Streeters (De La Calle) (2001)
Critic Reviews for Streeters (De La Calle)
An engrossing, contemporary look at the life of teenagers and young children living on and under the streets of Mexico City.
The height of unblinking realism punctuated here and again by a marvellous symbolic intelligence and marked by extraordinary performances.
If you care about how Mexican poverty degrades and yet also deepens Mexican beauty, it is one to see.
Audience Reviews for Streeters (De La Calle)
I think "De la Calle" (Streeters) is a great movie!. You can see the real deal of how many young boys get involve with drugs and drug dealers. It is an easy and fast way to get money, and for the poverty that, in this case, Mexico is, then that is the best way yo go for many people. In this movie is very realistic in all the aspect, and it also show you the poverty that Mexico goes through, and unfortunately, the way that its youth is taking.
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