Alejandro Fernandez and Rubén Albarrán (Café Tacuba) are only two of the many that will be starring in the new documentary, “Hecho en Mexico.” (Photos/”Hecho en Mexico” website)

A documentary starring Diego Luna shows another face of Mexico

Mexico has been characterized as a land ruled by drug trafficking, murder and corruption.  A movie wants to change that view.

On Nov. 30, 2012, “Hecho en Mexico” (Made in Mexico), a documentary by director Duncan Bridgeman, showcases a tale of Mexico told by the country’s greatest performers and sharpest minds.

The movie stars Diego Luna, Julieta Venegas, Alejandro Fernandez, Rubén Albarrán (Café Tacuba), Residente (Calle 13), Daniel Giménez Cacho, Chavela Vargas, Lila Downs and many more.

The film aims to reclaim Mexico through original songs, conversations, reflections, wisdom and humor, which highlight the rich cultural diversity of the country.

This musical journey through modern day “Mexicanity” will play in selected theaters in Los Angeles.

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