La última mirada [videorecording] = The last gaze / Nao Films presenta una producción de Santiago Aguirre Felix, Nao Films, Revolution 435D&C, Conaculta Imcine, Ollin Studio, Carlos Arriaga Jordán y Agélica Espinoza Ortega, Estudios Churubusco Azteca, TVI Films
DVDs | DistriMax | 2009 | [Widescreen version.]
Not Available at Adult DVD-Feature Film (DUE 06-02-15)
Houston, Tex. : DistriMax, 
1 videodisc (123 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
DVD; Dolby Digital 2.0 stereo.
In Spanish, with English subtitles.
Title from container.
Sergi Mateo, Marisol Centeno, Arcelia Ramírez, Gina Morett, Aenrique Arreola, Martín LaSalle, Samuel Gallegos, Pablo Astiazarán.
Director, Patricia Arriaga Jordán ; director of photography, Héctor Ortega ; editor, Miguel Lavandeira ; original music, Rodrigo Sigal.
Originally released as a motion picture in 2006.
MPAA rating: R; strong sexual content, nudity, violence, drug use and language.
Un pintor a punto de quedar ciego se encuentra de manera fortuita con una joven en un burdel en el desierto mexicano. Dos vidas distantes pero paralelas se entretejen con sorprendentes vueltas del destino.
Homero is a painter. Mei is a young girl who has been abandoned by her mother at a brothel. Homero has a difficult time accepting the fact that he is going blind from an inherited condition. He visits his father, who is blind from the same condition, at a rest home. He does everything he can to not let his father know that he is going blind. He has even gone so far as to memorize passages of books so he can pretend to read them to his father during their visits. When he is told he only has about one week left to see he decides what 'view' would bring him the most happiness and he pursues the task of seeing that view. Mei is a daughter of a prostitute and does not know her father. She is left in a brothel and works as a maid to pay for the room and board for her and her grandparents. Homero meets Mei and their two separate lives will be forever linked by destiny.