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Carolo and Benito are two losers with a loose screw who share their passion for cinema. They've written a script for Benito to direct and Carolo to act, but they also need a leading actress so they approach their muse, Amanda Castro, a famous star whose career is starting to go downhill because of her drug problems and bitter character. She takes them for whackos (which indeed they are a bit) and refuses to listen to them. So then, driven by their determination, the two men kidnap her and take her to a remote house in the woods, where filming will take place, in the hope that her initial hostility will turn to friendship once she gets to know them and their project... Written by
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These two guys are Spain's top comedians? If that's so, then comedy in Spain must be a very laid-back affair. I was never sure whether this was meant to be a comedy or a drama. It was an OK movie, no more than that. Ariadna is very pretty in a tough / punk kind of way.
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