Sultanes del Sur
Sultans of the South is a Mexican action film from 2007 directed by Alejandro Lozano.
|Sultans of South|
|Directed by||Alejandro Lozano|
|Written by||Tony Dalton|
|Produced by||Marco Polo Constandse|
Ana de la Reguera
|Cinematography||Juan Jose Saravia|
|Edited by||Luis de la Madrid|
|Music by||Xavier Capellas|
|Distributed by||Videocine Distribución|
This is the second film by Lozano after Killing Cabos three years earlier. It was made with the same production team and under the same idea of tackling the action genre and refreshing it with a new twist in the Mexican cinema, which had moved away from action movies in the last two decades.
- The locations south Sultans were in Buenos Aires.
- The advertising slogan was: Stealing $12 million easy. Surviving to spare, not so much.
The story begins with a robbery taking place in Mexico City. The band consists of Carlos, Leonardo, Monica and Leserio had agreed to travel to Argentina to launder money. Arriving in Buenos Aires are in a mob war in which someone takes the opportunity to steal the money and have to recover and give to those who wait.