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Will you watch Guillermo del Toro’s ‘Mama’?

Two sisters who were left in the forest on their own for five years are found in decrepid condition. Once authorities handing the children over to their relatives, it becomes apparent that there is definitely something creepy in the mix. How else can two kiddos survive on their own?

As if a mother’s love isn’t strong already, this film captures a mother’s love for her offspring in a whole different light. Mexican director of Pan’s Labrynth and Hellboy, stamped his name on a new project where he has expanded upon the short film, Mama. The feature-length version stars Jessica Chastain (Zero Dark Thirty), Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Game of Thrones), Megan Charpentier, and Isabelle Nelisse.

According to the buzz online, viewers mostly have positive feelings about this movie- primarily because they have faith in del Toro’s directorial skills. They state that he is the kind of man that wouldn’t work on a film that is not worth his while. Overall, the consensus state that they feel it is either going to be amazing or a terrible flop. Below, you can watch the short film version and promotional trailer for yourself. Will you pay to watch this horror flick?

About Ces’Ari Garcia Delmuro

Born and raised in southern California to Mexican-American parents, Ces'Ari pronounced Chez-ah-ree, has always had a passion for learning a little bit of everything while maintaining close cultural ties. She graduated the University of California, Irvine with campus wide and political science honors attached to her B.A. in Political Science. The honors titles came from completing a senior thesis on the shared infrastructure between the United States and Mexico. Rather than jumping straight into law school after graduation, she decided to first give back to a community that had similar demographics to her own and thus, joined Teach For America (TFA) and relocated to Arizona during the height of SB 1070 tensions. While in TFA, Ces'Ari earned her M. Ed. in Secondary Education with an emphasis in Science from Arizona State University and completed research on HB 2281, the ethnic studies ban in Arizona. The injustices that the Latino community faces propels Ces'Ari toward furthering her education as a means of gaining a louder voice to speak on behalf of the Latino community. She is currently studying for the LSAT and plans on attending law school in fall 2013. You can find more of Ces'Ari's writing on her personal blog.

Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this article are solely those of the author and should not be understood to be shared by Being Latino, Inc.

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