Sin Destino

Sin Destino

Utopia 7 Films



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In this portrait of life on the streets of Mexico City, a young hustler finds himself changed by his involvement in , violent acts.

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Reasons to Buy

  1. A young hustler finds his life changed by his violence in this gritty, sexually-charged portrait of life on the streets of Mexico City.
  2. Shot primarily in striking black and white, the film also offers a sensational, artful look at the sexual confusion of a kid who has been trained to think of himself as a lustful commodity.
  3. Originally released in 2002, Sin Destino has been a highly-coveted, hard-to-come-by film. It's finally back on DVD and available here EXCLUSIVELY at

DVD Features

Director's Commentary
Deleted and Extended Scenes with Commentary
Making-of Featurette: Five Years Later
Original Trailer


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4 Reviews for Sin Destino

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Review by Lewis Tice

By: Lewis Tice
In-House Review - Oct 20 2005
Inspired by Luis Buñuel's Los Olvidados, Mexican writer/director Leopoldo Laborde's haunting, engrossing film tells the story of Fran, a 15-year-old boy prostituting himself to men of all ages. His best friend, David, sells on the street to tee... Read More
1.00 out of 5

Review by ViewerMXCAD

By: ViewerMXCAD
The movie is actually really bad. The actors don't convey any emotion and the dialogues are poor, both in English and Spanish. I thought it was going to be more intense and more full of emotion, passion and excitement but it was the three things it l... Read More

Review by Amos Lassen

By: Amos Lassen
Francisco is Mexican and 15 years old. He struggles to survive on the streets and his main source of income is the money he makes prostituting himself for men. We are led to believe that this is a result of a contact that he once had with a man, Seba... Read More
4.00 out of 5

Review by Wondering Still...

By: Wondering Still...
Much more complex than I had anticipated, both in story and character's. A remarkable surprise for me and a wonder one. This is a very good film !

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