Amazon Prime is releasing its first authentic movie from Mexico. Locas por el Cambio will premiere on Nov. 27 on the streaming platform, and isa comedy written and directed by Ihtzi Hurtado starring Sofía Sisniega from Membership de Cuervos and Mariel Molino of The Recreation of the Keys.
It tells the hilarious story of Paula, performed by Molina, a girl who has led a lifetime of privileges, however remains to be dissatisfied with its path, and Paulina, performed by Sisniega, who had the alternative expertise, and feels burdened with the duties of recent life.
Every little thing modifications for the 2 girls after they put themselves in one another’s sneakers and discover out all the pieces isn’t what it appears.
“Between entanglements and adventures, they’ll actually expertise in their very own head what makes them so completely different and related on the similar time,” reads a launch in regards to the movie.
Locas por el Cambio additionally stars Mauricio Argüelles of No Manches Frida 2, Juan Pablo Gil of Nosotros los Nobles, and Itatí Cantoral of Capadocia.
This movie is a part of a rising assortment of native Latin American Amazon Originals, together with Diablo Guardián, Un Extraño Enemigo, El Juego de las Llaves, and Pan y Circo.
It’s a part of an effort, it appears, to meet up with its competitors within the streaming platform trade.
Amazon’s competitor, Netflix, has been showcasing Latin American movie and tv for some time now. With the manufacturing of Locas por el Cambio, they search to “open the doorways to Latin American characteristic movies.”
For the movie’s manufacturing firm, Corazón Movies, it’s one other manufacturing to accomplice straight with streaming platforms like Amazon and Netflix.
“It’s important that corporations that grew up on this planet of cinema can adapt to the brand new actuality of the market. For Corazón Movies it’s an honor to proceed with this unbelievable alliance with Amazon Prime Video to create collection and direct-to-streaming motion pictures which are engaging to all Latin American audiences,” stated Eckehardt Von Damm, CEO of Corazón Movies.
Watch the trailer right here.