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Los Tigres del Norte documental

Los Tigres del Norte: Historia que cuenta, the documentary that talks about migration

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Throughout their more than 50-year career, Los Tigres del Norte have told many stories, but without a doubt a topic that has characterized them is migration.

If there is a musical group that is a symbol of the Mexican community in the United States, it’s Los Tigres del Norte. A large part of their repertoire tells of migration, the difficulties of fellow citizens in the neighboring country and everything that a migrant leaves behind. These situations are reflected in the documentary Los Tigres del Norte: Historias que contar (Los Tigres del Norte: Stories to tell).

Throughout their more than 50-year career, Los Tigres del Norte have told many stories, but without a doubt a topic that has characterized them is migration, as well as what Mexicans go through in the United States when they’re already there, something they lived in the flesh, because from a very young age they had to leave for their father’s health.

With this documentary, Los Tigres del Norte want to show their most human side, what they represent through their family:
Credit: Prensa Libre

“We want to convey that, we want people to know that despite the fact that this group came many years ago, that they came (to the United States) as a family, as brothers to support those who stayed behind, that it’s a success story. If you manage to work together, work united, many things can be achieved, not only in the work area, which for us is the artistic aspect, but also in the family aspect,” said Luis Hernández, vocalist and bassist of the band.

Los Tigres del Norte and a documentary about their origins

Under the direction of Carlos Pérez Osorio, Los Tigres del Norte: Historias que contar, available on Amazon Prime Video, is a documentary where the group tells of its origins, as well as its most difficult moments, in their own words. In addition, friends like Julieta Venegas and Arturo Pérez Reverte appear in it.

“The guests are our friends from many years ago. They know the history of Los Tigres del Norte. We are very happy that they were able to participate and that they have taken the time and kindness towards us,” said vocalist Eduardo Hernández.

With this documentary, Los Tigres del Norte want to show their most human side, what they represent through their family:
Credit: Al Día News

Los Tigres del Norte are a group originally from Sinaloa, specifically from the Rosa Morada ranch, who released their first albums in the late 1960s and early 70s; they’ve been awarded seven Grammys and six Latin Grammys.

“Our hearts feel the sensitivity of being able to transmit what we are saying and being able to relive a period of our lives through filming, telling the stories as they are,” said Jorge Hernández, leader of the band, in a recent interview.

With this documentary, Los Tigres del Norte want to show their most human side, what they represent through their family:
Credit: Vanguardia

“We want the public to see precisely that family side, the most human side of Los Tigres del Norte, because usually we’re giving concerts, interviews, all that side that we see as our job,” said Luis Hernández.

“We want the public to see precisely that family side, the most human side of Los Tigres del Norte, because usually we’re giving concerts, interviews, all that side that we see as our job,” said Luis Hernández.

Source: Chicago Tribune/France 24/Prensario

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