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This film can best be summed up as a gay Spanish version of the recent American black comedy DROWNING MONA, with hunky Lucas filling in for Mona (as suggested by the title). It's a funny, campy whodunnit featuring an outrageous cast of characters. Look out for Antonia San Juan (now famous as Agrado in ALL ABOUT MY MOTHER) in a small role, as an eccentric woman looking for a flat. The situations that arise, though mostly cliches, are nonetheless funny.
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