Los Ultimos Cristeros

  • October 4, 2013 / 19:00
  • October 5, 2013 / 18:00

Director: Matias Meyer
Cast: Alejandro Limón, Antonio García, Jesús Moisés Rodríguez, Salvador Ferreiro, Abel Lozano
Mexico, Netherlands; color, 90’, 2011
Spanish with Turkish subtitles


The plot occurs around 1925 in Mexico when the Mexican government decides to severely restrict religious freedoms. It is the story of a few rebels, The Cristeros that fight for the right to freely and publicly practice their Catholic faith. The movie follows a few of those rebels with their doubts and their struggles. The movie is loosely based on true historical facts.

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