A 2011 Mexican film by director Irina Gómez Concheiro
Negus, Chale, Sapo and Chata are teenagers who grew up in the same rundown district of Mexico City. They spend their days listening to hip-hop, smoking marihuana and fantasizing about the opposite sex. One day they have the bright idea of robbing a movie theater, jeopardizing the one sure thing they have in life—their friendship.
124 minutes | In Spanish with English subtitles
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Part of the UCLA Spanish Film Festival 2012
Cost: Free and Open to the public
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