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Perdona bonita, pero Lucas me quería a mí (1997)

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Toni (as Jordi Molla)
Pepón Nieto ...
Carlos (as Pepon Nieto)
Roberto Correcher ...
Dani
Lucina Gil ...
Clara
María Pujalte ...
Mari Carmen Benítez Pina (as Maria Pujalte)
Esperanza Roy ...
Juliana
Gracia Olayo ...
Estrella
Ferran Rañé ...
Miguel (as Ferran Rañe)
Alonso Caparrós ...
Lucas (as Alonso Caparros)
Concha Cortés
Carmen Balagué
Riky
Carmen Navarro
Felipa Ortiz
Antonia San Juan ...
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30 January 1997 (Spain)  »

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Excuse Me Darling, But Lucas Loved Me  »

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Corazón contento
Written by Palito Ortega (as Ramón Ortega)
Performed by Gema Corredera
Arrangements by Manuel Villalta (as M. Villalta)
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A Morbid, Campy Riot!
25 March 2000 | by (Coral Gables, Fl) – See all my reviews

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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