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A good movie from the Argentinean group Les Luthiers
I have seen almost all of the Les Luthiers shows, some live and some in DVD. This one, is not better than the others, but also is not worst. Les Luthiers makes fun in a particular way of actual situations, but the best part is that the sketches that they do never stop being actual. This movie, like all of their movies, is more directed to the Argentinean audience, maybe an sketch or two people from other countries will not understand but in a general way they will. If you haven't seen any movie or show of Les Luthiers I recommend you that you do not start with these one because Ernesto Acher isn't in these movie (he appears on older shows of them, in my opinion the best of them), so if you want to start seeing Les Luthiers, you could start with "Muchas Gracias De Nada" or "Mastropiero Que nunca".
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