There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, Than are dreamt of in your philosophy. (“Hamlet” William Shakespeare.)
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This ongoing show that plays at The Mayan Theatre in Los Angeles, looks so good in this new documentary that I may have to drive down to see it.
The documentary that explores the fascinating cast of characters behind Lucha VaVoom – an enthralling combination of high-octane Mexican wrestling, retro-style burlesque dancing, and witty commentary provided by Hollywood’s most celebrated comedians. Discover how this family of wildly creative and passionate performers from diverse backgrounds, ethnicities, and gender orientations come together to create a unique shared experience. As the costumes, alter egos, and flamboyant performances are put on display, these masked marvels reveal their truest selves, offering up stories of perseverance, equality, and self-acceptance. Lucha VaVoom
Documentaries, have a duty to teach people about whatever their topic is. In Lucha Vavoom, there is a lot to teach so a lot to learn. If you are of Mexican heritage or are familiar with Burlesque, this show is a combo of both types of entertainment. The wrestling is original Mexican style wrestling. The burlesque is mild compared to today’s wild strip club offerings. The difference is that there are not only women, but a whole array of gender identities that perform either before, during. All are beautiful and vibrant.
I really like this documentary. My docs must have two things. They must be entertaining and they must teach me something. Is this film entertaining? Oh yes, yes it is. Did I learn something. Yes, several things, but the most interesting thing isn’t about the film, but about myself. I find that I am not so prudish in my old age. I love the beautiful people who did their acts and also loved the wrestlers. There is one wrestler that is a bit disturbing. He is seen taking his shirt off and ….well, I’ll let you watch yourself. I wouldn’t want to spill any spoilers. My advice is to catch this film on Amazon and soon on iTunes and Google Play. Worth watching.