Product DetailsRegion 2 DVD. Will only play on computers or multi-region DVD player. Not made for playback on North American DVD players.
Luis Bu˝uel's visceral depiction of life in Mexico's slums stunned audiences at the Cannes Film Festival in 1951, winning Best Director and relaunching the filmmaker's career after a twenty-year hiatus. The film tells the story of an unloved teenage boy, Pedro, who fights to turn his life around against the circumstances of extreme poverty and the sinister influence of an older boy, El Jaibo. Unflinchingly honest, at times surreal and ultimately heartbreaking, Los Olividados is a transcendently original, game-changing piece of cinema from one of the medium's true masters. Contains English and French subtitles.
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