9 out of 14 people found the following review useful:
Great, funny, and a little nostalgic movie
MRBICKLE from Reus, Spain
3 March 2001
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
I give this movie a 9 out of 10 and recommend it to everybody.
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