Driving Ambition Takes Center Stage on Cine Mexicano in January

West Palm Beach, FL – December 17, 2019Cine Mexicano, the country’s top-rated Spanish-language movie channel offering an extensive library of titles including action, drama, comedy, rancheras, thrillers and commercial-free contemporary Mexican movies announces the network premiere of four action-packed stories about just how far human beings will go driven by ambition. Watch this month on Cine Mexicano to find out.


Sindicato de Lismoneros

01/01 – 10 p.m. ET

A group of beggars, housekeepers, windshield wipers, and disabled people come together to create a union to improve their working conditions. All is well until some troublemakers infiltrate the group to take advantage of the situation. Sindicato de Lismoneros is directed by Eduardo Martínez and stars Rafael Inclán, Artuto Martínez, Alfredo Solares, and Julio Bracho. Produced by Arturo Martínez and Ana Sánchez.


Las Monjitas de Durango

01/08 – 10 p.m. ET

In a story that explores the illegal trade, Rodolfo and his criminal followers devise a plan to establish an illegal market without being stopped by a police officers. Las Monjitas de Durango is directed by Lourdes Alvarez and stars Jorge Reynoso, Roberto Ballesteros, Edna Bolkan, and Rojo Grau. Produced by Ramón Barba Loza.


Las Mulas del Pueblo
01/15 – 10 p.m. ET

In a small town, life goes quietly by until Town President Agapito decides to sell “La Nena” (The Girl). Confusion reigns when the outraged villagers reject his decision. Las Mulas del Pueblo is directed by Victor Manuel -Güero Castro- and Carlos Durán, produced by Juan Carlos Sánchez and Eduardo Martínez. Starring Miguel Rodríguez, Manuel –Flaco- Ibáñez, Arturo Martínez, Jackie Castro, and Alfredo –Pelón- Solares.

Apuesta con la Muerte 2

01/22 – 10 p.m. ET

In an act of desperation, Valente makes a pact with Death to bring his brother Melecio back to life, never dreaming of the harrowing consequences of this sinister act. Apuesta con la Muerte 2 is directed by Hugo Barrientos. Starring Flavio Peniche, Baltazar Alvarez, Valente Gómez, Melecio Gómez, and Leticia Gómez. Produced by Pepe Barrientos.

Cine Mexicano is owned and operated by Olympusat, Inc. and is carried nationwide across all major network operators.

For more information, please visit: Cine Mexicano.com.

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