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Apocalypto: Check Out How The Main Actor Looks Like 15 Years After Movie Production

If you are an adult, you probably watched the movie, Apocalypto. Here are some lines from the movie:

I am Jaguar Paw. This is my forest and I am not afraid.

I am Jaguar Paw, son of Flint Sky. My father hunted this forest before me. I am Jaguar Paw. This is my forest. And my sons will hunt it with their sons after I am gone.

The movie was acted 15 years ago in South America and became very popular. So popular that I can still remember some of the lines and the characters from it. The film features a cast of native American and indigenous Mexican actors which consist of Rudy Youngblood, Raoul Trujillo, Marya Sérbulo among others.

The film features a cast of native American and indigenous Mexican actors, which consist of Rudy Youngblood, Raoul Trujillo Marya Sérbulo, Dalia Hernández amongst others. All of the ethnic tribe and people depicted in the movie were Maya. The director, Mel Gibson wanted to depict the Mayan city built for the story as an 'unkwown world' to the main character, Jaguar Paw.

Some of the characters from the movie.

The Plot of the movie, Apocalypto:

The movie begins at the scene where himself, his father(Flint Sky) and their fellow tribesmen were hunting in the forest, when they encountered a procession of refugees who were trying to escape. The leader of the group tells them that they were trying to escape because their lands were ravaged and they seek a new beginning. They asked for permission to pass through the jungle. However, the story continues.

Jaguar Paw (Rudy Youngblood): He is the main character in the epic movie, Apocalypto acted in 2006. The actor is an American actor, musician, dancer and artist who was chosen to play as a tribesman in the movie. Jaguar Paw had to learn the Yucatec Maya language in order to speak fluently in the movie, because all the dialogues were in Maya.

His performance in the movie earned him the best actor award at the 15th First Americans in the Arts award.

Here this how Jaguar Paw looks like now:

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Flint Sky Jaguar Paw South America


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