Pedro, a young taxi driver, never imagined that driving to the casting test of Nina, a young aspiring actress, would result in such an unforgettable career. Many castings and miles later, Pedro and Nina meet again.

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Pedro, a young taxi driver, never imagined that driving to the casting test of Nina, a young aspiring actress, would result in such an unforgettable career. Many castings and miles later, Pedro and Nina meet again.

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7 August 2002 (USA)  »

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A friendly cab driver's experiences with an aspiring actress who thinks she has nothing to lose.
4 November 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I really enjoyed this short, I saw it in Spanish class about a month ago. Sure, the story was a little bit far fetched, and it was a bit obvious at times, but all in all, it was good. The moral of the story is this - don't take what you have for granted. I didn't like one message it sent, however, even though it may not have been intentional. That message was that you shouldn't be ambitious or take chances, as you may end up regretting it later on. I really liked the characters, or at least the two main ones - the aspiring actress and the cab driver. I thought they were surprising well developed for such a short movie. I would recommend this movie, by no means is it a masterpiece, but it gets the message across, even if it did seem to be unintentionally mixed in with another one. If you see this in a video store, you might want to check it out. Like I said, not a great movie, but for a short, independent film that probably had several budget constraints, it was pretty good.


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