¡Que viva México! | Official Trailer | Netflix

EVERY MAN FOR HIMSELF! Luis Estrada is back with his new movie ¡Que Viva México!, on Netflix November 16th.

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¡Que viva México! | Official Trailer | Netflix

After his miner grandfather’s death, Pancho travels with his wife and kids to his hometown, where chaos ensues with his relatives over the inheritance.



  1. For our North American friends and those of the rest of the world. To understand the context of the film ¡Que Viva México! You have to see who Luis Estrada is, here is a short biography:

    Luis Estrada Rodríguez (Mexico City, January 17, 1962) is a Mexican film director, screenwriter and producer. He is mainly known for his denunciation films on controversial issues in Mexican politics:

    La Ley De Herodes
    1939 to 2000
    From Plutarco Elías Calles to Ernesto Zedillo Ponce de León
    It is a satirical comedy about political corruption in Mexico, specifically during the mandates headed by the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) in the country. The film is set in 1949, the year in which President Miguel Alemán Valdés ruled; However, because it was filmed and released during the last decade that the PRI ruled, before its first defeat in national elections, the plot was more of a criticism of the six-year terms of Carlos Salinas de Gortari and Ernesto Zedillo.

    Un Mundo Maravilloso
    2000 to 2006
    Vicente Fox Quesada
    The term Foxilandia, referring to the work of Vicente Fox, has frequently had clearly political ends, it has been used to refer critically to the work of the Fox government. The term was adopted as the title of a political documentary called "Adventures in Foxilandia", directed by Carlos Mendoza, which gave him more popularity. The origin of the controversy over the reality and facts that led to the coining of the term "Foxilandia" is in certain official statements by President Fox, in which the reality of Mexico under his mandate is presented in unusually positive terms.

    El Infierno
    2006 to 2012
    Felipe de Jesus Calderon Hinojosa
    The problem of drug trafficking and organized crime in Mexico, building a negative criticism towards the government of Felipe Calderón Hinojosa, president of Mexico in turn during the premiere of the film, as well as the social conditions caused by the War against drug trafficking during his government.

    La Dictadura Perfecta
    2012 to 2018
    Enrique Pena Nieto
    The film reflected an open criticism of the government of Enrique Peña Nieto, current president of Mexico during its premiere, as well as the network of corruption that he established with Televisa, the largest media company in the American continent.

    Que viva México
    2018 to 2024
    Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador

  2. Wow, they are actually representing the true faces of Mexico and not the typical European whitewashing soap operas/TV shows you see in Mexico.

  3. De nuevo poner a los pobres como buenos y a los ricos como malos, cómo lo hace AMLO, no 3ntienden que hay pobres malos y ricos malos y pocos pobres y ricos son buenos..

  4. So this is what happened to Gilberto Rodríguez Orejuela. I’m glad this amazing team made a new movie I love all their previous films

  5. I love Luis Estrada's films so fun to watch with a powerful messege on the mexican government

  6. Que asco de película con sólo ver elenco se me revuelve el estómago…

  7. Tanto qué criticarle al gobierno actual y van a callar como momias.

    Luis Estrada siempre ha sido un director al servicio de López Obrador.

    Damian Alcazar el diputado constituyente con más faltas y sin presentar una sola iniciativa.

    Son una vergüenza

  8. La quiero ver y soy Boricua. Tu sabes! Me críe viendo estos actores en novelas a diario. “Que viva mexico!”

  9. “poor Mexico, so far from God and so close to The United States“ alright I’m watching this 😂

  10. Es un honor estar con obrador, aunque me gustaba más el otro título "primero los pobres" o el privilegio de mandar la película..

  11. Ahuevo ahí numas pa que recuerden quien es el mejor crítico político y social. El único que se a mantenido haciendo contenido educativo en toda la historia del cine mexicano!

    -Damián alcazar 👏👏👏
    -Luis Estrada

  12. Wonderful! This'll be a hit, if not immediately then as cult classic.
    Mexico explained for kids. Mexico lives. Family is everything. People are crazy.

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