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Indiewire

The film captures and romanticizes the happening, multi-culti rockabilly/emo scene and counter culture of Boyle Heights and Echo Parque, and features lots of home grown talent and spots like Self Help Graphics, the community visual arts mission center.

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REMEZCLA

"Only a native can provide a rich portrait of the habits, local fare, and eclectic characters that can make Southern California, despite its expanse, feel like a quaint little town. Filmmaker Alberto Barboza is just that kind of guide and his debut film, Cry Now, provides an insider’s tour of the highways and dives where Chicanos retread old country in post-punk attire."

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American Quarterly

Cry Now is Alberto Barboza’s deeply romantic, Chicano rockabilly ode to artistic practice set in Boyle Heights and Echo Park.

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The Huffington Post

"For a teenage Latino from a working-class background, it's not even that making a movie is unattainable," says Luis Lopez Aldana, a film producer. "It's that they don't consider it at all. Making movies is not even a potential career choice. It's mystic."

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LatinoLA

Miguel Angel Caballero stars opposite the late Emmy nominated actress Lupe Ontiveros in the World Premiere of CRY NOW hosted by New Filmmakers LA in downtown Los Angeles.

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Junior Cave

In my conversation with the rising actor/producer, Caballero explains why starting Cinetico Productions, LLC along with Luis Lopez Aldana and Alberto Barboza was important for him as an actor and producer.

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