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Chulas Fronteras is a movie starring Ramiro Cavazos, Los Alegres De Teran, and Los Pinguinos del Norte. "Chulas Fronteras" is a documentary about the music of the Mexican community on both sides of the Texas-Mexico border,...

Running Time
58 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Music, Documentary
Les Blank
Ramiro Cavazos, Los Pinguinos del Norte, Los Alegres De Teran, Rumel Fuentes
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

"Chulas Fronteras" is a documentary about the music of the Mexican community on both sides of the Texas-Mexico border, particularly of migrant farmers. It includes material about the roots of the music, but devotes principal attention to the music as a form of social protest against oppression and racism.

Comments about music «Chulas Fronteras» (22)

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Lori G.

After seeing the film at the Berlinale film festival, I really wanted to watch it again. And I had the chance. I like the idea of the film, and I found it very interesting. The subject is a little bit too topical, but the film is interesting enough. It's not a masterpiece, but it's good. If you're not interested in the topic, you might not like it.

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Mark B.

I had the pleasure of seeing this film at the Philadelphia International Film Festival, where it won the Best Documentary Feature award. I was expecting a film about the Mexican drug trade, but I was surprised to find that it was actually about a woman who was part of the drug trade. The film is about Joaquina (Joaquina Martinez), a young woman who was involved in the drug trade, and her journey to becoming an independent woman. The film is not about the drug trade per se, but the journey of Joaquina as she learns about the different parts of her life. The film is extremely well shot, and the film crew really puts in the work and really goes to the extent to get the footage. The film crew also knows how to use a wide angle lens, and use the different angles to their advantage. It is a very exciting film to watch, and it is a very important film for anyone interested in a more accurate portrayal of the drug trade. The film is very well made, and I would recommend this film to anyone who has an interest in the drug trade. This film has an interesting plot, and it is well worth watching. The film crew should be commended for their work, and I look forward to seeing what they will make next.

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Emma Garza

I was not expecting much from this movie. It seemed like a decent film but it was definitely not what I was expecting. It was very slow and didn't really go anywhere. The movie was not like I expected. It was like watching a documentary about a band and what it was like to be a member. I was surprised to see the opening credits which I thought was the best part of the film. The video was very boring and there was nothing new in the movie. The only thing I could really enjoy was the pictures that were shown during the movie. Overall, this was a very average film and I would not recommend it.

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Aaron Bryant

After an invitation to perform at a live concert at the big city in the country, a young Mexican musician, Isidro Ramos, with a passion for music and poetry, joins the troupe of the star-studded Chulas Fronteras. At the center of the group is Carlos Antonio Garcia, a father and husband of a woman who has died. The night before, he had spent time with his wife and daughter, who died at an early age, and he is haunted by the memories of their death. He is also haunted by the loss of his friend, who was a musician and a poet. The group is led by a woman who plays the guitar and sings. This film shows the struggles of a woman who wants to be heard, a man who wants to be loved, and a man who wants to be a great musician. It is an amazing film and I recommend it.

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Christina Griffin

This is a documentary about the infamous Monty Python troupe, who have a special place in the hearts of many young people. The group consists of members John Cleese, Eric Idle, Michael Palin, and Terry Gilliam. Although the Pythons' greatest hits are in the public domain, this documentary is not. The Pythons have not done any interviews since the death of their friend Michael Palin. The Pythons are still active and they still perform, but their time has passed. The Pythons are seen in some rare footage, and in a few short interviews. This documentary is very much like a documentary, but it is not very well put together. The Pythons are still active, but they are not very well documented. This is a very good documentary for people who like the Pythons, but it's not a documentary about the Pythons.

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Ronald Fields

I was curious about this film, as I am a musician, and I am also a music producer. I was not disappointed. I am not a big fan of the band Frontera Frontera, but I do like this film, because it shows how these bands, with their very different musical tastes, how they had to be creative, how they made a living. I think this film is also very inspiring, because it shows the limits and the limits of life, how to be creative and how to deal with your life. I am glad that the film has been made, because it is great for people who love music.

