Austin in the music credits

Austin is among the cities showing Ladron que roba a ladron, a sign of the times, because this Spanish-language movie (with English subtitles) is being marketed only in cities deemed to be populated by a sufficient number of speakers of Spanish. The turnout was good at today’s two-o’clock showing at one of the two theaters screening it here, and Spanish was the language most in use among the audience, so it would appear that the marketers are correct about Austin. This isn’t a movie review, but I’m going to say that this is a great caper, with plenty of humor, and includes among its cast four actors who are stars in the telenovela world as romantic leads: Fernando Colunga, Miguel Varoni, lesser light Gabriel Soto, and veteran Saul Lisazo as a villain. Among the musicians credited at the end are Joel Guzman on accordion and the Tosca Strings. I’m sure that an Austin studio was credited with mixing some of the sound used in the movie, but I didn’t remember that long enough to write it down. Thus far, these music credits are not to be found at imdb, the official site, or Rotten Tomatoes.

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