Chepito, Let Me Show You…

Chepito, Let me Show You...

I like to photograph old people. I like to photograph young people. I like to photograph people, regardless of their age, really. I like to photograph people bonding. I like to photograph members of a family interacting, being kind to one another. That’s what life is all about.

Please, help me come up with possible things Ixchel would show to her little brother, Chepito. The most creative comment wins a post card!

Looking for Palladin Aside: In May, it will be the official showing of Looking for Palladin; a mayor movie filmed in La Antigua Guatemala and other parts of Guatemala.

Arrogant Hollywood talent agent, Josh Ross (David Moscow, is sent to Guatemala to find two-time Oscar winner actor Jack Palladin (Ben Gazzara). Although they’d never met, the search is emotionally complicated as the long-time retired star was once married to Josh’s late mother. The young agent’s contempt for the ‘old’ actor mirrors his comedic distaste for the local community, whose help he desperately needs to find him. What Josh hopes will be a quick and lucrative deal turns into a soul-searching journey. The retired star and his estranged stepson must confront the past they had forsaken (source: Looking For Palladin)

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  • What I am thinking about the fountain’s sculptures is not fit for young ears. 😉

  • Brooks

    What an exellent fountain – and perfect caption!

  • Luis Samayoa

    I have nothing against Pedro Armendariz Jr. and Angelica Alarcon because I’ve seen their work and they are fine actors, but what a shame that for a movie filmed in Guatemala the producers could not hire Guatemalan actors and actreses to play the main “guatemalan” characters. Or maybe they don’t know of Herbert Meneses, Luis Diaz, Eva Tamargo Lemus, etc. Don’t you think that Mr. Meneses would’ve been a good Chief of Police?

    Regarding the caption, Ixchel is telling Chepito: Why would you want to throw your “pisto” in the fountain to make a wish?

    “Pisto” is guatemalan slang for money.

  • Luis Toribio

    Simplemente, exelente Maestro.

  • What a great pic! That fountain brings your eye right up the photo. And I love photographing the kids.