Continue reading the main story Foto De izquierda a derecha, Alfonso Cuarón, Guillermo del Toro y Alejandro González Iñárritu en los Gotham Awards en 2006 Credit Stephen Lovekin/WireImage for the Independent Filmmaker Project, vía Getty Images Read in English CIUDAD DE MÉXICO — En la década de los sesenta en Estados Unidos, una mujer de limpieza que no puede hablar y vive al lado de un artista gay se enamora de una criatura marina cautiva en un laboratorio del gobierno para experimentos...
MEXICO CITY — In 1960s America, a cleaning woman who can’t speak and lives next door to a gay artist falls in love with a humanoid sea creature held in a government lab for Cold War experiments.
SAN JERÓNIMO COYULA, Mexico — This ragged town at the foot of the smoking Popocatépetl volcano is one of the communities in Mexico with deep ties to the United States. Since the 1980s, thousands of its residents have trekked to what they call El Norte, particularly to New York City and the Hamptons of Long Island. For decades, migrants have mixed the cement, laid the bricks and painted the walls of grand houses there.
Great line from L.A Times story on Pena Nieto-Kushner meeting...
"Kushner's expansive foreign affairs portfolio includes U.S.-Mexico issues, though he is not known to have had any expertise in the field..."
BOOM - Guillermo del Toro wins best director - making four times directors from Mexico have done it in five years.
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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