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mexican cinema


Who is face of Mexican cinema? Bernal
Who wrote Amores Perros? Arriaga
Whose quote do we use to discuss corruption? Salinas
What's most commercially successful Mexican film? elcrimendelpadreamaro
Which technique was used by Prieto in Amores Perros? bleachbypass
How did Guillermo del Toro describe the metaphor he used in Cronos for the relationship with the USA? vampiric
What is the main religion in Mexico? Catholicism
Who said "in Mexico, things are very visual and dramatic"? Prieto
Who said "I really hate it when Hollywood shows Mexicans as sweaty villains with big moustaches"? del Toro
Who said "Mexico has so many real social issues to deal with"? Wood
What intresting stylistic feature is used in La Zona? CCTV
How are the different segments distinguished stylisitcally in Amores Perros? Different focal lengths
What is the national film school called? IMCINE
What theme is highlighted by the panning shot at the beginning of La Zona? class divide
Which directors migrated to Hollywood (but came back)? del Toro, Cuaron, Bernal
Which Mexican films are shot in black and white? Duck Season, El Violin
What is the name of the film award in Mexico? Ariel
Created by: Flissvans