Buñuel is also participating in a co-production movement, with France (Cela c’est called l’aurore, 1956), the United States (La Jeune Fille – The Young One – la Joven, 1960) or Spain (Viridiana, 1961 ). Of Spanish origin, first actor and screenwriter, Luis Alcoriza is also well above his colleagues with biting and warm films, taking into account the Mexican social and cultural reality, Tlayucan (1961), Shark fishermen ( Tiburoneros, 1963) and Always Further (Tarahumara, 1964). You can visit https://best-123movies.com to have a look at these films.
In The Sixties
The sixties were characterized by a persistent crisis and the aesthetic recession. Films of masked wrestlers or sexy films saturate the market. In 1961, a subtle film, shot without great resources by a Spanish immigrant, Jomi García Ascot (En el balcon vacío), gives hope for a new cinema, at the margins, but aesthetically ambitious. Luis Alcoriza, Buñuel’s collaborator for L’Ange exterminateur, makes quality films in a popular vein (Tiburoneros, 1962). Arturo Ripstein begins with Tiempo de morir (1966) after Gabriel García Márquez.
Born in the sixties around the cine-clubs …