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For all its enthusiastic vulgarity and truly terrible punk rock, "We Are Mari Pepa" is a gently endearing portrait of four amiable Mexican teenagers feeling their way toward adulthood.
A middle-class Guadalajara teen with typical adolescent-male summer plans must come to terms with significant life changes in the tender, pitch-perfect coming-of-ager We Are Mari Pepa.
A rough-and-tumble, enjoyable yarn about a group of 16-year-old punk-rock wannabes from Guadalajara.
We Are Mari Pepa is a sweaty, urgent, beautifully honest bliss out.
Nothing is out of tone with what we see in real life, and that is precissely where the magic of the film resides. [Full review in Spanish]
This indie feel film will resonate with spectators because of the simpleness and appeal of it's everyday characters, especially when it comes to the problems of being a teenager. [Full review in Spanish]
The film is fitfully amusing but a bit too shapeless, even for a story about slackers.
The film finally works because of its multitudinous interests in adolescent shell-shock, where paralysis and uncertainty can only be momentarily assuaged through gendered outrage.
Pulling no punches, Leopo scrutinizes teenhood south of the boarder with rigor and compassion.
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