Grab Your Gold Hoops, Black Eyeliner And Some Popcorn Because ‘Mi Vida Loca’ Is Heading Back To The Big Screen

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Mi Vida Loca” fans, grab your gold hoops, black eyeliner and hairspray — because your fave chola film is returning to the big screen.

The Latina hit, directed by Allison Anders, follows the lives of Chicana BFFs Sad Girl and Mousie, played by Angel Aviles and Seidy López respectively, who are growing up in Echo Park, Los Angeles and dealing with gang violence, motherhood and friendship.

According to Remezcla, the 1993 cult classic will be screening in April, May and June. It will show at the Alamo Drafthouse’s Austin (4/26), Yonkers (5/15), Brooklyn (5/16), Denver (6/14) and San Francisco (6/15) locations.

Each screening will also end with a Q&A with Anders, so you’ll finally get answers to the questions you’ve been dying to ask since you were a ‘90s young buck.

Head over to the Alamo Drafthouse’s website to purchase your tickets ASAP.

Read: Sad Girl And Mousie Of ‘Mi Vida Loca’ Are Still Besties After 25 Years

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