Mexico.- This Friday, the writer and actor Xavier Robles lost his life due to complications in his health caused by a Vehicular accidentjust a few hours after presenting a documentary about the disappeared of Ayotzinapa.
It was the daughter of the co-author of “Rojo Amanecer”, Paloma Robles, who through a farewell message posted on her account Facebook announced that, at the age of 73, his father had died.
“With all my love and admiration Dear Father. I love you today and always. Thank you for all your teachings, commitment and dignity”, refers to the publication on the aforementioned virtual platform.
This Friday was scheduled presentation in Los Pinos of the documentary “Ayotzinapa: Chronicles of a State Crime”which was directed by Xavier Robles and which addresses the case of the disappearance of normalist students in the state of Guerrero in 2014 under the government of the then president Enrique Pena Nieto.
After his daughter posted her farewell message on the social network, some educational and government institutions linked to the Mexican seventh art expressed their condolences and offered condolences to relatives of the also actor.
“The community of the National School of Cinematographic Arts regrets the sensitive death of Francisco Xavier Robles Molina, who was a prominent screenwriter in the Mexican film industry and a professor at our Academic Entity,” the National School of Cinematographic Arts reported on its Twitter account. of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM).
Meanwhile, through its official virtual platforms, the Ministry of Culture Federal lamented the death of the Mexican screenwriter, highlighting some of his most recognized works.
“The Ministry of Culture mourns the death of the screenwriter, director and filmmaker Xavier Robles, who wrote epoch-making stories of Mexican cinema, such as “Rojo Amanecer”, “Los motives de Luz” and “Las Poquianchis”, among others, “he said. the dependence.
Xavier Robles was characterized as one of the Mexican filmmakers interested in bringing to the screen the social and political problems that were recorded within the Mexican Republic.
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Co-writer of film scripts that addressed the demonstrations and illegal human trafficking in rural Mexican communities, Robles was also part of the development of recordings and documentaries on disappearances and political prisoners in the framework of the Dirty War. An example of this is the quote “Paper Cemetery”.
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