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Zaide Silvia Gutiérrez is a Actor Mexicaine born on 2 november 1959 at Mexico City (Mexique)

Zaide Silvia Gutiérrez

Zaide Silvia Gutiérrez
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Nationality Mexique
Birth 2 november 1959 (60 years) at Mexico City (Mexique)

Zaide Silvia Gutiérrez (born November 2, 1959) is a Mexican-born actress whose breakout role was the 1983 film El Norte.

Gutiérrez attended the National Autonomous University of Mexico, and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts, with highest honors, in Dramatic Literature and Theater. Her graduate work includes Theater Directing (Columbia University), Russian Literature, and Mexican Literature (National Autonomous University of Mexico). She graduated with a double major in Mexican Literature and Film Direction at the Ivy League stated above.

Since her debut in El Norte, Zaide appeared in over 35 feature films in Mexico, a country with a robust film industry.

She has appeared in two films by director Alex Cox, El Patrullero in 1991 and Death and the Compass in 1996.

In addition, she has appeared in many widely popular Latin American telenovelas, television productions, and both acts in and directs theatre.

Zaide recently appeared in Gregory Nava's Bordertown.



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Filmography of Zaide Silvia Gutiérrez (11 films)

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Hell
Hell (2010)
, 2h25
Directed by Luis Estrada
Genres Drama, Comedy, Crime
Themes Medical-themed films, Films about drugs
Actors Damián Alcázar, Joaquín Cosío, Ernesto Gómez Cruz, Elizabeth Cervantes, Jorge Zárate, Daniel Giménez Cacho
Roles Señora Buitre
Rating77% 3.893733.893733.893733.893733.89373
Benjamín "Benny" García is deported from the United States to his hometown in Mexico (a fictional place named San Miguel Arcángel). Back home is a bleak picture, he can't find an honest job and most of the town is held with the business of drug trafficking. Benny gets involved in the narco business, a "spectacular" job where he gets a lot of money, women and fun. But soon he finds out that the violent criminal life is not easy and much less fun.
Bordertown
Bordertown (2007)
, 1h52
Directed by Gregory Nava
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama, Thriller, Crime
Themes Films about writers, Films about journalists, Films about sexuality, Rape in fiction, Serial killer films, Political films
Actors Jennifer Lopez, Martin Sheen, Zaide Silvia Gutiérrez, Sônia Braga, Antonio Banderas, Maya Zapata
Roles Lourdes Jimenez
Rating60% 3.0017753.0017753.0017753.0017753.001775
The opening titles explain that American corporations are using the North American Free Trade Agreement by opening large maquiladoras right across the United States–Mexico border. The maquiladoras hire mostly Mexican women to work long hours for little money in order to produce mass quantity products.
Love Hurts
Love Hurts (2002)
, 1h44
Directed by Fernando Sariñana
Genres Drama, Romance
Themes Romeo and Juliet, Films based on plays, Films based on works by William Shakespeare
Actors Martha Higareda, Alfonso Herrera, Ximena Sariñana, Pedro Damián, Zaide Silvia Gutiérrez
Roles Claudia
Rating65% 3.2504953.2504953.2504953.2504953.250495
The story begins in a suburb of Mexico City with Ulises, whose father sells clothes in the market. He is accustomed to living humbly as he belongs to a low socioeconomic class, and could be considered a "naco". Ulises' environment is one of drugs, crime and graffiti, his great passion. One day, Ulises and his friends decide to go play Qzar, a laser-gun game. In the game, Ulises encounters Francisco, an upper-class boy, who is Renata's boyfriend. The "nacos" and the upper-class kids begin to fight after Francisco insults them. The fight ends in shoves and blows that only hurt Francisco's pride.
The Other Conquest
Directed by Salvador Carrasco
Genres Drama
Themes Films about religion
Actors Zaide Silvia Gutiérrez, Damián Delgado, Elpidia Carrillo, Diana Bracho, Carlos Torres Torrija
Rating66% 3.346143.346143.346143.346143.34614
It is May 1520 in the vast Aztec Empire, one year after the Spanish Conqueror Hernán Cortés arrived in Mexico. The Other Conquest opens with the infamous massacre of the Aztecs at the Great Temple of Tenochtitlan (what is now called Mexico City). The sacred grounds are covered with the countless bodies of priests and nobility slaughtered by the Spanish armies under Cortés' command. The lone Aztec survivor of the massacre is a young Indian scribe named Topiltzin [toˈpiɬt͡sin] (Damián Delgado). Topiltzin, who is the illegitimate son of the Aztec Emperor Moctezuma, survives the onslaught by burying himself under a stack of bodies. As if awakening from a dream, the young man rises from among the dead to find his mother murdered, the Spanish in power, and the dawn of