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Forbidden Homework (1992)





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In this provocative drama from Mexican filmmaker Jaime Humberto Hermosillo, Julian Pastor plays a young college student who is living with his aunt. The student is taking a course in filmmaking and is working on a short video as a class project. An attractive middle-aged woman, Marieda (Maria Rojo), arrives to audition for a part in the video; when the film's male lead fails to show up, the young man takes the role as he auditions a romantic scene with the woman, and later they move from pretend lovemaking to the real thing. But as it turns out, this isn't the first time the boy and the woman have met, which leads to a disturbing revelation. Forbidden Homework was a semi-sequel to Hermosillo accalimed feature La Tarea. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi


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I remember seeing this movie about 10 years ago on television in Mexico while on vacation with my family. Watch it and you'll see why I think it's such a good movie. It is shot more like a play (it may have been a stage production before it was a movie). The movie itself caused a lot of controversy in Mexico when it was released. And the ending--talk about a twist. But don't worry-- they're not ghosts!

Rico Zamora
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