In 1930s Argentina, dim-witted Rufino and Jacinto are hired as tough guys ("guapos") by political boss Malatesta to intimidate his opponents, rig elections, etc. However, the two men change... See full summary »
"El profesor punk" is the first Porcel's film after Alberto Olmedo's death. As you can imagine, after filming more than 30 films together, this is not a detail. At the end, a big title indicates that the movie is dedicated "To our big friend, Alberto Olmedo". All the cast tried to do their best, but the film isn't so funny as some preview ones. The story isn't imaginative and everything is too simple.It's obvious that director Enrique Carreras thought the film as a soft entertainment for children in their winter holidays and nothing more. Instead of this, there are some hilarious moments that you can enjoy if you are at home with your family watching the movie in television.
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