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El día de los albañiles: Los maistros del amor (1984)

| Comedy | 1991 (Peru)
At the local construction site, love and drama go hand in hand. Action, comedy, drama and sex are all in the mix in this very sexy/comedy starring some of the icons of this "sexy era" of the Mexican cinema.
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Alfonso Zayas ...
Juan
Angélica Chain ...
Beatriz
Luis de Alba ...
Juan Camaney
Miguel Ángel Rodríguez
Rossy Mendoza
Maribel Fernández ...
(as Maribel Fernández 'La Pelangocha')
Joaquín García Vargas ...
(as Joaquín García 'Borolas')
Gerardo Zepeda ...
(as Gerardo Zepeda 'El Chiquilín')
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Rossy
Óscar Fentanes
Sebastian Soler
Yahir Martinez Solares ...
(as Yair Martínez Solares)
Gonzalo Sánchez
Georgina Chavira
Susana Cuevas
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At the local construction site, love and drama go hand in hand. Action, comedy, drama and sex are all in the mix in this very sexy/comedy starring some of the icons of this "sexy era" of the Mexican cinema.

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Followed by El día de los Albañiles III (1987) See more »

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The worst Mexican movie I've ever seen
27 January 2006 | by (Mexico) – See all my reviews

During the eighties, in Mexico we had a very sad and depressing film industry. In that time, the most popular pictures were either about "ficheras" (that can be roughly translated as whores) or about "albures" (an albur is a word game of sexual implications). "El Dia de los Albañiles" portraits a group of impossible characters, ranging from the incompetent workers to those who are plain thieves. A few nude scenes are included on the movie, this scenes have nothing to do with the plot, but were almost a requirement for Mexican movies of the mid eighties. Of course, in the worst Mexican movie tradition, the heroes are the poorest characters, and their boss is, of course, the villain. This picture must not be mistaken with "Los Albañiles", which is based on a novel by Vicente Leñero.


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