Sin Nombre by Cary Fukunaga

March 10, 2010 at 15:43 Leave a comment

Bursting onto the screen in an explosion of blazing colours and sweeping vistas, this is the incredible story of two people’s epic quest to escape from an unforgiving and gang-controlled Mexico. An unflinching tale of gang warfare, loyalty and redemption, Cary Fukunaga’s new flick Sin Nombre is the must-see smash movie of the year.
Read the interview with director Cary Fukunaga. Read the piece about Homies Unidos x Sin Nombre fight to give alternatives to gangs.

“Masterpiece.. Totally brilliant. This is film-making at its absolute height.”
★★★★★ Evening Standard

“Brilliant… A Dazzling Debut. Every so often there comes a foreign language film that demands to be seen, transcending the art-house ghetto and breaking into the mainstream. A potential breakout success that combines uncompromisingly tough subject matter with utterly compelling storytelling.”
★★★★ The Times


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