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Valentín Trujillo ...
Adrián Romero
Leticia Perdigón ...
Eva (Evelina) Romero
Arturo Beristáin ...
Luis
Víctor Manuel Mendoza ...
Don Luis Romero Bracamontes, padre de Adrián
Eduardo Noriega ...
Ramiro, padre de Eva
Mercedes Carreño ...
Laura
Rita Macedo ...
Madre de Eva
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Flora
Luis Basurto ...
Anciano (as Luis Basurto Solís)
Manuel Zozaya ...
Anciano
Nery Ruiz ...
Vecina de don Luis (as Neri Ruiz)
Jorge Guzmán ...
Entrevistador
Inés Murillo ...
Doña Carmen, sirvienta
José Manuel Fregoso ...
Director T.V.
Argentina Morales ...
Madre de Laura
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You need to be inside the director's head to understand what he was thinking when he directed this movie.
24 January 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Is really hard to see this type of movies, the plot is so vague that you Ask yourselves what's this movie all about, the movie is very slow, the characters are very poor portrayed and not well connected, is hard to know who is who and you need to remember why they are involved. Two girls are waitresses in a coffee shop, 5 retired male persons meet daily in the coffee shop making bets to see which one of the mature ladies will leave earlier, these mature ladies are seeking for a relationship and placed an add on the news paper, the retired male persons answered the add and check out how many showed up, then the bets start. In the mean time one male person (Valentin Trujillo) who delivers film to theaters is attracted to one of the waitress and plays hard to get (Leticia Perdigon) he also has a friend who wants him to go out with the other waitress (Meche Carreño) but as a terminal illness and doesn't want to talk about it, he dies but never revealing the illness. The film delivery guy gets very up set when he finds what they are doing to these mature Ladies, that same night of lady is so depress that she shoots herself in the coffee shop and the film delivery guy shoots the older male persons and goes to jail. Almost at the end of the movie you might get an idea of the semi-plot but then again the end is so wide open that you need use your imagination.


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