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Director:
Writers:
José Luis Alonso de Santos (screenplay) &
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Release Date:
5 May 1989 (Spain) See more »
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Plot:
A girl, who lives together with her cousin who earns some money by dealing and her boyfriend who is a policeman... See more » | Add synopsis »
Awards:
9 nominations See more »
User Reviews:
Great, funny, and a little nostalgic movie See more (1 total) »

Cast

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Verónica Forqué ... Chusa

Antonio Banderas ... Alberto
Juan Echanove ... Jaimito

Aitana Sánchez-Gijón ... Elena
Chus Lampreave ... Doña Antonia
Miguel Rellán ... Cura
Francisco Merino ... Don Mariano
Amparo Valle ... Madre de Elena
Manuel Huete ... Vecino cabreado (as Manolo Huete)
Ricardo Palacios ... Naturista
Ofelia Angélica ... Angelita
María Elena Flores ... Portera
Vicente Díez ... Jeringa
Juan de Pablos ... Yuppie 1
Carmelo Gómez ... Abel
Luis Pérezagua ... Yuppie 2 (as Luis Pérez Agua)
Chema de Miguel ... Nancho
Pau Riba ... Nazarín
Carmen Giralt ... Farmacéutica
Isabel Ordaz ... Merche
Joaquín Climent ... Policía joven
Lucas Martín ... Teo
José Antonio Navarro ... Félix

Manolo Caro ... Soldado
Joaquín Notario ... Enfermero 1
Armando Palet ... Chaval 1
Xavier Grobet ... Chaval 2 (as Javier Pérez)
Amparo Merino ... Abuela
Manuel Millán ... Enfermero 2
Antonio Díaz ... Rey Baltasar
Omar Riffi ... Abdul
Chahid Mohamed ... Mohamed
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Rafael Amador ... (uncredited)
Raimundo Amador ... (uncredited)

Directed by
Fernando Colomo 
 
Writing credits
José Luis Alonso de Santos (screenplay) &
Joaquín Oristrell (screenplay) &
Fernando Colomo (screenplay)

José Luis Alonso de Santos (based on the play by)

Produced by
Carlos Durán .... executive producer (as Carles Durán)
José Luis García Sánchez .... executive producer
Oriol Regàs .... delegate producer
 
Cinematography by
Javier Salmones (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Miguel Ángel Santamaría 
 
Art Direction by
Alberto Gutiérrez 
 
Costume Design by
Josune Lasa 
 
Makeup Department
Agustín Cabiedes .... hair stylist (as Agustín Caviedes)
Jorge Hernández Lobo .... makeup assistant (as Jorge Hernández)
Juan Pedro Hernández .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Zakaria Alaoui .... production manager: Morocco (as Zacarías Aloui)
César Benítez .... assistant production manager
Manuel Brioso .... assistant production manager: Algeciras
Samiri Menouer .... assistant production manager: Morocco (as Menouar Samiri)
Andrés Santana .... production manager
Eduardo Zaramella .... assistant production manager trainee
Blanca Zaragüeta .... unit production manager (uncredited)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Manuel Gómez Pereira .... assistant director
Ina Lüders .... second assistant director
Luis Oliveros .... second second assistant director
Marta V. García .... trainee assistant director (as Marta García)
 
Art Department
Txuno Etxaniz .... property master
Josean Pérez .... painter
 
Sound Department
Luis Castro .... foley artist
Antonio Illán .... sound re-recordist
Enrique Molinero .... sound engineer
Agustín Peinado .... boom operator
Miguel Ángel Polo .... sound (as Miguel Polo)
 
Visual Effects by
Pablo Núñez .... opticals
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Juan Amorós .... camera operator
Alberto Arnal .... lighting technician
Soledad Castillo .... still photographer
Teo Delgado .... assistant camera (as Teodoro Delgado)
José Antonio Fernández .... key grip
Pablo Hernández Smith .... camera trainee (as Pablo Hernández)
Juan Leiva .... assistant camera
Eusebio Martín .... dolly grip
Alfredo Mayo .... camera operator (as Alfredo F. Mayo)
Maite Medina .... second assistant camera
Ramón Muñoz .... lighting technician
Fulgencio Rodríguez .... gaffer
Juan Carlos Rodríguez .... assistant camera
Miguel Ángel Rodríguez .... lighting technician
Luis Fernando Tortolés .... lighting technician (as Luis Fernando Tortolera)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Peris .... wardrobe
 
Editorial Department
José García Pastor .... assistant editor
Alfonso Sevilla .... second assistant editor
 
Transportation Department
Ángel Megino .... transportation
 
Other crew
Koro Argote .... administrator
Eugenia Cuesta .... script girl
Pablo Núñez .... title designer
Emilio Pérez .... production assistant
Blanca Zaragüeta .... stage manager
 
Thanks
Carlos Durán .... dedicatee (as Carles Durán)
 
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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Bajarse al moro" - Spain (original title)
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Runtime:
83 min
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Color:
Color (Eastmancolor)
Aspect Ratio:
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Trivia:
(at around 32 mins) In the police station, the photograph of the bearded man, visible on a board next to Aitana Sánchez-Gijón (while Verónica Forqué and Antonio Banderas talk about deflowering Elena) is of director Fernando Colomo.See more »
Quotes:
Doña Antonia:Yankee! You're a Yankee!
Alberto:Junkie, mom... You must say junkie...
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Movie Connections:
References "Falcon Crest" (1981)See more »
Soundtrack:
Pasa la vidaSee more »

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9 out of 14 people found the following review useful.
Great, funny, and a little nostalgic movie, 3 March 2001
Author: MRBICKLE from Reus, Spain

This is one of the greatest movies of spanish cinema with plenty of humour and warm characters. "Bajarse al moro" is both a funny comedy with funny dialogues like "There's something about Mary" and also an intelligent and deep portrait of people who live together in a small flat. There's Chusa (Verónica Forqué), her cousin Jaime (Juan Echanove) and her boyfriend Alberto (Antonio Banderas) and other secondary characters like Alberto's mother (Chus Lampreave, who is kleptomaniac), a young girl who runaways from her mother (Aitana Sanchez Gijón) and a priest neighbour (Miguel Rellan). These people are simply unforgettable and the situations that they live are (as I say above) both funny and insightful. A scene: When Alberto shoots accidentally to Jaime, and the priest drives to the hospital. I give this movie a 9 out of 10 and recommend it to everybody.

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