a new era in his native land - a New World with alien leaders, language, customs... and God. Representing the New Order is the Spanish Friar Diego (José Carlos Rodríguez). His mission is to convert the "savage" natives into "civilized" Christians; to replace their human sacrifices and feathered deities with public Christenings and fealty to the Blessed Virgin Mary. With Topiltzin, Friar Diego faces his most difficult spiritual and personal challenge, for when Topiltzin is captured by Spanish troops and presented to Cortés (Iñaki Aierra), the Spanish Conqueror places Topiltzin's conversion under Friar Diego's care. Old world confronts the New as Topiltzin struggles to preserve his own beliefs, whilst Friar Diego attempts to impose his own.
Divine
Divine (1998)
, 1h52
Directed by Arturo Ripstein
Genres Drama
Actors Francisco Rabal, Katy Jurado, Bruno Bichir, Patricia Reyes Spíndola, Asunción Balaguer, Julieta Egurrola
Rating63% 3.196013.196013.196013.196013.19601
"La Nueva Jerusalem" is a small community of believers led by Papá Basilio (Rabal) and Mamá Dorita (Jurado). They're waiting for the second coming of Christ, so they've abandoned the world, searching for a new spiritual life. Mamá Dorita sees in young Tomasa (Gurrola) the signals of the chosen one. The young girl will be the new leader in "La Nueva Jerusalem".
Highway Patrolman
Directed by Alex Cox
Genres Drama, Action
Actors Bruno Bichir, Vanessa Bauche, Zaide Silvia Gutiérrez, Pedro Armendáriz (fils), Ernesto Gómez Cruz, Ana Bertha Espín
Roles Griselda
Rating71% 3.5899953.5899953.5899953.5899953.589995
The film tells the story of a young man, Pedro Rojas (Roberto Sosa) starting his career as a Highway Patrolman in the rural north. He refuses to take part in the corruption in the police force, unlike his friend Anibal Guerrero (Bruno Bichir) who quickly starts taking bribes and peddling contraband.
Firewalker
Firewalker (1986)
, 1h36
Directed by J. Lee Thompson
Origin USA
Genres Comedy, Action, Adventure
Actors Chuck Norris, Louis Gossett Jr., Melody Anderson, Will Sampson, Sonny Landham, John Rhys-Davies
Roles Indian Girl
Rating51% 2.553972.553972.553972.553972.55397
Norris and Gossett play Max Donigan and Leo Porter, two soldiers of fortune, whose adventures rarely result in any notable gain. They are befriended by an inscrutable woman of mystery Patricia (Anderson). Patricia's map leads them on a quest for treasure in Central America. The name of the movie comes from the powerful guardian of the treasure.
Miracles
Miracles (1986)
, 1h27
Directed by Jim Kouf
Genres Comedy
Actors Teri Garr, Paul Rodriguez, Christopher Lloyd, Tom Conti, Ken Lerner, Zaide Silvia Gutiérrez
Roles K'in's Wife
Rating54% 2.71082.71082.71082.71082.7108
Elle est avocate, il est chirurgien. Après dix ans de mariage, Roger et Jean viennent de se séparer. Le lendemain même de leur divorce, une collision entre voitures les remet en présence l'un de l'autre. Pour se disputer, bien entendu. Cependant, privée de moyen de transport, Jean est bien obligée d'accepter d'être ramenée par Roger. Entretemps, le véhicule de ce dernier a été investi par deux révolutionnaires mexicains, Juan et Harris, qui prennent le couple en otage...
El Norte
El Norte (1983)
, 2h19
Directed by Gregory Nava
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Thriller, Adventure
Themes Films about immigration, Politique, Films about the labor movement, La précarité, Political films, Films about Latin American military dictatorships
Actors Zaide Silvia Gutiérrez, Lupe Ontiveros, David Villalpando, Ernesto Gómez Cruz, Trinidad Silva, Enrique Castillo
Roles Rosa
Rating76% 3.8461953.8461953.8461953.8461953.846195
The writing team of Nava and Thomas split the story into three parts: Arturo Xuncax: The first part takes place in a small rural Guatemalan village called San Pedro and introduces the Xuncax family, a group of indigenous Mayans. Arturo is a coffee picker and his wife a homemaker. Arturo explains to his son, Enrique, his world view and how the indio fares in Guatemalan life, noting that, "to the rich, the peasant is just a pair of strong arms". Arturo and his family then discuss the possibility of going to the United States where "all the people, even the poor, own their own cars". Because of his attempts to form a labor union among the workers, Arturo and the other organizers are attacked and murdered by government troops when a co-worker is bribed to betray them—Arturo's severed head is seen hanging from a tree. When Enrique attempts to climb the tree that displays his father's head, a soldier attacks him. Enrique fights and kills the attacker, only to learn that many of their fellow villagers have been rounded up by soldiers. The children's mother too "disappears": abducted by soldiers. So, using money given to them by their godmother, Enrique and his sister Rosa decide to flee Guatemala, the land of their birth, and head north.