Bleak Street (DVD)

Year: 2015
Running Time: 99
Color Type: B&W
Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
Country: Mexico, Spain
Language: Spanish w/ English Subtitles
Genres: crime, Drama
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Bleak Street (DVD)

Bleak Street is the latest provocation from Mexican master Arturo Ripstein (Deep Crimson), a surreally entertaining neo-noir based on a true crime that shocked Mexico. Bleak Street tracks the nocturnal adventures and ill-fated encounter between two desperate old prostitutes and twin mini-luchadores. The Mexico City they traverse is a vice ridden dreamscape of crime, loneliness and poverty. The two ladies get mired in botched scams and unhappy relationships while the twins face a demanding life of family obligations and their wrestling careers. All these characters can do is journey ever deeper into the night, with no escape in sight, until fate brings them all together.


DVD Extras Include:

5.1 Surround


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