A good exercise of Julian Pastor with a delicious taste of the Mexican City in the beginning of the nineties, Pastor Show us a young middle class couple who get into debts as the unique alternative to have a worthy way of living, the young husband an accountant, working for one of the hundreds Japanese companies established in Mexico, wear himself out trying develop his career in the company while he tries at the same time get personal properties (a Volkswagen car specifically) in one of the thousands deceitful financial systems common in our country. Pastor gets a good environment, above all in the office scenes and doesn't avoid typical situations in Japanese companies like morning physical exercises, and the classic meetings with Japanese guys. Not so much appropriate result the exaggerated and theatrical way out of the employees at the end of the working day.
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