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Alberto Estrella est un Acteur Mexicain né le 23 septembre 1962 à Mexico (Mexique)

Alberto Estrella

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Nationalité Mexique
Naissance 23 septembre 1962 (58 ans) à Mexico (Mexique)

For other persons named Alberto Rodríguez, see Alberto Rodríguez.


Alberto Estrella (born Alberto Rodríguez Estrella; 23 September 1962) is a Mexican actor. He has appeared in more than 90 films and television shows since 1986.

Biographie

Estrella was born in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico. He starred in the film The Queen of the Night, which was entered into the 1994 Cannes Film Festival. His famous telenovela role was that of Marcial Andrade in Between Love and Hatred. He is also known for playing Emiliano Zapata in the film Santos Peregrinos.

Estrella worked in Entre el amor y el odio with Sabine Moussier and they later said that they enjoyed doing many scenes together, including those of sex and rape.

His brother is Ricardo Rodríguez Estrella.

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Filmographie de Alberto Estrella (7 films)

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No eres tú, soy yo
Réalisé par Alejandro Springall
Genres Drame, Comédie, Romance
Acteurs Eugenio Derbez, Alejandra Barros, Alberto Estrella, Martina García, Mónica Dionne, Regina Orozco
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Javier Herrera (Eugenio Derbez) is a man in love whose world comes crashing down shortly after his wedding when his wife, María (Alejandra Barros) tells him that she loves someone else. He must start over completely, with no money and no job, and a totally empty apartment. He tries esoteric therapies and even adopts a dog to attract women, but to no avail: Javier only remembers his ex- wife. Enter Julia (Martina García), a free-spirited young woman willing to be his friend unconditionally, if only Javier could forget Maria.
Quemar las naves, 1h44
Genres Drame
Thèmes Sexualité, Homosexualité, LGBT, LGBT
Acteurs Alberto Estrella, Diana Bracho, Ricardo Blume, Juan Carlos Barreto, Aida López
Rôle Emilio
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Helena (Irene Azuela) and Sebastián (Ángel Onésimo Nevárez) are a teenaged brother and sister who have been reunited at their home while looking after their ailing mother, singer Eugenia Díaz (Claudette Maille). Eugenia has been diagnosed with cancer and doesn't have long to live, and it has fallen to Helena and Sebastián to care for her in her last months, with Helena (who is older) spending her days with her mother while Sebastian goes to school and looks in on Eugenia in the evenings. Helena is obsessively caring for Sebastián, but while he loves his sister and mother, he seems detached from the affairs of his family. He's more drawn to his roughneck schoolmate Juan (Bernardo Benítez). As the reality of Eugenia's fate becomes clearer, Helena and Sebastián's confusion about love, mortality and family becomes more acute, and circumstances become even more muddled when they take in a boarder, Aurora (Jessica Segura), who falls in Sebastián's wealthy schoolmate Ismael (Ramón Valdez Urtiz).
Man on Fire, 2h20
Réalisé par Tony Scott
Origine Etats-Unis
Genres Drame, Thriller, Action, Policier
Thèmes Films pour enfants
Acteurs Denzel Washington, Dakota Fanning, Christopher Walken, Giancarlo Giannini, Radha Mitchell, Marc Anthony
Rôle Adjutant AFI
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John W. Creasy, un ex-agent de la CIA devenu alcoolique et dépressif, est engagé comme garde du corps par Samuel Ramos, membre d'une famille bourgeoise de Mexico. Creasy doit veiller sur sa fille Pita dans une région marquée par les enlèvements.
Zapata - El sueño del héroe
Réalisé par Alfonso Arau
Thèmes Politique
Acteurs Alejandro Fernandez, Patricia Velásquez, Arturo Beristáin, Alberto Estrella, Lucero, Jesús Ochoa
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The film happens in the last quarter of the 19th century and the first nineteen years of the twentieth, during the dictatorship of Porfirio Díaz (Justo Martínez), the presidency of Francisco I. Madero, the military revolt of Victoriano Huerta (Jesús Ochoa), the Convention of Generals and, finally, the death of Zapata (Alejandro Fernández), already in the constitutionalist stage of Venustiano Carranza. The film does not try to be a chair of history but a fable that obtains the identification of the spectators with the hero, through the successive confrontation of the protagonist with the power, represented in the antagonistic figure of Victoriano Huerta. In it, Emiliano Zapata appears like predestining, "the signal" in his chest, the mark or spot with the form of a little hand is the sign that identifies him as "the one" by the Huehuetlatolli (the heirs of the tradition) to be their guide. Thus, we see the birth of Emiliano, where he is recognized like the possible leader of his town. Zapata will have to break with his vision of the "real reality" and to enter in that other magical knowledge of the Mexican tradition and its inscrutable religious "sincretismo".