Emilio Aragón’s latest film could have a global reach…
Imagina International Sales has inked a deal to distribute the 54-year-old Cuba-born Spanish filmmaker’s A Night in Old Mexico in Europe, Latin America, Africa and the Middle East.
Aragón’s English-language road film stars Oscar winner Robert Duvall in the tale of a grandfather and grandson, perfect strangers, who set off on a journey in search of fun and adventure and discover their respective dreams during a frenzied pit stop in Mexico.
Along with Duvall, the film also stars War Horse‘s Jeremy Irvine, Angie Cepeda, Joaquín Cosío and Luis Tosar.
Aragón’s previous credits include Pájaros de papel.