Monkeys, apes, humans... We are all part of the same order of mammals called the Primates.This video explains what makes a primate, well... a primate! Meet the gibbons, orangutans, ... See full summary »

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Teresa Vallicrosa ...
Aurora
Pep Molina ...
Jim
Eric Caso ...
Bongolo
Toni Sevilla ...
Balaguer
Assun Planas ...
Loli (as Asun Planas)
Bea Segura ...
Susi
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Monkeys, apes, humans... We are all part of the same order of mammals called the Primates.This video explains what makes a primate, well... a primate! Meet the gibbons, orangutans, chimpanzees, gorillas. These are the apes: The largest and smartest of the primates.A brief look into the fantastic and diverse world of some of our smaller primate species.You can't deny, monkeys are pretty great! Written by Anonymous

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Boring Catalan comedy
3 May 2009 | by (Reus, Spain) – See all my reviews

Catalan cinema has never been anything special when compared to the rest of the films made in Spain; it has good actors, writers and directors and sometimes something really good is done (like "Amic/Amat" or "El perquè de les coses"), but normally the overuse of many boring subjects like typical comedies makes this cinema become bad.

"Primats" is not the exception, but a good proof of that. It's a peculiar and original comedy, but a very unfunny one, it's a reflection about sex and love, but completely empty and finally an adaptation of a story from Quim Monzó but that nothing has in common with his talent and personality. The director, Jover, tried to innovate and that is to be praised, but you have to know how to do things right and he doesn't. The results and unbearable.


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