Los Olvidados 1950

Los Olvidados 1950

Los Olvidados 1950

Los Olvidados 1950
1h 20m | Crime, Drama | 9 November 1950 (Mexico)

Storyline:

Hell-bent on revenge, cocky reform-school runaway El Jaibo returns to his old neighborhood in post-World-War-II Mexico City’s poor and squalid slums, to reunite with his faithful gang of juvenile delinquents and street urchins. However, as the dangerous ringleader lives and breathes retribution, his destructive obsession to find the informant who supposedly sent him to jail will intricately interweave his bitter fate with that of Pedro, his weak, unwitting accessory, in a despicable act of pure evil. In the end, are humans inherently good or bad? Is immorality contingent with society?

User review:

Atheist, Marxist, Freudian, Surrealist, anarchist, fetishist, satirist, or Spaniard, Luis Buñuel was all these or more… One of the greatest of all filmmakers, Buñuel expressed an extraordinary personal vision of the world through an exceptional self-effacing special taste, creating a body of work unequaled in its abundance of meaning and its power by any other…

In 1946, Buñuel moved to Mexico where, between more conventional assignments, he summed up his creativity with a vengeance… His first masterpiece of this prolific period, “The Young and the Damned” was a masterpiece of social surrealism and the founding work of third world barrio repulsion…

Portraying the distress of delinquents in MexicoCity’s streets, he admitted the effects of shockingly cruel environment but declined to glamorize his victim-heroes: the gang torments a blind beggar who is himself a skillful paedophile, while a Freudian dream the most ‘innocent’ boy fights a friend for his mother’ s sexual favors…

The film is powerful enough to make a one firm man weep or encourage a true-believer to lose hope… Once seen, its disturbing images can never be forgotten.

Director: Luis Buñuel
Writers: Luis Alcoriza, Max Aub (dialogue collaborator), Luis Buñuel
Stars: Alfonso Mejía, Roberto Cobo, Estela Inda
Country of origin: Mexico
Language: Spanish
Also known as: The Young and the Damned
Filming locations: Estudios Tepeyac, Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico

Los Olvidados 1950

Los Olvidados 1950

Los Olvidados 1950

Los Olvidados 1950

Los Olvidados 1950

Los Olvidados 1950

Format : MPEG-4
Format profile : Base Media
Codec ID : isom (isom/iso2/avc1/mp41)
File size : 1.35 GiB
Duration : 1 h 21 min
Overall bit rate : 2 382 kb/s

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One Response to Los Olvidados 1950

  1. Litoboy5 says:

    Alfonso Mejía, (the boy called “PEDRO”) pass away on december 29th 2021, R.I.P.
    Cannes award movie.

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