Rudo y Cursi

Rudo y Cursi is the sort of high-level buddy movie every national cinema needs for export -- along with its masterpieces, to be sure.""""
- Roger Ebert, ChicagoSun Times
Rudo y Cursi is a sly miniaturist pleasure on its own terms, a piquant fable about the bouncing ups and downs of success, failure, competition, and comradeship."" ""
- Lisa Schwarzbaum, Entertainment Weekly
Bernal and Luna have great sibling comic chemistry.""""
- Roger Moore, Orlando Sentinel
Energetic fun."" ""
- J. Hoberman, The Village Voice


Beto (Diego Luna) and Tato (Gael García Bernal) Verdusco are brothers who work at a banana plantation and also play soccer for the village team. Nicknamed “Tough” because of his personality and football style, Beto dreams of becoming a professional soccer player; Tato’s dream is to be a famous singer, and both share the dream of building a house for their mother, Elvira (Dolores Heredia). They have a change in luck when “Batuta”, a soccer talent scout, discovers them accidentally. Tato is the first to move to the big city where he becomes the star goal scorer for the prestigious Deportivo Amaranto (Amaranto Club). Although Beto feels he has been betrayed and left behind, he soon travels to Mexico City to become the goalkeeper for Atlético Nopaleros (Nopaleros Team). At the very real possibility of fulfilling all of their dreams, the siblings must face an innate rivalry as well as their own demons and limitations.

Date de sortie

Vendredi 22 mai, 2009
Langue originale: Espagnol
Genre: Comédie
Durée: 102 min.
Année: 2009


Adrianna Paz
Deigo Luna
Gael Garcia Bernal
Un film de
Carlos Cuarón