One of the best scenes in Cry Macho involves sign language. It’s not even a scene, really; just a brief exchange of the short-but-sweet variety. I mention it because I wish more of the film were like that.
The two protagonists speak English, and yet there is a language barrier issue going on here. Specifically, the actor who plays Rafael, Eduardo Minett, makes you go for the 'mute' button almost every time he opens his mouth — the exception being when he falls back on his native Spanish.
It’s not the young man’s fault, and it happens to the best of them; just listen to Jean Gabin in Moont... read the rest.