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Eva Santolaria ...
Valle
Antonio Hortelano ...
Quimi
Fernando Guillén Cuervo ...
Ray
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Sandro
Manuel Feijóo ...
Luismi Bárcenas (as Manuel Feijoo)
Julián González ...
César Vallalta
Melani Olivares ...
Paz (as Melanie Olivares)
Kako Larrañaga ...
Manny
Lara de Miguel ...
Sara
Nicolás Belmonte ...
Eloy Rubio Viñé
Virginia Rodríguez ...
Isabel
Ruth Núñez ...
Tanja
José Juan Rodrigo ...
Fabián
Pau Cólera ...
Chava
María Garralón ...
Rocío
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2 March 2001 (Spain)  »

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I Won't Let You Down  »

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Why? Oh, why?
4 January 2005 | by (Spain) – See all my reviews

Why making a bad movie out of a bad TV series when most of our cinema is crying for funds? The original TV series were bad enough, mistaking realism with exploitation an sensationalism. It wasn't a series about how our young people are, but as our elders believe we are. It was bad enough, with bad acting, clichés every minute and silly dialogue, but it turned out worse every year, with every episode becoming an excuse to show the girls in underwear and the boys doing stunts as more and more action elements were introduced.

This film, made out quickly to cash in money from the youngsters who liked the series, is as bad as that, but has a bigger budget. It shows the two main characters from the TV series several years later. He, the former rebel, is a waiter in a restaurant. The stupid girl with modeling ambitions has become a dancer and the lover of a small time mafioso. You see where the plot goes, don't you? Indeed. Because she's the girl, she'll get into trouble, and, because he is the boy, he will save her, f*ck her and, after a couple of shootouts and car stunts, return her to safety.

This is shameless exploitation, pure and simple. Occasional sex and violence obey to the rules of the genre, but are offered in small doses only. The rest of it is just sensationalism, sexism (see, dancers and prostitutes are the same, and girls, when they don't have men around to tie them become whores) and low-level drama. Stay away from here unless you enjoy bad movies. Even them, chances are that you will become more bored and angered than entertained.


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