Directed by Pitipol Ybarra, Netflix’s ‘All the Places’ (originally titled ‘A Todas Partes’) is a Mexican adventure comedy-drama movie that revolves around an estranged brother and sister who reunite after 15 long years at their father’s funeral. Now, to mend their relationship, the two make a spontaneous decision to fulfill their childhood dream — a motorbike road trip across Mexico. Along their healing and long journey, the two siblings connect with new people and get to know each other better.
The hilarious onscreen performances from talented actors like Mauricio Ochmann, Ana Serradilla, David Chocarro, and Diana Bovio complement the comedic narrative. The sibling relationship portrayed in the movie is bound to strike a chord in many people’s hearts, keeping them invested from the beginning to the end. Meanwhile, due to all the scenic backdrops seen throughout the siblings’ road trip, many of you might wonder where ‘All the Places’ was shot. Well, if you are one such curious soul, we have got you covered!
All the Places Filming Locations
‘All the Places’ was filmed entirely in Mexico, specifically in Querétaro and seemingly in Hidalgo and Nuevo León. The principal photography for the road trip movie reportedly commenced in November 2020 and supposedly wrapped up after a month or so in December of the same year. Now, let’s follow the siblings as they travel through Mexico and learn about the specific sites that appear in the Netflix movie!
Many pivotal sequences for ‘All the Places’ were lensed in Querétaro, one of the 32 Mexican federal entities, one of the smallest states, and one of the most heterogeneous states, geographically, in Mexico. The filming unit traveled across the state to record scenes against suitable backdrops, including Tequisquiapan. Located in the southeast region of Querétaro, Tequisquiapan is a town and municipality known for its cobbled streets and traditional rustic houses.
In addition, Mauricio Ochmann and Ana Serradilla, along with the rest of the crew members, were spotted biking around the Peña de Bernal, one of the tallest monoliths in the world, standing at 1,421 ft. It is situated in the small town of San Sebastián Bernal in Querétaro.
Other Locations in Mexico
For shooting purposes, the production team of ‘All the Places’ seemingly traveled to other locations across Mexico, including Nuevo León and Hidalgo. Specifically, Parque Fundidora on Avenida Fundidora y, Adolfo Prieto S/N, in Nuevo León’s Monterrey, possibly served as one of the filming sites for the movie. Furthermore, during the production process, the cast and crew members were spotted taping a few scenes in and around The Basaltic Prisms of Santa María Regla near Huasca de Ocampo in Hidalgo.
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