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Muriel Santa Ana,
A retired legal counselor writes a novel hoping to find closure for one of his past unresolved homicide cases and for his unreciprocated love with his superior - both of which still haunt him decades later.
Juan José Campanella
I don't think that many people consider "Cohen vs. Rosi" an excellent movie. Me neither. But I just couldn't stop laughing. It's a very simplistic plot, which is great. The funniest thing about the movie are the details: the dialogues, the gags, pure nonsense. The actors are great (and not every day you have the chance of seeing such a cast!).
It smells of "Esperando la carroza" a bit (from the same writer, better movie - if you haven't seen it, you SHOULD!). It is always great to remember those old grotesque movies.
"Cohen vs. Rosi" is one of the most bizarre contemporary movies from Argentina I've ever seen (besides "Soy tu aventura" - pure absurd again). And even if you don't like it, [SPOILER] don't you think that the grandparents' kiss scene is worth the whole movie? :)
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