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Survive! (film)

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Survive!
Survive Poster.jpg
Directed byRené Cardona Jr.
Produced byRené Cardona
René Cardona Jr.
Screenplay byRené Cardona Jr.
Based onSurvive! by Clay Blair
StarringSebastián Ligarde
Luz María Aguilar
Music byGerald Fried
Raúl Lavista
CinematographyGenaro Hurtado
Luis Medina
Edited byMarshall M. Borden
Alfredo Rosas Priego
Production
companies
Avant Films S.A.
Corporación Nacional Cinematográfica (CONACINE)
Productora Fílmica Real
Productora Fílmica G.M.
Distributed byParamount Pictures (United States)
Release date
January 15, 1976
Running time
111 minutes
CountryMexico
LanguagesSpanish
English

Survive! (Spanish: Supervivientes de los Andes - Andes Survivors) is a 1976 Mexican thriller film directed by René Cardona Jr.[1] The film was released on January 15, 1976 in Mexico and is based on the 1973 book Survive! by Clay Blair, which is based on the Uruguayan Air Force Flight 571.[2][3]

Premise

A Uruguayan rugby team crashes in the Andes Mountains and has to survive the extremely cold temperatures and rough climate. As some of the people die, the survivors are forced to make a terrible decision between starvation and cannibalism.

Cast

Reception

The New York Times gave a negative review for Survive!, calling it "an irksomely dubbed film of rudimentary exposition with a sometimes tinny musical accompaniment".[4] Roger Ebert gave the film zero stars, saying, "In most movies featuring a lot of blood and cuts and close-ups of festering wounds and all that, the typical audience laughs to break the tension (horror movies almost always play as comedies). With Survive! though, the audience tends to be a little more sober, a little more thoughtful. Maybe that's because we realize that underlying this rather dumb, uninspired, even crude film is a true story of such compelling power that we're forced to think and respond."[5]

Over the Labor Day weekend 1976, the film opened in Chicago and grossed $1,060,000 from 63 theaters which propelled it to number one at the US box office.[6] [7]

See also

References

  1. ^ Villa Roiz, Carlos (1997). Popocatépetl: mitos, ciencia y cultura : un cráter en el tiempo. Plaza y Valdés. p. 336. ISBN 9688564885.
  2. ^ Dolores Tierney, Victoria Ruétalo (2009). Latsploitation, Exploitation Cinemas, and Latin America. Routledge. pp. 160, 163, 166–167. ISBN 978-0415993869.
  3. ^ Hofler, Robert (2010). Party Animals. Da Capo Press. pp. 40–41. ISBN 978-0306816550.
  4. ^ "The Screen: 'Survive!'". The New York Times. Retrieved 27 December 2013.
  5. ^ Ebert, Roger (September 6, 1976). "Survive!". Chicago Sun-Times. Retrieved October 31, 2020 – via RogerEbert.com. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)0/4 stars
  6. ^ "'Survive' Smash $1,060,000, Chi; 'Bodyguard' Tall 22G, 'Wine' 17G". Variety. September 8, 1976. p. 14.
  7. ^ "50 Top-Grossing Films". Variety. September 15, 1976. p. 9.

External links

Category:Estudios Churubusco films


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