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The removal of the image from Valeria’s last publicity campaign, later in the third episode, as a now shaved and short-haired Chivo has some pictures of his new self taken, conveys a similar effect. The huge billboard is just a piece of the urban landscape for el Chivo, who inadvertently passes it on his way to his daughter’s house. Yet for Valeria and for the spectator, the Enchant advertisement tells a different story. The huge billboard with Valeria’s image is first seen from Daniel’s point of view from the inside of his family car as an insert of their story in the middle of the first episode.
Allá en el Rancho Grande (Out on the big ranch; 1948) is a remake of the film that in the previous decade inaugurated one of the country’s most popular genres, the ranchera. Infante’s box-office rival Jorge Negrete stars in a musical romantic comedy that includes a male character who would have paid one hundred pesos to sleep with his best friend’s girlfriend and a stepmother who sells her Cinderella-like daughter to pay for her other daughter’s wedding. The various forms of violence and excess that may be found in Luis Buñuel’s Mexican films have often been attributed to the Spanish director’s allegiance to the surrealist ethos; yet Los olvidados (1950), Él (1952), El bruto (1952), Ensayo de un crimen (The Criminal life of Archibaldo la Cruz; 1955), and others are as recognizably Mexican as the other films mentioned here in their ruthless attack on various social flaws.
Around twenty-five minutes from the end of the film, el Chivo’s attentive stalking of his next victim is abruptly disrupted by the sound of colliding metal and shattering glass. He hurries to the spot and leaves shortly after with Octavio’s wallet and the seriously wounded Cofi. This time there is no intertitle after the accident, since the film’s third The Films of Alejandro González Iñárritu | 25 intertitle, “El Chivo y Maru,” has already appeared ten minutes earlier to take us back in the film’s chronological timeline to some imprecise moment previous to the crash.
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