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Violación (1989)

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Credited cast:
Valentín Trujillo ... Garrido
Eleazar Garcia Jr. Eleazar Garcia Jr. ... Irak
Olivia Collins Olivia Collins ... Laura
Claudia Guzmán Claudia Guzmán ... Jennifer
María Fernanda García María Fernanda García ... Alma
Mario Almada ... Navarro
Roxana Chávez
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
María Luisa Alcalá María Luisa Alcalá ... Agustina
Agustín Bernal ... Gómez
Luis Alberto Cano Luis Alberto Cano ... Karateca
José Chávez José Chávez ... Ministerio Publico
Gilberto de Anda Gilberto de Anda ... Redactor
Gabriela del Valle Gabriela del Valle ... Modelo
Carlos East ... Médico
José Ezqueda José Ezqueda ... Juez


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16 February 1989 (Mexico) See more »

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Only for Trujillo's fans. The great Valentin Trujillo.
3 January 2007 | by insomniac_rodSee all my reviews

Low budgeter turd starring the king of B-movies with low budget, Valentin Trujillo.

Well this movie deals about how women are raped in Mèxico City every 9 minutes. Trujillo is some sort of a social defensor of raped women and fights against authorities that do not proceed against well, rapists.

The film also focuses on legal issues. Let me explain myself. The movie describes how Mexican Criminal Law defines the term "rape". Also, defines how raped women need to declare against Ministerio Publico (D.A. more or less in USA) and how sometimes authorities won't listen to victims.

Olivia Collins is raped in the movie but the doctor that examines her determines that a crime wasn't committed. So Trujillo starts his action against authorities and of course, the rapist.

In this case the rapist is a terrible actor with a laughable sense of fashion. His head looks like a dead animal in the likes of Pepe Lepu.

Also, there's cheap publicity for Coca-Cola. Trujillo's telephone is a coca-cola bottle! and in the next scene he's seen drinking a coca-cola.

Well this is a cheesy low budgeter with the typical Valentin Trujillo movie with violence, sex related humor, and light exploitation.

Watch if only if you are a fan of Trujillo who by the way, delivers a serious dramatic performance.

Kudos for him. The rest of the movie is low quality. Also, expect stupid comical situations that were uncalled for in a movie that deals with a serious issue and pain in Mexican society.

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