A Night in Old Mexico is a 2013 Spanish-American co-production movie…Compelled to surrender his property and his solitary home, petulant Texas farmer Red Bovie (Robert Duvall) isn’t going to go discreetly to the troubling trailer park that is everything he would now be able to manage, and rather runs off with his grandson Gally (child of his since a long time ago antagonized child Jimmy) for an excursion to Old Mexico. They get two drifters who have stolen over $150,000 in medication cash. In any case, after Red drives off without them, unbeknownst to him the cash stays in the vehicle. They touch base in Mexico, still sought after by the street pharmacists, who are sought after thusly by another hired gunman hoping to recoup the stolen cash. Red and Gally appreciate the town’s attractions amid the Mexican celebration of the dead. As dusks, they visit a massage parlor where Red hits the dance floor with the madame. They later meet an artist named Patty Wafers who is down on her good fortune. She is promptly pulled in to Red’s valiant and over the top conduct. In the mean time, the hired gunman kills the American street pharmacists and is currently in quest for Red. Red finds the cash and wants to keep it with the goal that he can have a superior life than the one guaranteed by the trailer park.