Often considered Mexico’s most important film, Los Olvidados by exiled Spanish director Luis Buñuel created a stir when it first appeared. Centered on a group of juvenile delinquents, the film contradicts the view of many Mexican filmmakers and artists—including Diego Rivera—of a nation on the rise.
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