What you need to know about the ‘new’ spanish-language movie ‘Carmenita’
In a country where there is already a sizable Hispanic population, there are a few new and exciting films to catch your eye.
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“Carmena” is a movie about two young girls, Carmenita and her sister Carmenia, who grow up in a small rural town in Mexico.
It’s a film about a family who, after a tragic accident, are forced to move into a new house where the family’s neighbours are all Mexicans.
A man from the town, Miguel, is their new neighbor.
His sister Carmenía has a job and Carmenita works in the local supermarket.
Her family is not used to being neighbours.
It is a family that does not want to live in a big town with many Mexicans.
The story takes place in a town called La Paz in northern Mexico.
“It’s a place where you don’t feel like you’re in the same place as the rest of Mexico, but at the same time you feel like it’s the same town, you don´t want to be out of place,” says Cate Bautis-Rocher, the director of Carmenita.
“This is a small town that has a lot of Mexican residents and this is a town that was the same with a lot more Mexicans, so there was a lot to work with there,” she says.
“The story is about a lot about families who want to keep a distance, a lot going on, and a lot being done on the side.”
The movie stars Joaquín Fernández as Miguel, Carmenía as Carmenia and Manuel González as Manuel Gonzales.
Fernárdez says his character is based on his father, a lawyer who was born in Mexico and moved to America as a child.
“His story is very simple, he came to the US and he is a lawyer and he comes to a country like this, a small place like this,” he says.
Fernayez says the film focuses on the lives of the people living in La Página, where they’re in a situation where they are living a very different life.
“I feel very proud of this film because it shows that it´s a small world and you have a lot and you need a lot,” he said.
Fernayanes says his films tend to focus on the life of the family, the struggles they face and what they learn about themselves.
“For me, I want to create a film that is about the people, the lives and the challenges of life,” he explained.
“In my films, I try to tell a story that is very specific and very real.
For me, a film is a story.
You have to be willing to listen and to take care of yourself.”
The story is told in Spanish, and the movie is directed by Carlos Barraza, who also wrote the screenplay.
Barrazas family immigrated to the United States in the 1960s and is a US citizen.
“If you see a movie that is not about people, you feel sad and you think, why is this happening?
I think this film will tell a different story, but I don’t think it will change anything,” he told ABC News.
Barrosa said he decided to make Carmenita after watching movies about Mexican people in Los Angeles.
“There is a Mexican film about Mexico that is really good, it’s about the families, the stories that people have,” he noted.
“And there are so many Mexicans, that are so beautiful, that they make me smile, that I want this film to tell my story.”
A film about the lives in La Pena, an impoverished community in Mexico City, will be released in December.
The film, “La Paz,” was shot by Barrazs sister, Teresa, and stars her brother, Daniel.
The family was in Mexico when the accident happened, and Teresa is the one who found out about the accident.
“My mother is very brave and she said she is going to tell her story,” Daniel Barrazo said.
“So I am going to show my story.
I have a real love for the people of La Pampas and my brother is going on to tell his story,” he added.
The brothers hope that “La Pena” will bring awareness about the economic hardship faced by the community.
Barries says the story of Carmen and Manuel is about family.
“They were very poor, they were in a very small town, and so the whole family lives together, they have a sense of belonging, and that sense of community is what gives them strength and keeps them going.
It`s what gives us hope and keeps us going,” he continued.
Carmen and her brother were born in the town of La Penada in northern México.
Carmen grew up with her sister and