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Alamar (2009), Pedro González-Rubio ★★★★

Boy visiting his father on the Banco Chinchorro – an atoll reef off the southeast coast of the Municipality of Othón P. Blanco in Quintana Roo, Mexico, near Belize…in Mexican waters 35 kilometres (22 mi) offshore in the Caribbean Sea.

97 - Alamar (2010)

Director: Pedro González-Rubio Starring: Jorge Machado, Natan Machado Palombini, Nestór Marín Running time: 73 mins

Film Log

Mexicanos ganan premio en Festival de Montreal

Los fotógrafos Pedro González Rubio y Fernanda Romandía obtuvieron el Premio a la Mejor Fotografía en el 21° Festival Présence Autochtone, Montreal, Canadá, por la película… 159 more words

LATIN AMERICAN FILM

Alamar (2009)

Alamar is a movie which is very similar to the movie I reviewed yesterday, Somewhere. In this film we also see a father who is divorced who takes care of his kid (in this case a son) for a while. 201 more words

Movies

Film Movement - Year 8 Film 7: Alamar

Alamar is a vacation to a place where movies don’t need to be bigger and faster. It is a relaxing, soothing film about the simple, often overlooked moments of everyday life. 263 more words

Reviews

Alamar, a fresh view on family and nature

Alamar comes from nowhere. It looks like nothing you could have ever seen before. The Mexican movie director Pedro Gonzalez-Rubio gathered three amator actors, including father and son, Jorge and Natan. 216 more words

Mexico