Mexican Cinema - Amores Perros

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Define 'triptych'.
A triptych of stories told from alternating viewpoints.
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What is meant by the term 'national cinema'?
National cinema is a term sometimes used in film theory and film criticism to describe the films associated with a specific country. The films provide a unique window into other cultures.
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When was Amores Perros released?
2000.
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Who directed Amores Perros?
Alejandro Gonzales Inarritu.
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Who played El Chivo?
Emilio Echevarria.
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Who played Octavio?
Gael Garcia Bernal.
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Who plays Valeria?
Goya Toledo.
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Who plays Susana?
Vanessa Bauche.
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Who plays Ramiro?
Marco Perez.
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Who plays Octavio's friend, Jorge?
Humberto Busto.
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Who plays Daniel?
Alvaro Guerrero.
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Who plays Jarocho?
Gustavo Sanchez Parra.
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How many Ariel Awards (Mexico) did Amores Perros win, and in what year?
1 Golden Ariel Award and 10 Silver Ariel Awards in 2001.
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