Trailer for Carlos Cuarón's Soccer Comedy Rudo y Cursi
Rudo y Cursi is the first film from Cha Cha Cha, the production company formed by Mexican filmmakers Guillermo del Toro, Alfonso Cuarón, and Alejandro González Iñárritu. Directed by Carlos Cuarón and starring Gael García Bernal and Diego Luna, Rudo y Cursi is a comedy about two siblings who become rivals in the world of professional soccer in Mexico. This had its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year and was one of the first big acquisitions at the fest. It was a definite crowd pleaser and this trailer makes it look quite fun. If you're a fan of either Luna or Bernal, you'll want to check out this trailer.
From Peter Debruge's Sundance review on SpoutBlog: "Rudo y Cursi owes nothing to Hollywood storytelling, adhering instead to a wildly manic below-the-border sensibility in which fate doesn't follow Syd Field rules and chance can be truly unpredictable… Yet the film's appeal is truly universal."
Watch the official trailer for Carlos Cuarón's Rudo y Cursi:
You can also watch the trailer for Rudo y Cursi in High Definition on Apple
Beto and Tato are a pair of rivaling, dim-witted brothers who work on a dusty banana ranch and play soccer for their local team. Beto, a goalie whose hot temper on the field earns him the nickname of Rudo, dreams of becoming a professional soccer player, while Tato wants to be a famous singer. They both share the dream of building a big house for their mother, but all of their desires seem completely out of reach, that is, until a talent scout, Batuta, discovers their skill on the field and brings them to Mexico City.
Rudo y Cursi is both written and directed by first-time Mexican filmmaker Carlos Cuarón, brother Alfonso Cuarón and director of handful of shorts previously. The film first premiered in Mexico in December and at Sundance in January and was picked up by Sony Pictures Classics early on in the fest for an undisclosed amount. Sony Pictures Classics will be bringing Rudo y Cursi to limited theaters starting on May 8th.
Reader Feedback - 15 Comments
Yaaaay! first comment. The movie is excellent, it represents one of the numerous faces of mexican culture. It is really funny, hope you like it. Worth watching it? yes!
Galethog on Apr 4, 2009
Crapola on Apr 4, 2009
I love them both.
AbercrombieAndBitch on Apr 4, 2009
Ha, looks great
Nick Sears on Apr 4, 2009
This looks awesome. I'm so glad to see these guys together again in a COMEDY! they're both f-ing hilarious.
b on Apr 4, 2009
Sancle on Apr 4, 2009
Great, but the three filmmakers you mentioned are NOT SPANISH they are MEXICAN ;Gullermo del Toro(Guadalajara), Alfonso Cuaron (Mexico City) , Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu(Mexico City)
Freddy on Apr 4, 2009
rocken on Apr 4, 2009
sounds fun and enjoyable to watch! 😀
max on Apr 4, 2009
MEXICAN NOT SPANISH
chris on Apr 4, 2009
please google stuff before publishing (spain is not mexico). this is insulting to some of us readers.
Leon on Apr 4, 2009
#11 is right, you got to be careful
Said on Apr 4, 2009
oooh this looks neat! I loved them together in y tu mama tambien.
Lacey on Apr 5, 2009
Alo, im from mexico, i watched this a while back, and i have to say, you dont want to miss this one!
Cesar on Apr 6, 2009
ohow. really fantastic.
domuz gribi on Oct 27, 2009
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