What Do You Think? (1985)





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Set to the pulsating soundtrack of Mexican rock music, director Paul Leduc's gritty look at life in the ghettoes of Mexico City during the 1980s ventures into the places rarely seen by tourists and outsiders. In traveling seldom explored side streets, visiting the local bars, and swaying to the music of the best-known rock acts that the city has to offer, Leduc exposes the deplorable state of affairs in the capitol that left the repressed citizens longing for freedom from the suffocating violence and poverty that surrounded them on all sides. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
Art House & International , Drama , Special Interest
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An unusual little film. Director Paul Leduc mixes live footage of Mexican rock bands with acted scenes of Mexico City youngsters dealing with modern problems: poverty, unemployment, crappy working conditions, random violence, et cetera. It's very short (apparently they ran out of money) but makes an impression, if not a really great one. I can't say I loved it, but it was nice to see something out of the ordinary. An energetic movie that speaks to youth.

Martin Teller
Martin Teller

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