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El estudiante
El estudiante.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed byRoberto Girault
Produced byGastón Pavlovich
Written byRoberto Girault
StarringJorge Lavat
Norma Lazareno
José Carlos Ruiz
Jeannine Derbez
Siouzana Melikian
Cristina Obregón
Distributed byHalo Studio
Release date
  • 14 August 2009 (2009-08-14)
Running time
95 minutes

El estudiante (English: The Student) is a 2009 Mexican film written and directed by Roberto Girault, and starring Jorge Lavat, Norma Lazareno, José Carlos Ruiz, Jeannine Derbez, Siouzana Melikián and Cristina Obregón. The film depicts the story of a 70-year-old man called Chano, who decides to go to university despite his age.


The story takes place in the city of Guanajuato. The story is about a 70-year-old man called Chano who decides to enroll in a university course in order to study literature. Chano tries to break the generation gap using his passion for Don Quixote. He clashes with the different traditions and they all share their dreams and experiences.




The film was shot in well-known locations in Guanajuato city where they worked for 6 weeks. The scenes inside the university were shot at Universidad de Guanajuato.


The limited release of this film happened gradually in 100 locations in Mexico. It was also screened in various film festivals, including the Chicago Latino Film Festival and Latin American Film Festival of Grand Rapids, Michigan.


The film won the Mexican film critics award "Diosa de Plata", despite not being nominated in any category by the Academy.

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