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Latin Boys Go to Hell (1997)

Unrated | | Comedy, Drama, Crime | 5 September 1997 (USA)
A cute, openly gay latin boy's hormones go into overdrive when his hunky cousin (Angel) arrives for an extended stay. The two explore the young and sometimes dangerous gay scene in the ... See full summary »

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(novel) (as André Salas), (screenplay) (as André Salas) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Irwin Ossa ...
Justin
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Angel (as John Bryant Davila)
Jenifer Lee Simard ...
Andrea
Alexis Artiles ...
Braulio
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Carlos
Anne Iobst ...
Monica (as Annie Iobst)
Dashia Imperiale ...
Jackie (as Dashia)
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Mrs. Vega
Jehad Nga ...
Sylvano
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Sombra
Rebecca Sumner Burgos ...
Luz
Umberto González ...
Rodrigo (as Umberto Gonzales)
Yvonne Washington ...
Gladys
Reynier Molenaar ...
Eduardo
Iris Prado Salas ...
Braulio's Mom / Club Extra (as Iris Prado Salas) (as Iris Salas)
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A cute, openly gay latin boy's hormones go into overdrive when his hunky cousin (Angel) arrives for an extended stay. The two explore the young and sometimes dangerous gay scene in the city's Latin neighborhood, with surprising outcomes. Written by Guy33134

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Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$24,335, 7 September 1997, Limited Release

Gross USA:

$96,765, 21 September 1997
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1.37 : 1
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Trivia

Film debut of Mike Ruiz. See more »

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References Barb Wire (1996) See more »

Soundtracks

Me Confunde
Words and music by Vladimir Dotel
Courtesy of BMG Songs, Inc. and Vlaices Publishing
Performed by X. Factor (as Factor X)
Courtesy of BMG US Latin
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Hello! It's not pretending to be good!
16 October 1999 | by See all my reviews

I think a lot of people have missed the joke with this film - it doesn't pretend to be anything but silly inane rubbish with a thin plotline. This to me is completely obvious. I loved the trashy characters, it really reminded me of my experiences going to niteclubs frequented by the ethnic population in Melbourne. The soap opera grabs ('Dos Vidas') are the highlight, great dramatic over-the-top dialogue and the film is an absolute hunk-fest. Hey, sometimes you just want to tune out and not have to think!


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