Zapata: The dream of a hero Trailer

Zapata: The dream of a hero Trailer (2004)

"Zapata: The dream of a hero" 20 March 2004 Drama, War

This fictionalized portrayal of Emiliano Zapata as an Indigenous Mexican shaman, directed by Alfonso Arau, was reportedly the most expensive Mexican movie ever produced, with a massive ad campaign, and the largest ever opening in the nation's history. Unusual in the Mexican film industry, Zapata was financed independently.

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Cast

Alejandro Fernandez

as Emiliano Zapata

Lucero

as Esperanza

Jesús Ochoa

as Victoriano Huerta

Jaime Camil

as Eufemio Zapata

Fernando Becerril

as Presidente Francisco Madero

Miguel Couturier

as José Yves Limantour

Lucero

as Esperanza

Crew

Marcelo Del Rio

Marcelo Del Rio Supervising Art Director

Vittorio Storaro

Vittorio Storaro Cinematography

International Titles

Zapata Trailer

International Releases Dates

Mexico 20 March 2004

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