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The film deals with two Mexico City teenagers who fall in love with each other: Renata, a rich white girl, and Ulises, a poor indigenous boy. Because of their class and racial differences, [[StarCrossedLovers society will do everything to keep them apart]].

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The film deals with two Mexico City teenagers who fall in love with each other: Renata, Renata (Creator/MarthaHigareda), a [[UptownGirl rich white girl, girl]], and Ulises, Ulises (Luis Fernando Peña), a poor indigenous boy. Because of their class and racial differences, [[StarCrossedLovers society will do everything to keep them apart]].


''Amar te Duele'' (trans: LoveHurts) is a Mexican film released in 2002.

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''Amar te Duele'' (trans: LoveHurts) (''Loving You Hurts'') is a Mexican film released in 2002.

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* DoubleMeaningTitle: The title could be interpreted as either ''Amar te duele'' (Loving hurts you) or ''Amarte duele'' (Loving you hurts). When written on posters, it's usually kept ambiguous, as in the page image.

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* MalignedMixedMarriage: The relationship between a white girl and an indigenous boy is not well received by pretty much anybody; it exacerbates their economic differences.


The film deals with two Mexico City teenagers who fall in love with each other: Renata, a rich girl, and Ulises, a poor boy. Because of their class differences, [[StarCrossedLovers society will do everything to keep them apart]].

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The film deals with two Mexico City teenagers who fall in love with each other: Renata, a rich white girl, and Ulises, a poor indigenous boy. Because of their class and racial differences, [[StarCrossedLovers society will do everything to keep them apart]].


* NWordPrivileges: The Mexican variant, as Francisco and Mariana pejoratively call Ulises "[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Naco_%28slang%29 Naco]]" or "[[UnfortunateImplications Aboriginal]]". And when the mother of both Mariana and Renata calls her out on this, she just says "That's how these people are called!".

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* NWordPrivileges: The Mexican variant, as Francisco and Mariana pejoratively call Ulises "[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Naco_%28slang%29 Naco]]" or "[[UnfortunateImplications Aboriginal]]"." Aboriginal". And when the mother of both Mariana and Renata calls her out on this, she just says "That's how these people are called!".


* DeliberateMonochrome: The scenes inside the shopping mall Renata and Ulises meet, used to contrast the luxurious environment and the poverty of Ulises and his friends.

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* DeliberateMonochrome: DeliberatelyMonochrome: The scenes inside the shopping mall Renata and Ulises meet, used to contrast the luxurious environment and the poverty of Ulises and his friends.


* SpoiledBrat: Francisco who is a JerkAss who doesn't hesitate to send his bodyguards to beat Ulises. And Renata's sister, Mariana, who's prejudiced, vain, superficial and alcoholic to boot.
* SpoiledSweet: Renata, she shows a lot more class consciousness and social justice sense than her sister and her friends.

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* SpoiledBrat: Francisco who is a JerkAss who doesn't hesitate to send his bodyguards to beat Ulises. And Renata's sister, Mariana, who's prejudiced, vain, superficial and alcoholic to boot.
* SpoiledSweet: Renata, she shows a lot more class consciousness and social justice sense than her sister and her friends.
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* NWordPrivileges: The Mexican variant, as Francisco and Mariana pejoratively call Ulises "[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Naco_%28slang%29 Naco]]" or "[[UnfortunateImplications Aboriginal]]". An when Mariana and Renata's mother call her out on this, she just says "That's how these people are called!".

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* NWordPrivileges: The Mexican variant, as Francisco and Mariana pejoratively call Ulises "[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Naco_%28slang%29 Naco]]" or "[[UnfortunateImplications Aboriginal]]". An And when the mother of both Mariana and Renata's mother call Renata calls her out on this, she just says "That's how these people are called!".


* NWordPrivileges: The Mexican variant, as Francisco and Mariana pejoratively call Ulises [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Naco_%28slang%29 Naco]] or "Aboriginal". An when Mariana and Renata's mother call her out on this, she just says "That's how these people are called!".

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* NWordPrivileges: The Mexican variant, as Francisco and Mariana pejoratively call Ulises [[http://en."[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Naco_%28slang%29 Naco]] Naco]]" or "Aboriginal"."[[UnfortunateImplications Aboriginal]]". An when Mariana and Renata's mother call her out on this, she just says "That's how these people are called!".


The story also depicts how the Mexican upper and lower class interact and their prejudices and discrimination against each other.

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The story also depicts how the Mexican upper and lower class interact and their [[SnobsVsSlobs prejudices and discrimination against each other.
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* RichSuitorPoorSuitor: Francisco, who's hinted to be the son of an influential politician and Ulises, whose family dedicates to the selling of clothes in a bazaar, vie for the affections of Renata.

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* NWordPrivileges: The Mexican variant, as Francisco and Mariana pejoratively call Ulises [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Naco_%28slang%29 Naco]] or "Aboriginal". An when Mariana and Renata's mother call her out on this, she just says "That's how these people are called!".
* RichSuitorPoorSuitor: Francisco, who's hinted to be the son of an influential politician politician, and Ulises, whose family dedicates to the selling of clothes in a bazaar, vie for the affections of Renata.


* DeliberateMonochrome: The scenes inside the shopping mall Renata and Ulises meet.

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* DeliberateMonochrome: The scenes inside the shopping mall Renata and Ulises meet.meet, used to contrast the luxurious environment and the poverty of Ulises and his friends.

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* DeliberateMonochrome: The scenes inside the shopping mall Renata and Ulises meet.

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* ShootTheShaggyDog: See HopeSpot and DownerEnding.

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