A group of Spanish fans of the best British pop music from the late sixties owned an odd record store, which only sold what they like. They decide to boycott the song "Lie, lie" that will represent Spain in a contest called 'Mundocanal' (parody of the music festivals of the time, as Eurovision). In order to accomplish the aforesaid, they will put in practice several stratagems to avoid that the selected bands would participate in the festival, whose performances will be happening throughout the film. Written by
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The film premiered at Cannes Festival in 1969 but, because of hurdles with the authorities of the Franco dictatorship (due to the experimental nature of the movie), it was not officially released in Spain until 1970. See more
References I Married a Witch
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