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Escaping gangsters trying to kill her because of being witness to a crime, Gloria (Victoria Abril), a young woman of lower class... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Victoria Abril ... Gloria
Pilar Bardem ... Doña Julia

Federico Luppi ... Eduardo
Ángel Alcázar ... Juan (as Angel Alcazar)

María Asquerino ... Esperanza (as Maria Asquerino)
Fernando Delgado ... Cura

Daniel Giménez Cacho ... Oswaldo (as Daniel Jimenez Cacho)
Ana Ofelia Murguía ... Doña Amelia (as Ana Ofelia Murguia)
Guillermo Gil ... Evaristo

Bruno Bichir ... Many

Demián Bichir ... Omar (as Demian Bichir)
Marta Aura ... María Luisa
Jorge Bosso ... Empleado Peletería
Saturnino García ... Ramiro (as Saturnino Garcia)
Aurelio Río ... Hijo Ramiro (as Aurelio del Rio)
Laura Mañá ... Puta Mexicana (as Laura Maña)
Juan Jesús Valverde ... Hombre Alquiler (as Juan Jesus Valverde)
Ángela Rosal ... Mujer Oficina Empleo (as Angela Rosal)
Clara Fernández de Loaysa ... Mujer Polideportivo (as Clara Fdez. Loaysa)
Luis Pérezagua ... Hombre Polideportivo (as Luis Perezagua)
Francis Lorenzo ... Hombre 1
José Antonio Navarro ... Hombre 2 (as Jose Antonio Navarro)
Blanca Apilánez ... Cajera (as Blanca Apilanez)
Mari Paz Ballesteros ... Marisa
Mercedes Aguirre ... Modista
Antonio Dechent ... Hombre Almacén
Susana Buen ... Profesora
Ramón Langa ... Hombre Tráfico (as Ramon Langa)
Aquilino Gamazo ... Ponciano
María Jesús Llorente ... Mujer Corte Pelo (as M.ª Jesus Llorente)
Kelly Sandoval ... Celia
Nieves Romero ... Mujer Oficina
Venancia Herrero ... Señora Parecida Gloria
Berta Casals ... Puta Joven
Omar Ramirez ... Chico Mayor
Joel Peña Quintana ... Chico Menor
Ángel Manuel Villalba ... Jonathan (as Angel Manuel Villalba)
Christian Villanueva ... Niño 1
Israel Gordilla ... Niño 2
Mario Matesanz ... Niño 3
Antoñete ... Torero (as Antonio Chenel 'Antoñete')
Curro Vázquez ... Torero (as Curro Vazquez)
Juan Antonio Alcoba ... Torero (as Juan Antonio Alcoba 'Macareno')
Agustín 'Michelin' Díaz ... Torero (as Agustin Diaz 'Michelin')
Francisco 'Pacorro' Membrilla ... Torero (as Francisco Membrilla 'Pacorro')

Directed by
Agustín Díaz Yanes  (as Agustin Diaz Yanes)
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Agustín Díaz Yanes  (as Agustin Diaz Yanes)

