After 21 years of Amores Perros, Alejandro González Iñárritu is caught recording in the streets of the Historic Center
Alejandro González Iñárritu has established itself in the film industry as one of the Mexican directors more important. After the success’ The Revenant ‘, the famous is working on his new film that has as a tentative title’Limbo‘.
For this new project the director returns to film Mexico. After 21 years of ‘Amores Perros’ he returns to record in the streets of the Aztec country.
In its new film Alejandro González Iñárritu He works hand in hand with actor Daniel Giménez Cacho, art director Eugenio Caballero and Iranian cinematographer Darius Khondji.
Although the details of the film have been kept completely hermetic, last week it was confirmed that Luz María Zetina and Noé Hernández are also part of the cast.
The newspaper Reforma highlighted that in ‘Limbo‘ the mexican director It will present Iñárritu’s vision of the political and social modernity of Mexico. It also stands out that the film is set in the 80s. But so far more details of the plot of the film are unknown.
When did the recording of the new Alejandro González Iñárritu film begin?
From the early hours of this Thursday, March 4, Alejandro González Iñárritu was caught recording in the Historic Center of Mexico City. The first reports indicate that it will be five months of filming in our country.
It transpired that the film will have locations in the Center of Mexico City, the Castle of Chapultepec and the Churubusco Studios.
The newspaper reported that punk girls, a builder with a helmet, students, office workers in suits, pre-Hispanic dancers and even a cotton man could be seen in the footage.
Due to the recordings of the Mexican tape, the Collective Transportation System reported that next Friday, March 5, the service of the Zócalo station will begin until 10 in the morning.
It should be noted that the return of Alejandro González Iñárritu It was scheduled for last month, but due to Covid-19 the recordings had to be delayed.
Alejandro González Iñarritu began filming his next film in Mexican lands🔥 pic.twitter.com/TrQO8NuI6z
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