Latsploitation  

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"Latsploitation embraces the Argentine 'sexploitation' films of Armando Bo and Isabel Sarli, the Brazilian pornochanchada subgenre, and Ecuador's ultra low-budget 'hitmen' films. By far the largest producer in the region, however, is *Mexico—giving rise to the term mexploitation." --A Dictionary of Film Studies (2012), Annette Kuhn, ‎Guy Westwell

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Latsploitation is a term used to denote Latin American exploitation films.

The term was coined in 2009 with the publication of Latsploitation, Exploitation Cinemas, and Latin America (2009).

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