Twelve-year-old Antoine falls profoundly in love with a voluptuous but suicidal hairdresser, a formative experience he never forgets. Much later in life, he seeks to repeat his romance by ... See full summary »
Jose Luis is an executive at his parents underwear factory where his girlfriend Sylvia works on the shop floor. When Sylvia falls pregnant, Jose Luis promises her that he will marry her, ... See full summary »
I want you to do me a favour. The other night, some men...
The other night I was waiting for you. I bought a face mask, I went to the beautician, I prepared your favourite dish, ears of corn with watercress, and I was wearing "Eau de Caprix". But you never came...
I'm sorry, babe. This is a film for hard men. There's gonna to be no love story. Sit down!
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Credits feature outtakes and also star El Gran Wyoming saying ad-lib lines where he dedicates a particular take to some people (like "all the people who died for cinema, as I am risking my life for cinema right now"). See more »
If you like good films, ¡avoid this stinky picture!. I really loved El Gran Wyoming performances in other films like El Florido Pensil or Alex de la Iglesia´s Muertos de Risa, but this cruel impersonation of Clint Eastwood´s Dirty Harry is a fake, a bad joke. I don´t like Leslie Nielsen. I don´t like Abrahams&Zucker movies. But, after seeing Vivancos, I started comparing Airplane! with The Magnificent Ambersons. The only things I enjoyed in Vivancos were Ana Galiena´s nipples and Galiardo´s paedophilia. But I´m not a model of sanity... The whole Vivancos is a bad milkshake, a crazy Abbot and Costello meet Torrente experiment. All the 'amiguetes'´ tribe will try to persuade you. They will tell you that it´s black comedy. No. It´s black and thick pooh. Believe me. The end is near. Spare yourself this nightmare. Remember that I tried to warn you.
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