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I'm an Irish person living in the US, and this is an excellent documentary on the band. The story is pretty interesting, but it's just one long, very entertaining concert. I enjoyed this better than I had expected to. There are some interesting anecdotes about the band members and the things they did while they were in Ireland. If you're an Irish person and you enjoy music, you'll love this.

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Nicole Peters

From the director of the The Aviator, The Lion King, The King Of Kong, and the Queen of the Desert, this documentary about the life of the late Venezuelan composer Gabriel Garcia Marquez tells the story of the man behind the mythos of his country, his struggle to create a legacy of music that was so deeply felt, and the difficulties he faced in the process. The film focuses on his relationship with the Cuban-American musician Miguel Torres, his birth in Cuba, his years in the US, and the Cuban Revolution of 1959, when the first album by Marquez was released, and his life in exile in Mexico, where he eventually died in 1994. The film tells the story of the many years of his life, which included the end of his life, and the Cuban Revolution. The film was produced by the Cuban-American filmmaker Juan Ponce Enrile, and the two men made a powerful and powerful film, and it's a powerful movie. The film is beautifully shot and the performances are great. It's one of the best films of the year. I don't see why people would think this is not a great film, because it is very strong, very powerful, and very powerful. If you are a fan of music, and you like documentaries, then I strongly recommend that you watch this film. It's a very powerful and powerful film.

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Michelle P.

I was fortunate enough to see this film in Toronto last night. The film was excellent and very well done. The directors work in Vancouver, BC, was very good and the scenes were very well done. The story line is very interesting and the film makers did a very good job of recreating the original songs and the actors did a good job. I think that the film should have been shown in its original format, but then we would have never heard the original songs. The original film is available on VHS, DVD and Blu-Ray. The VHS version is the best option for anyone who wants to hear the songs, but would like to be able to see the film in its original format. I would recommend that you go see the film, but do not see the VHS version. I am looking forward to the DVD release. I would recommend that anyone who is interested in music go see this film.

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Patrick L.

I am not a musician, and this movie is a great film about a young musician who is very talented and tries to make it. The movie shows him in his process of getting his band together and playing their first concert. I think this is a great documentary about the music industry. It shows you the story behind the music industry, the artists, the producer, and the artist, as well as the pressures and the journey of making it. I recommend this movie to all music fans.

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Mildred F.

I just saw this film, and it was very good. I felt like I had traveled back in time, and witnessed the early days of punk rock in San Francisco. The music was incredible, and the acting was fantastic. I can't wait to see it again.

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If you like to enjoy a good documentary, then you will love this film. The film is not without its faults, but I really enjoyed it. I feel it was a bit over-hyped, but that was probably the point. The film is well worth a watch. I really enjoyed the art direction and the music. The film also shows us that when you are an outsider, you can't be an insider. We are all different, and we all have our own thoughts and opinions about things that others do not share. This film is about how we go about sharing them, and how we are all different. It is also about how we should be open to other opinions, and how we should always be willing to listen and try to understand another's point of view.

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Joan L.

This movie is definitely a must see for anyone who has been to the festival, as it gives a wonderful insight into the whole experience. I must admit, I was a little disappointed that the film was made on video, as it would have been so much more powerful and interesting on the big screen. This movie was filmed on a camera that was literally the size of a small TV screen, and it was made with only a small amount of money, so you can't really expect it to be any more realistic than it is. I must admit that the quality of the film is not very good. The acting is a little uneven at times, and it doesn't really capture the essence of the festival as a whole. The film is a little too long, but if you have been to the festival, you will understand why. I don't know if I would recommend this film to anyone, but it is definitely worth watching if you have not been to the festival.

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Katherine R.

There's a certain cynicism about the documentary that comes from the fact that the filmmakers themselves, having never been the first to have a good, successful record deal, are in fact at the receiving end of the enormous power of the record industry. But as someone who had a good deal, I found the documentary to be an interesting look at how the record industry has changed and continues to change over the last 30 years. It's not a perfect documentary and it's not without its flaws, but it's still worth watching for its insights into the music industry. From the music to the actors, to the archival footage and interviews with the musicians themselves, this documentary is an interesting look into the music industry. The DVD includes a good number of interviews and clips from the film. The interviews range from the "dumb" to the "not very smart" and there are some really interesting ones that are worth listening to. It's also interesting to hear from some of the big names in the industry, including the director, producers and songwriters themselves. It's a good look at how the music industry has changed over the years and how the music industry has changed over the years.

