Museo, the new film by Mexico’s latest great director, Alonso Ruizpalacios, once again offers a rumination on the country’s capital city through the eyes of people who have yet to grow up. However, this is no repeat of 'Güeros.' The subjects aren’t young adults or children but a pair of man boys in their 30s who think they can make $1 million by stealing some of the most precious artifacts from the giant Museum of Anthropology in "El D.F." They find themselves in over their heads when they come realize the goods are so valuable that no collector wants them.
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