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Abandoned by their girlfriends for the summer, rich teenagers Tenoch and Julio meet older woman Luisa at a wedding. Trying to impress Luisa, the friends tell her they are headed on a road trip to a beautiful, secret beach called Boca del Cielo (Heaven's Mouth). Intrigued with their story and desperate to escape, Luisa asks if she can join them on their trip. Soon the three are headed out of Mexico City, making their way towards the fictional destination. Along the way Luisa seduces the two young men, and they begin to argue over her. As they continue their journey, caught up in their own world, the wealthy trio all but ignores the harsh realities of poverty that surround them.


  • Daniel Giménez Cacho
  • Ana López Mercado
  • Diego Luna
  • Gael García Bernal
  • Nathan Grinberg
  • Verónica Langer
  • María Aura
  • Giselle Audirac
  • Arturo Ríos
  • Andrés Almeida

Did You Know?


  • The music video for Molotov's title song, "Here comes the Mayo", includes outtakes from the film, including scenes deleted from the theatrical release. These scenes are also available on the official webpage.
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  • In the scene where Louisa wakes up in the car at the beach, in the shot inside the car, her jeans are torn at the left knee. Subsequent shots show an un-torn pair of jeans.
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    • Luisa: You have to make the clitoris your best friend.
    • Tenoch: What kind of friend is always hiding?
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One of those movies where after that summer, nothing would ever be the same again. Yes, but it redefines nothing.

Metacritic review by Roger Ebert
Roger Ebert
Chicago Sun-Times

Raunchy, smart, ebullient, melancholy, insightful, surprising, funny, frank and sexy as all get-out.

Metacritic review by Mark Caro
Mark Caro
Chicago Tribune

That rare thing, a Hollywood teen flick transfigured into something like pubescent scripture: In the beginning, there was lust; in the end, there is knowledge.

Metacritic review by Carrie Rickey
Carrie Rickey
Philadelphia Inquirer