Do It Like an Hombre

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Do It Like an Hombre (Spanish: Hazlo como hombre)[2] is a 2017 Mexican-Chilean comedy-drama film written and directed Nicolás López. The film starred by Mauricio Ochmann, Alfonso Dosal and Aislinn Derbez in lead roles along with Humberto Busto, Ignacia Allamand and Ariel Levy.[3]

Do It Like an Hombre
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Theatrical release poster
Hazlo como hombre
Directed byNicolás López
Produced by
  • Aislinn Derbez
  • Nicolás López
  • Mauricio Ochmann
  • Rodrigo Trujillo
  • Miguel Asensio Llamas
Screenplay by
Music byManuel Riveiro
CinematographyAntonio Quercia
Edited byDiego Macho Gómez
  • Sobras International Pictures[1]
  • A Toda Madre Entertainment[1]
  • Bh5[1]
Distributed byPantelion Films
Release date
  • 11 August 2017 (2017-08-11) (Mexico)
Running time
109 minutes
  • Mexico
  • Chile
Box office$2.18 million[2]

The film grossed $182.17 million pesos in Mexico, and is the sixth highest-grossing Mexican film.[1][4][5]


Raúl (Mauricio Ochmann), Eduardo (Humberto Busto) and Santiago (Alfonso Dosal) have led a happy and "masculine" life from their childhood, until, one day, Santiago confesses to them that he is gay. Raúl, the homophobic god, will try to convince his friend that his is nothing more than a simple sexual confusion, until, when the situation becomes unsustainable, Raúl will leave aside his prejudices and decide to help Santiago to venture into their new life.



GLAAD criticized the film as especially homophobic in its 2018 report "Studio Responsibility Index"[6] stating: "Overall, this movie contained so much anti-gay language and sentiment played for laughs, that Raúl coming around is barely consequential. While this film did pass the Vito Russo Test by including an LGBTQ character who was significant to the plot and had the same sort of unique personality traits as non-LGBTQ characters, it does not stop the film from being incredibly offensive."


  1. ^ a b c d "'Hazlo como hombre', quinta película mexicana más vista en la historia". (in Spanish). Retrieved 17 September 2017.
  2. ^ a b "Hazlo Como Hombre (Do It Like An Hombre)". Retrieved 17 September 2017.
  3. ^ Acosta, Gabriel. "Hazlo como hombre, le da la vuelta al término gay". (in Spanish). Retrieved 17 September 2017.
  4. ^ Morales, Paco. ""Hazlo como hombre", en el top 5 de las películas más vistas de la historia de México". (in Spanish). Retrieved 17 September 2017.
  5. ^ "Las 10 cintas mexicanas más taquilleras". Milenio. Grupo Milenio. 31 May 2016. Retrieved 2 January 2019. In Spanish.
  6. ^ "2018 Studio Responsibility Index" (PDF). GLAAD. Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation. Retrieved 22 May 2018.

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