Produced by
Edmundo Gil .... executive producer (as Edmundo Gil Casas)
Manolo Matji .... associate producer
Javier Ramos .... associate producer
Original Music by
Bernardo Bonezzi 
Cinematography by
Paco Femenia 
Film Editing by
José Salcedo  (as Jose Salcedo)
Production Design by
Benjamín Fernández  (as Benjamin Fernandez)
Set Decoration by
Carlos Bodelón  (as Carlos Bodelon)
Costume Design by
José María de Cossío  (as Jose M.ª Cossio)
Makeup Department
Ana Lozano .... makeup artist
Jesús Moncusi .... hair stylist (as Jesus Moncusi)
Patricia Rodríguez .... assistant makeup artist (as Patricia Rodriguez)
Production Management
José Luis Escolar .... production manager (as Jose Luis Escolar)
Tadeo Villalba hijo .... executive in charge of production (as Tadeo Villalba)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
José Luis Escolar .... assistant director (as Jose Luis Escolar)
Charlie Lázaro .... second assistant director (as Charlie Lazaro)
Ángeles Santos .... third assistant director (as Angeles Santos)
Art Department
Carlos Alcázar .... first carpenter
Gonzalo Ansó .... props (as Gonzalo Anso)
Paco Calonge .... props (as Francisco Calonge)
Alberto Feito .... first carpenter
Agustín Gaspar .... first carpenter (as Agustin Gaspar)
Julián Martín .... backdrops (as Julian Martin)
Jesús Mateos .... property master (as Jesus Mateos)
Ramón Moya .... construction coordinator (as Moya)
Luciano Romero .... props
Diego Salcedo .... props
José Torralba .... second carpenter (as Jose Torralba)
Félix Álvarez .... painter (as Felix Alvarez)
José Luis Moya .... construction assistant (uncredited)
Sound Department
Marco Bermúdez .... dubbing technician (as Marcos Bermudez)
Sergio Bürmann .... boom operator
Manuel Corrales .... sound effects
Daniel Goldstein .... sound (as Goldstein)
Pelayo Gutiérrez .... adr editor (as Pelayo Gutierrez)
Alfonso Pino .... sound effects technician
Nacho Royo-Villanova .... adr editor
Ricardo Steinberg .... sound (as Steinberg)
Special Effects by
Reyes Abades .... special effects
Carlos Paradela .... special effects makeup
Dolores Paradela .... assistant special effects makeup (as Loli Paradela)
Isidro Ruano .... special effects technician
Camera and Electrical Department
Arturo Aldegunde .... steadicam
Carlos Bernases .... gaffer
Chiqui .... video technician
Mariano Cárdenas .... generator operator (as Mariano Cardenas)
Miguel Ángel Cárdenas .... gaffer (as Miguel Angel Cardenas)
Pedro del Rey .... assistant camera
Antonio García .... electrician (as Antonio Garcia)
José Hernández .... electrician (as Jose Hernandez)
Teresa Isasi .... still photographer
Adolfo Morales 'Fofi' .... second assistant camera (as Fofi)
Eduardo Márquez .... additional electrician
Miguel Ángel Palomino .... electrician (as Miguel Angel Palomino)
Alberto Sánchez Beltrán .... additional electrician (as Alberto Sanchez)
Anselmo Villalba .... key grip
Casting Department
Carlos Bernases .... extras casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Pilar Nieto .... wardrobe assistant
Pilar Tavera .... wardrobe
Editorial Department
Patricia Martínez .... second assistant editor (as Patricia Martinez)
Meco Paulogorrán .... assistant editor (as Domingo Paulogorran)
Music Department
David Anderson .... music mixer assistant
Tino Azores .... music recording engineer
Alonso Cano .... assistant music mixer
Michael A. Carter .... music mixer engineer
Anthony Cleal .... music mixer assistant (as Tony Cleal)
Transportation Department
Domingo Cobo .... driver
Alberto García Casado .... driver (as Alberto Garcia)
Pinciano García .... driver (as Finciano Garcia)
José Manuel Gasca .... transportation coordinator (as Jose Manuel Gasca)
Andrés Groizar .... driver (as Andres Agroizar)
Gregorio Hernández .... driver
Francisco Muñoz .... driver
Joaquín Ruiz .... driver: production car (as Joaquin Ruiz)
Miguel Sánchez Busto .... driver: production car (as Miguel Sanchez)
Other crew
Pablo Ballester .... location manager
Yuyi Beringola .... script supervisor
Jesús López Martínez .... wrangler (as Jesus Lopez Martinez)
Carmen López .... administration staff (as Mari Carmen Lopez)
Juan Carlos Mateos .... production assistant
Agustín Molina .... security officer
Eva Muslera .... administrator
Ángeles Santos .... production coordinator (as Angeles Santos)
Félix Sepúlveda .... gunsmith (as Felix Sepulveda)
Marta Vázquez .... production assistant (as Marta Vazquez)
Marta Álvarez .... production secretary (as Marta Alvarez)
Álvaro Echagüe .... thanks (as Alvaro Echagüe)
Benjamín Fernández Jr. .... thanks
Delia Picirilli .... thanks (as Delia Pichirili)
Beatriz Sequeira .... thanks
Miriam Sterling .... thanks
Julia Yanes .... in memoriam
Crew believed to be complete

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8 out of 22 people found the following review useful.
Pulp Fiction without the irony, 14 May 2003
Author: ( from Lawrence, Kansas, USA

Nadie hablará de nosotros must have been in the right place at the right time. Otherwise it is hard to understand how it could have won so many Goyas. In some ways it seems like a ripoff of Pulp Fiction: a sympathetic character finds a way to steal some money from gangsters; one of the gangsters' hired guns has some second thoughts about his métier; beatings and shootings abound. The key difference is that Tarantino's story is so stylized, with the fragmented storytelling style and cool soundtrack, that the violence is as shockingly laughable as it is just plain shocking. Díaz Yanes' story, instead, includes a bunch of details that might add a more direct social message: Victoria Abril's character is a recovering alcoholic, working as a prostitude in Mexico City, whose husband is a comatose bullfighter, whose mother in law is a former political prisoner and torture victim of the Franco regime, and who thinks nothing of going back to prostitution when she cannot find respectable employment in Madrid; the killer who goes to Madrid to get her has a terminally ill daughter and thinks God may be punishing him for his sins; his partner is a gourmand who loves to cook and introduce people to new taste sensations. All this makes for a jumbled mess of a movie; there is adequate tension and interest, as a crime thriller needs, but it does not push the boundaries of the genre and does only a mediocre job of fulfilling them. Including graphic scenes of violence, physical and psychological, against Victoria Abril does not qualify as groundbreaking, entertaining, or even interesting.

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