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Las delicias del poder

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Las delicias del poder
Directed byIván Lipkies
Written byMaría Elena Velasco
Produced byIvette E. Lipkies
StarringMaría Elena Velasco
Ernesto Gómez Cruz
Irma Dorantes
Farnesio de Bernal
Adalberto Martínez
Héctor Ortega
CinematographyAlberto Lee
Edited byAntonio Belmont
Iván Lipkies
Music byÁlvaro Cerviño
Production
company
Distributed byVlady Realizadores
Release date
  • January 1999 (1999-01) (Mexico)
Running time
129 minutes
CountryMexico
LanguageSpanish
Box office$11,157,108 (MXN)[1]

Las delicias del poder ("The Delights of Power") is a 1999 Mexican political satire comedy film directed by Iván Lipkies starring María Elena Velasco as La India María with Ernesto Gómez Cruz, Irma Dorantes, and Adalberto Martínez. The film broke the box-office record in Mexico at the time of its release[2] earning 11 million pesos and having been the second-highest grossing film of the year.[1]

Plot

In 1952, the presidential candidate of the PUM political party Carmelo Barriga visits the rural town of San Jilemón el Alto where he gives a speech promoting his candidacy and political party. During the speech and among the townspeople, a young woman gives birth to two twin girls. In a political move, Carmelo decides to adopt one of the girls whom he names Lorena and who becomes an active politician in her own political party, the PUF. Lorena then becomes a presidential candidate running against her rival, Santos Barboza of the PUM. When Lorena and her campaign visits San Toribio del Trueno, a firework accident causes her to abandon the candidacy. Fortunately, campaign member Gonzalo remembers about Lorena's twin and decides to search for her so that she can substitute Lorena and therefore the campaign can resume.

Cast

Campaña de Carmelo

  • Pancho Cruz as Porrista
  • Rosa Isela González as Mujer embarazada
  • Paola Flores as Mujer indígena
  • Esperanza Valerio as Comadrona
  • Ingrid Quintana as Jovencita
  • Goretti Lipkies as Enfermera
  • Miguel Ramírez as Doctor

Auditorio W.T.C

  • Sergio Zaldivar as Reportero
  • Joel Adame Salazar as Reportero
  • Gaby Cairo as Reportera de T.V.
  • Miguel Ángel Mejía as Guarura de Carmelo
  • Enrique Juárez as Guarura de Carmelo

Oficina Santos

  • Osvaldo Álvarez as Periodista
  • Daniel Rojo as Periodista
  • Jovita Ocampo as Ciudadana
  • Blanca Vargas as Ciudadana

Mercado

  • Andrea Villa as Locataria
  • Tony Martínez as Marchanta
  • Tere Ocampo as Marchanta jarocha

Campaña Lorena

  • Adrián Méndez as Cohetero
  • Jorge Lazcano as Cohetero
  • Fernando Castro as Presidente municipal

Hospital

  • Claudia Fandiño as Enfermera
  • Rodrigo de Garay as Locutor de T.V.
  • Alfredo Visoso as Doctor en camilla
  • Gloria Velasco as Doctora

Pueblo sin agua

  • Gregorio Ruíz as Campesino

Mercado de Jamaica

Delegación

  • Ramón Barrera as Burócrata

Casa de Carmelo

  • Eduardo Pesqueira as Director de periódico
  • Francisco Duarte as Director de periódico
  • Cecilia Alcocer as Locutora de T.V.
  • Roberto Morlet as Guardacasa en calle
  • Marcial Casale as Guardacasa en caseta

Teotihuacan

  • Ernesto Pape as Empresario americano
  • Rubén Cerda as Congresista gordo
  • José Luis Pape as Americano con puro
  • Yekaterina Kiev as Edecán con camotes
  • Sandra Rojas as Bailarina
  • Pola Klagge as Mtra. de ceremonias
  • Víctor Jackson as Bailarín
  • Domingo Rivera as Mesero
  • Alejandro Cairo as Arqueólogo
  • Lázaro Patterson as Americano de color

Noticiero de televisión

  • Álvaro Cerviño as Locutor
  • Rocío Yeo as Locutora

Aeropuerto

Escuela de policía

  • Alejandro Linares as Policía entrenador
  • Eugenio Lobo as Reportero
  • Rafael Rodríguez as Tirador

Cena japonesa

  • Gerardo Carmona as Chef japonés
  • Kiyohiro Watanabe as Chef japonés
  • Shoki Goto as Embajador
  • Tamy Yumibe as Esposa
  • Kosuke Heianna as Canciller
  • Roberto Wock as Guardaespaldas
  • Kasuko Nagao as Comensal
  • Sayuri Takahashi as Comensal
  • Lulu Delgado as Geisha
  • Minerva García as Geisha

Debate

  • Jorge Obregón as Curioso en debate
  • Hilario García as Jefe de seguridad
  • Oscar Vives as Turrubiates
  • Evaristo Osorio as Opportunista
  • Gerardo Campbell as Benavides
  • Adriana del Río as Moderadora

Avenida

References

  1. ^ a b Vértigo: análisis y pensamiento de México, Issues 224-232. Grupo Editorial Diez. 2005.
  2. ^ "Vlady Realizadores - Quiénes Somos". Retrieved 11 November 2012.

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