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Credited cast:
Daniel Guzmán ...
Rafael Velasco ...
Kandido Uranga ...
Miguel Natividad ...
El Nene
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Gabriel Anaya ...
Masajista Arturito
Lorenzo Arcos ...
Presentador Casino
Carlos Avilés ...
Cantante 2
Asunción Balaguer ...
Abuela Iñaki
Consuelo Carcedo Ramos ...
Sergio Cervántes ...
Policía 1
Roberto Cobo ...
Paloma Cumplido ...
Hija1 Policía Bco.
Camila de Santiago ...
José Dorasco ...
Guerrero Azteca
Roberto Espejo ...
Tía Carmela


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Dicen que mentir no es bueno, pero la mentira nos puede llevar por caminos que de otra manera no hubiéramos tomado.


Drama | Family





Release Date:

14 March 2003 (Mexico)  »

Also Known As:

O Sonho de Caimán  »

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'Beto Gomez' originally cast a woman to play Tia Carmela, but the actress disappeared days before her scenes. Gomez then approached Roberto Espejo, who also played one of the cops in the bank robbery sequence, and offered him the role, based upon his long experience in cabarets and nightclubs. See more »

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Promising Film Debut
4 May 2003 | by (Texas) – See all my reviews

I got to catch the new Beto Gomez film when it was shown in Brownsville, Tx. I was very impressed with the storyline and the acting ( it really did seem like an ode to the golden age of mexican cinema).Unlike other contemporary Mexican films, this does not have to do with life in Mexico City. For once, someone is concentrating on another part of the country and telling their stories. Its about time Mexican cinema made its way out of D.F. and into the rest of the country. The film seems like a very promising debut, can't wait to see what else is in store for the future.

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