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Poster for Y Tu Mama Tambien

Y Tu Mama Tambien

Director: Alfonso Cuarón Run Time: 116 min. Format: Digital Rating: R Release Year: 2001 Language: Spanish with English Subtitles

Starring: Ana López Mercado, Daniel Giménez Cacho, Gael García Bernal, Maribel Verdú

Nitehawk Cinema and Tequila Ocho Present…

Two young boys, one slightly older attractive woman, one big life journey.

Go on a sexy road trip with Nitehawk and Tequila Ocho’s Film Feast presentation of Alfonso Cuarón’s Y TU MAMA TAMBIEN. As always, the screening includes delicious beverage and food menu pairings related to the film. The best part? You’ll be served each course during the specific moments that inspired the film so you can experience edible sensations while watching all of the action unfold on-screen!

Alfonso Cuarón’s (Gravity) Y Tu Mama Tambien is set against the backdrop of the political and economic realities of present-day Mexico and was, upon its release, immediately notorious for its controversial depiction of sexuality. Restless while their girlfriends are in Europe for the summer, friends Tenoch Iturbide and Julio Zapata meet 20-something Luisa Cortés (wife of Tenoch’s cousin) at a lavish family wedding. They try to impress Luisa by enticing her with promises of the most beautiful secluded beach in Mexico called Boca del Cielo (aka Heaven’s Mouth). And while neither their planned trip nor the beach is true, the three set out on a road trip of discovery about themselves, friendship, the outside world and, of course, sex and seduction.

Rule #1
Oyster “Tostada”, papalo, whipped avocado, mezcal and grapefruit foam
Drink Pairing: Sangre de Charolastra – Summer Wine with Tequila and Fresh Fruit

Rule #2
Tlayuda, beef tongue, black bean puree, queso oaxaca, salsa verde, lime crema
Drink Pairing: Ruptura de la Cerveza – Smoky Tomatillo Michelada

Rule #3
Cabrito Tamale, masa, guajillo mole, banana leaf
Drink Pairing: Agua de Vida – Single Estate Tequila Ocho with Traditional Oaxacan Sangrita

Rule #4
Flourless Chocolate Chile Cake, oaxacan spiced mousse
Drink Pairing: Juchitan Old Fashioned – Tequila and Mezcal Old Fashioned with Chocolate and Chilis


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