agrees, and they set out together on a lark.

This level could have been conventional but is anything but, as directed by Alfonso Cuaron, who co-wrote the screenplay with his brother Carlos. Luisa kids them about their sex lives in a lighthearted but tenacious way, until they have few secrets left, and at the same time she teases them with erotic possibilities. The movie is realistic about sex, which is to say, franker and healthier than the smutty evasions forced on American movies by the R rating. We feel a shock of recognition: This is what real people do and how they do it, sexually, and the MPAA has perverted a generation of American movies into puerile masturbatory snickering.

Whether Luisa will have sex with one or both of her new friends is not for me to reveal. More to the point is what she wants to teach them, which is that men and women learn to share sex as a treasure they must carry together without something spilling--that women are not prizes, conquests or targets, but the other half of a precarious unity. This is news to the boys, who are obsessed with orgasms (needless to say, their own).

The progress of that story provides the surface arc of the movie. Next to it, in a kind of parallel world, is the Mexico they are driving through. They pass police checkpoints, see drug busts and traffic accidents, drive past shanty towns, and are stopped at a roadblock of flowers by villagers demanding a donation for their queen--a girl in bridal white, representing the Virgin. "You have a beautiful queen," Luisa tells them. Yes, but the roadblock is genteel extortion. The queen has a sizable court that quietly hints a donation is in order.

At times during this journey the soundtrack goes silent and we hear a narrator who comments from outside the action, pointing out the village where Tenochs nanny was born and left at 13 to seek work. Or a stretch of road where, two years earlier, there was a deadly accident. The narration and the roadside images are a reminder that in Mexico and many other countries a prosperous economy has left an uneducated and penniless peasantry behind.

They arrive at the beach. They are greeted by a fisherman and his family, who have lived here for four generations, sell them fried fish, rent them a place to stay. This is an unspoiled paradise. (The narrator informs us the beach will be purchased for a tourist hotel, and the fisherman will abandon his way of life, go to the city in search of a job and finally come back here to work as a janitor.) Here the sexual intrigues which have been developing all along will find their conclusion.

Beneath these two levels (the coming-of-age journey, the two Mexicos) is hidden a third. I will say nothing about it, except to observe there are only two shots in the entire movie that reflect the inner reality of one of the characters. At the end, finally knowing everything, you think back through the film--or, as I was able to do, see it again.

Alfonso Cuaron is Mexican but his second and third features were big-budget American films. I thought "Great Expectations" (1998), with Ethan Hawke, Gwyneth Paltrow and Anne Bancroft, brought a freshness and visual excitement to the updated story. I liked "A Little Princess" (1995) even more. It is clear Cuaron is a gifted director, and here he does his best work to date. Why did he return to Mexico to make it? Because he has something to say about Mexico, obviously, and also because Jack Valenti and the MPAA have made it impossible for a movie like this to be produced in America. It is a perfect illustration of the need for a workable adult rating: too mature, thoughtful and frank for the R, but not in any sense pornographic. Why do serious film people not rise up in rage and tear down the rating system that infantilizes their work?
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  • bojanadj
    Senior translator
    24.10.2016. 09:05
    [QUOTE=kadetoni][QUOTE=bojanadj]  ali meni su seks u ovom filmu i konstantna priča o njemu jednostavno potisnuli sve ostalo što su scenaristi i režiser hteli da kažu.

    A šta su hteli da kažu? Confused         LOL


    Ono što su Već-odapeli, Hogar i Robin uspeli da vide kroz seks i priču o njemu. LOL
  • CSInvestigator
    24.10.2016. 00:40
    Prosečan film, koji je ostao samo prosečan zbog loše razrađenog scenarija, tj. nema poentu.
    Glumački tandem odličan, njih dvojica baš imaju tu neku "hemiju" na ekranu.
    U suštini, film kao da sve vreme baca strelice u neki zamišljeni centar, ali sve vreme promašuje i nikad ne poentira.
    Pokušaji su tu, i to cenim, a i zbog glumačkog tandema dajem ocenu 7/10.

  • kadetoni
    23.10.2016. 23:18
    [QUOTE=bojanadj]  ali meni su seks u ovom filmu i konstantna priča o njemu jednostavno potisnuli sve ostalo što su scenaristi i režiser hteli da kažu.

    A šta su hteli da kažu? Confused         LOL