Party at the Burrow, Manolo Caro’s new film on Netflix

Monday 25 March, 2024
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Mazatlán. – Party at the Burrow, that’s the name of Manolo Caro’s new film that, after five years of absence from the cinema, returns to delight us on Netflix next May 1.

The film is based on the novel by Mexican writer Juan Pablo Villalobos, a book that marked his literary debut and was originally published in 2010 through the Anagrama publishing house.

Its adaptation to film was by Nicolás Giacobone, winner of the Oscar for Best Original Screenplay in 2015, along with Alejandro González Iñárritu, Alexander Dinelaris Jr. and Armando Bo, for Birdman.

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What is Party at the Burrow about?

It is the story of Tochtli, a boy who likes hats, dictionaries, samurai, guillotines and French people.

His new wish is a Namibian dwarf hippopotamus, who will get it? His father, Yolcaut, a person who always can and who keeps Tochtli happy.

This new production by Manolo Caro marks his return in feature films for Netflix, a platform that has opened its doors to him for several years and with whom he has collaborated since then.

Caro launched this project accompanied by his producers María José Córdova and Rafa Ley, under the umbrella of the companies Noc Films and Woo Films.

The behind-the-scenes team also includes María Secco, as director of photography; JC Molina, as production designer, and Yibran Asuad, as editor.

From the cast

The film stars Manuel García-Rulfo, Daniel Giménez Cacho, Raúl Briones, Pierre Louis, as well as Teresa Ruiz and Debi Mazar, among other names.

The film was filmed in Guadalajara and Namibia, but nourished with Sinaloan origins.

The music and culture of the northwest of the country were his materials, more than cinematographic creators, for the colors and images that make up Fiesta en la Madriguera.

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Source: Fernanda Magallanes from Punto MX on 2024-03-20 13:17:40

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