Y Tu Mama Tambien

Rated 3.0 Two Mexican teenagers (Gael Garcia Bernal, Diego Luna), while their girlfriends are touring Europe, take off for a beach weekend with an attractive older woman (Maribel Verdu)—and in the process learn more than they bargained for about her, each other, and themselves. The script by brothers Carlos and Alfonso Cuaron is rambling and picaresque; on one level it’s a coming-of-age-on-the-road movie, with some frankly sexual scenes. But the film is deeper and more substantial than it looks at first glance; what we get is the delicate process of a woman, for private reasons of her own, dragging two young louts kicking and screaming into manhood and an understanding of what men and woman can really mean to each other. Alfonso Cuaron directs with a naturalistic touch and an eye for background details.