A vital platform for Mexican cinema in the U.S.
Saturday, March 30, 9:00pm
Harkins Tucson Spectrum 18
IN PERSON: DIRECTOR BETO GÓMEZ
Mexico/Dominican Republic, 2019, 91 min.
Director: Beto Gómez
Writers: Francisco Payó, Beto Gómez
Producers: Rafael Munoz, Alfonso Rodríguez
Cinematography: Serguei Saldívar Tanaka
Cast: Joaquín Cosio, William Levy, Miguel Rodarte, Stephany Liriano, Eva Arias
In Spanish with English subtitles
Beto Gómez’ humorous screwball comedy Cinderelo follows Marlon Flores (the wonderful Miguel Rodarte), a talented photographer with an amazing ability to highlight anyone's inner beauty, but not his own. His ugliness attracts the rejection and ridicule of all women, except his assistant Maria, who can see him for who he really is. Tired of constant contempt, he unexpectedly encounters his fairy godfather (Joaquín Cosío, Narcos: Mexico, Me gusta pero me asusta,The Thin Yellow Line), a mysterious man who casts a spell on him, transforming him into an irresistible hunk named Brando (played by popular actor William Levy). The catch? It’s only in effect at night. With the help of his best friend Felix, Marlon turns the handsome Brando into the most coveted man in the city. But can you find true love with a double identity?
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