Cumbia callera (Cumbia Connection)

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An aspiring young filmmaker finds that not all love triangles have to be end in tragedy after falling in love with a beautiful thief who already has a boyfriend. Neto is out on the street with his camera when he happens to capture Cori and her boyfriend Guiripi shoplifting an expensive pair of sneakers. When Cori realizes that she's being followed she hastily takes off running, accidentally dropping one of the shoes as Neto gives chase. Later, when Neto tracks Cori down in order to return the stolen shoe, both thief and filmmaker realize that they're drawn together by a powerful mutual attraction. But Guiripi loves Cori, too, and he's not about to give up their relationship just because she's attracted to another man. Feeling increasingly pressured choose between the two men in her life, Cori soon finds out that sometimes making no decision is the best decision of all. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

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Critic Reviews for Cumbia callera (Cumbia Connection)

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  • Video clip, documentary, romantic movie, or soft porn? Cumbia callera can be that and much more. This is a pleasant film experiment, an unconventional love story, a musical film with cumbias from Celso Piña in the background. [Full Review in Spanish]

    Aug 23, 2019 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Cumbia callera (Cumbia Connection)

  • Sep 06, 2007
    Finally got the chance to see it! The most effective thing that <i> Cumbia Callera</i> has is having really little dialog, and using music (backrounded, not actually singed) to transmit the thoughts and ideas of the three main characters. It's a nice exercise to see a really reduced Monterrey, (don't fall for it, the city's like 10 times bigger than what's portrayed in the film), and a nice story line with a good editing. The photography's really good, too, and it's also a good portrayal of the subcultures in this city.
    Liolia K Super Reviewer

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