Movie-goers in the town of El Caminos in central Mexico have watched El Camina Carino, the movie about a woman whose car is stolen by bandits, in theaters for the first time ever.
The film was filmed in Mexico City in 2016, and the cinemas will screen the movie in theaters in the US and Canada starting in April 2018, the El Caminas director Fernando Perez told Al Jazeera.
“We hope that they will see it in cinemas in the United States and Canada,” he said.
The car is a Mercedes S550, which is not uncommon in the country, according to Perez, who said the movie will feature the voice of actress Rosalina Guevara, who starred in the original El Camini Carino movie.
El Camino carinos movie is based on a novel by Pablo Neruda, the famous Mexican writer and writer of a collection of short stories, and features scenes that could not have been filmed in real life.
The story is set in the Mexican city of Camino del Carmen in the late 1970s, in which women are kidnapped and forced to sell their car and sell their bodies in order to pay for food and shelter.
The story of El Chicharon de la Camino, a female protagonist, is also the subject of the novel.
El Chicharian has been shown in Mexico, Colombia and other Latin American countries, according the Mexican Film Institute, but has never been shown on a film screen in the U.S.
It’s a very important part of my life and I want to show it.
– Rosalyn Gueva, star of El Chaparral carinoThe car in the film is a 1959 Mercedes-Benz Benz 300SL, with a top speed of 100 kilometres per hour, and a top fuel efficiency of 37 kilometres per litre, according Perez.
The film has been a huge success in Mexico and its popularity has sparked interest in the world of Mexican cinema.
In the film, El Chichi is the heroine, a former nurse and social worker who goes undercover as a car dealer and ends up working in a brothel in El Caminal, the town where the car is used.
The actress is a singer, singer-songwriter and a member of the women’s choir.
“It’s not like a stereotypical Mexican movie, which shows a girl driving a car,” said Perez.
“The car has a name and a car in its pocket.
It’s a beautiful and complicated story that is very different from the typical Mexican story.”
The film has also been shown at the New York Film Festival, and will premiere at the Los Angeles Film Festival on January 20, 2018.
The Los Angeles premiere of the film has sparked a debate about women’s rights in Mexico.
“We’re going to take El Chiharone’s story and tell it through the eyes of women, women who have been sexually abused and sexually exploited by the cartels,” said actress Rosy Cruz, who plays El Chicho.
“I think that El Choche’s story is so important for women to have in their world because it’s very similar to the story of a woman who was raped in a Mexican brothel,” Cruz said.
A car dealer is an important character in the story, Perez said.
“In the story it’s the man who owns the car, but it’s also the woman who has to sell it.”
The car itself was stolen from the owner, but the film will show the car in real-life in a different way, Perez told the Associated Press news agency.
The movie is being made by Universal Pictures and the film studio is producing it.
It is the latest in a string of movies that Perez has directed in the past, including El Chachi: Sono, which premiered at the Mexico City International Film Festival in 2016.
Perez told Aljazeera he did not know if the car would be shown in the movie theaters in other countries, but said the car had been seen in Mexico before.
“There are several places where it’s shown, but we’re hoping to be in the cinemagoers’ house,” he told Aljit on the phone.
“There’s a lot of films coming out and there are some that we haven’t seen yet.
I’m excited to see them.”
El Chichi was the subject the 2016 Mexican Film Festival (IMF), the country’s premiere film festival.