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I recently saw this documentary and was very surprised to see the amount of power and impact the film had. I felt it could have been better. The filmmakers had some great interviews with some of the biggest names in music history, and had some great musical performances. However, the documentary seemed to focus on the past and the not so great things that happened, instead of looking at the future. They should have made it about the music and how it is going to affect the future. I felt that it would have been more interesting to have explored the future of music, rather than just focusing on the past. I would recommend this to anyone interested in music, but I think that the documentary would have been better with a better focus on the future.

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Brittany Campbell

I have seen the film many times. I still remember it. I feel it is a very powerful film. It is a must see film for anyone who is a fan of the band, or who is a fan of Cuban music. This film is a film about music, and the influence it has on society. It is a film about the importance of music. It is a film about the power of music. I don't see this film as a criticism of the band, I see it as a reflection of the band and the music they made. The band has become very famous and has had a great amount of success, but the film shows the band as a group of individuals who has a very special relationship with music. The film is not an advertisement of the band, the film is not about the band, but about music. It is about the power of music, and how music can change the world. The film is very well made, the music is superb, the acting is excellent, and the film is a must see. If you want to know what it is like to be a musician, then watch this film. If you want to see the life of a musician, watch this film.

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Kevin R.

Although I found this documentary to be fairly entertaining, it seemed to go on for too long, at times seeming to drag on forever. This is mainly due to the fact that the film focuses on the tour that the band took with Guns N' Roses, which may not have been as memorable as the band's music. However, this could have been forgiven if the film focused more on the band's chemistry on stage, and less on the band's "bad" decisions during the tour. The film also makes some questionable points regarding Guns N' Roses' reputation, such as the fact that they were all on drugs at the time, which would probably not have been allowed back then. However, this does not detract from the film, which is still very entertaining. Overall, I found this documentary to be somewhat entertaining, but it did drag on for far too long. Nevertheless, it was still worth a watch.

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Judy H.

Cuba and his music have always been central to my interests. His life and music are the subject of this film. This film covers his life from his childhood through his death. The director is well versed in music and Cuba's music is superb. This film is a must see for music lovers and the other interest Cuba has is his music. This film is a must see for everyone.

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Paul M.

I've just finished watching this film and it's not easy to come up with a review of a film that is so short and not so great. Let's start with the negatives, the lighting in the film was poor. This is a film that takes place in Mexico and it's only when you move to the US that the lighting is even a bit better. The cinematography was also a bit shaky and dark in places. The soundtrack was OK but not great. I found the music to be too slow and not consistent. The acting was not great, but there were some good performances in it. The main problem with this film is that the main character is not a very interesting character. You don't really care about him and he's not really a hero. In a way, this was a good thing. You get to see a guy being a total douche and it's fun. This is a very good film to watch with your friends and it's a great way to pass the time. There are some good bits in this film, but it's not great and it's not great to watch. The director of the film did a good job and I liked the music. It was OK but it wasn't great. I think that the director could have made the film a bit better, but I liked the film for what it was. I give it a 7 out of 10.

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This is a nice look at the life of one of the biggest bands in the world, from their inception in the early 70's to their fall from grace. It is not as strong as their music, but I liked it very much. I thought that it was interesting to see how they made their money, and the various ways they tried to make it work. The music was very good, and the interviews were also good. The subject matter was not as intense as the music, but the interviews were good, and I would recommend it to people interested in music.

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Gregory Arnold

I really wanted to like this film. It was like an over-rehearsed performance by the same actors. It was like a bad, low-budget version of "Wedding Crashers." It was not a particularly interesting film. It was not terribly good. It was not bad. I just didn't care about any of the characters or anything. I wanted to be entertained, and I was. It was not anything I would ever recommend.

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A group of young men and women are involved in a music project in Mexico City. I'm not familiar with this group, but I saw some of their performances in the film. Some of the things I liked: the musicians are talented and passionate about their music, the city is beautiful and the city has an amazing atmosphere. I thought that the performance of some of the musicians was very good and the film is worth watching.