The cinema, which is a field for playing football;  To all those who love football, let the ball roll.

The cinema, which is a field for playing football; To all those who love football, let the ball roll.

Jaime Vazquez

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Organized in England, Italian football arrived in Mexico with the English miners of Real del Monte and Pachuca. Historical historian Don Fernando Marcos holds first meetings there and in the coffee plantations of Veracruz, the English Casino in Mexico City, and the British Club, reviewed in the journal Mexican Sportsman.

The first function of the cinematograph in our country was in 1896, and the first official team of football was in 1900: Pachuca Athletic Club, made up of British miners. A passion that has been circulating in neighborhoods and stadiums for decades, dreams of fans and teams that keep football in national enthusiasm: dream, hope, tragedy, joy, surrender and faith. And the ball rolled on the screen.

Premiered in 1944 Children of Don Venanciois a tape by Joaquín Pardavé, with his idol Horacio Casarín, containing a tearful appeal against the xenophobia that exists (and does) against the Spaniards in Mexico. Happy ending: The “prietitos” of Atlante face off against Asturias. Pardave in 1946 Descendants of Don Venancioless football melodrama.

Produced by Gregorio Walerstein and directed by Manuel Muñoz, the film premiered in 1964. striped chivasAntonio Espino, “Clavillazo”, Sara García and Club Guadalajara players with their idol Salvador “Chava” Reyes.

“Holy flock” starring in the second part: football phenomenonContaining a historical tale about Mexico’s first success at a World Cup. In fact, when we drew against Wales in 1958, it was “Solna’s hero” Jaime Belmonte, who scored the first goal for us. In 2018, Iván López Barba and Rubén Bañuelos direct to celebrate the latest championship chivas: movie.

Ícaro Cisneros takes advantage of the rivalry between Guadalajara and his staunch enemy América. shot on goal (1966). A romance breaks out in the stands between opposing fans: Lola Beltrán and David Reynoso.

Magic gloves of Amador Bendayán, a Venezuelan goalkeeper, bandit (1967), by Alberto Mariscal.

We hosted the ninth World Cup. On Sunday, May 31, 1970, in the opening match at noon, Mexico faced the USSR. Alberto Isaac, director of the 1968 Mexican Olympics Football Mexico 70History of the party where Mexico crowned the king of football Pelé in a charro hat on Aztec grass.

In 1978, Adalberto Martínez starred in the movie “Springs”. phenomenal football playerA sad movie directed by Fernando Cortés and featuring Club Toluca actors.

in this tenor chanfleby Enrique Segoviano and Chanfle IIby Roberto Gómez Bolaños, tapes to be forgotten.

Alfonso Arau sits in the director’s chair with the enthusiasm of hosting the World Cup for the second time in 1986. Chido Guan, gold studs, with group children, cascaritas, tragedy, and redemption in a scenario that seems like an intense “talking cantadito”, albur, and urban caló class. In 1986, Maradona was the “hand of God”.

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(2001) is Gustavo Loza’s first film, which treats football as a reaffirmation of values ​​and self-development.

Rude and Stale (2008) is perhaps the most successful. Directed by Carlos Cuarón, he plays football and life with brothers Tato and Beto Verdusco, starring Gael García Bernal and Diego Luna.

Documentary national illusion Olallo Rubio’s (2014) film takes a tour through our team’s complex history, a film that is very in tune with the World Cup days. Two successful productions: crows clubseries for Netflix and you are my passionabout the overflowing football fanaticism.

Juan Villoro, a Necaxista fan, wrote: “Football passion feeds on pain; every spectator finds a way to overcome certain diseases. Miracles are possible in Argentina, but they don’t last long; In Mexico they are postponed forever and victory must be imagined”.

Mexico is playing the illusion of a country that wants to see football in Qatar as a gateway to heaven and not as a gigantic ritual in a green rectangle, as it did in the first World Cup in Uruguay in 1930. sacrificial stone.

As Mr Ángel Fernández said: “To all who want and love football”, let the ball roll.

Jaime Vazquez Cultural supporter for over 40 years. He studied Philosophy at UNAM. He was a teacher at the Center for Cinematographic Education. He has published short stories, chronicles, reports, interviews and reviews. Digital site contributor: octaviopazone.

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