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The Last Call (1996)

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Gilberto Cortés is an actor in a theatre play about a father fighting to save his son from the death penalty. Years later, he faces the same dilemma in real life when his own son is accused of the murder of a child molester.

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Mario Cid
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Credited cast:
Norma Angélica ... Dalia
Judith Arciniega Judith Arciniega ... Señora con Niño
Enrique Cortés Bertrand Enrique Cortés Bertrand ... Maestro de Literatura
Cecilia Constantino Cecilia Constantino ... Mujer Tio Tocano
Jean Duverger Jean Duverger ... Tony
Marintia Escobedo Marintia Escobedo ... Locutura
Alberto Estrella ... Gilberto Cortés
Néstor Gahrán Néstor Gahrán ... NG Aguilar
Paul Ganus ... Wilson (as Paul E. Ganus)
Carlos García Agraz ... Self
Carlos Gria Carlos Gria ... Fotografo
Simón Guevara Simón Guevara ... Tio Tocano
Imanol ... Mario Cortés, age 8
Lili Inclán Lili Inclán ... Doña Luisita
Ricardo Lorenzana Ricardo Lorenzana ... Muchaco Sonido
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Gilberto Cortés is an actor in a theatre play about a father fighting to save his son from the death penalty. Years later, he faces the same dilemma in real life when his own son is accused of the murder of a child molester.

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Touching Denounce
18 March 2009 | by treada73See all my reviews

in times with very short production in the Mexican Industry, and obviously absence of good actors someone could appreciate this Garcia Agraz this film, Alberto Estrella ,a very well prepared actor, carry the weight of the film and do it outstanding, performing a father who confront his tremendous fate of having a condemned son who killed an American guy when he saw him raping a boy as the same way he lived victim of another American guy, and make his father suffer the same situation of his character he perform as an actor in the monologue Bandera Negra of Horacio Ruiz de la Fuente,sounds too many coincidences for a movie who pretend to be serious in the called new Mexican cinema, however someone could see this movie as a denounce for the several Executions in Texas in times of George W.Bush as Governor


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Country:

Mexico

Language:

Spanish

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Mexico

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