Directed by Alex Hammond and Ian Markiewicz – In Mexico, the war between good and evil has been waged each week for decades, thrilling generations of fans with the spectacle and insight of Lucha Libre. Real-life superheroes and villains, these masked wrestlers work tirelessly to entertain their legions of fans. Gaining unprecedented access to the largest Lucha federations, Alex Hammond and Ian Markiewicz offer an entertaining, no holds barred look at some of the sport’s top performers, from the “1000% Guapo” Shocker, the little person mascot KeMonito, the Luchador heir Blue Demon Jr, hardcore wrestler El Hijo Del Perro Aguayo, and American bodybuilder Jon “Strongman” Andersen.
Here’s the trailer for Lucha Libre from the movie:
Opens Theatrically in New York and Los Angeles plus 25+ cities nationwide on July 15th, 2016.
Cities: New York, Los Angeles, and multiple regional markets including: Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, El Paso, Houston, New Orleans, Phoenix, San Diego, Santa Fe, Seattle and more to roll-out.
Film Website: www.luchamexicofilm.com
Running Time: 105 Minutes/ Language: English, Spanish/ Country: USA
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