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Roberto Merino ...
D.Branco
Pedro Pina ...
Inocêncio
Antônio Coelho ...
Pépe
Pedro Ferraz ...
Frederico
Sónia Cunha ...
Gina
José Eduardo Silva ...
Tó Leal
Gilberto Oliveira ...
Gerónimo
Ricardo Sousa ...
Kuzz
Rodrigo Sousa ...
Homem Saniplas & Mendigo

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I laughed my head off!
2 September 2000 | by (Lisbon, Portugal) – See all my reviews

Well, what can I say about this one...it's god damn good, I loved every bit of it, specially the whole Bourdieu stuff (since I had to study him for 1 whole year!!) and of course the Saniplas dialogue, it's brilliant, I laughed my head off during this one...

It's not an ordinary movie, it's a kind of portuguese version of something between "Reservoir Dogs" and "Pulp Fiction", but it is quite unique.

The dialogues are great, the soundtrack follows the movie pretty good and the characters are all very...peculiar...

In the end I gave it 8 out of 10, here in Portugal we need stuff like this. I hope José Pedro Sousa keeps on doing movies, it's some fresh air into portuguese cinema, too bad 99,99999% of people here don't know the movie...my advice is go and find a copy of this one in hell if you have to, but just see it...but don't forget this is a low budget portuguese film-noir thing...so don't expect great explosions and lot's of blood, but anyway it's great! (it might be a "classe Zé" movie, but it's rock'n'roll.)


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