Wandering Lives Trailer

Wandering Lives Trailer (1985)

19 September 1985 90 mins

Drawing on personal experiences, de la Riva follows an itinerant movie projectionist who travels along the mountain back-roads in a battered truck, showing classic movies to lumberjacks off the tailgate. Camping, sleeping on old film posters in cheap hotels, Francisco’s life is rootless. A younger vagabond becomes his helper, then a pretty young woman becomes their companion. Along with a backwoods carpenter, the two young people help Francisco attempt to realize an elusive dream—to settle in his hometown, build his own theatre and show his cherished movies.

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Cast

José Carlos Ruiz

as Francisco

José Carlos Ruiz

as Guillermo

International Releases Dates

Mexico 19 September 1985

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