Boston International
Film Festival
Session 7
Friday June 8, 2007    3:00PM TO 5:45PM
AMC/LOEWS Boston Common: 175 Tremont St. Boston

One Long Night (90 min)

Set in 1994 at the height of California Governor Pete
Wilson's administration, during the ugly struggle over a
controversial proposition that tore apart the Mexican and
Anglo American communities—One Long Night is the story
of a simple, conservative, half-Mexican half-Scottish
businessman trying to survive an insane night lost in Mexico
City among the drag queens, crooked cops, gangsters and
femme fatales.

Richard Macedo is sent on assignment to Mexico City just
days before his wedding. Alone south of the border, in a
country he's never been to, in a city that should have been
his home, Richard is kidnapped and robbed by Felix  (the
leader of a ruthless gang), after he witnesses the brutal
murder of an innocent store owner. He escapes only to fall—
literally—into the hands of a pair of drag queens who nearly
throw him out of a window with a used sex toy stuffed in his
mouth. He’s rescued by Patty, the beautiful performer at a
local club with whom Richard becomes smitten. To save his
life “the ladies” dress him as a woman to avoid detection—

This is the misadventure filled odyssey, full of exotic
characters and dangerous thrills and even more dangerous
liaisons of Richard Macedo. As he tries desperately to get
back to what he calls civilization, Richard learns amazing
things about his character, about his Mexican heritage, and
about the father he’s never known.

He learns not only where he’s from—but who he is—all in

"One Long Night" U.S.- Comedy, Thriller - 90 Mins.
Cast: Jon Seda, Karen Black, Alison Eastwood, Paul
Rodriguez, Ed Begley Jr. Itati Cantoral, Pedro Armendariz,
Hector Suarez Gomis.

Writer, Director & Producer: David Siqueiros
Martin J. Barab, Executive Producer
Reynaldo Villalobos, Cinematographer/DP
16mm Super
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