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¡Buen viaje, excelencia! (2003)

A ironic and fully irreverent review of the live of Spanish dictator Francisco Franco in his last two years of life.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Ramon Fontserè ...
Pilar Sáenz ...
Minnie Marx ...
Doctora Müller
Xavier Boada ...
Cristóbal Martínez-Bordiú, Marqués de Villaverde / Progre barbudo bar / Locutor TV
Jesús Agelet ...
Lluís Elias ...
Doctor Vicente
Dolors Tuneu
Pep Vila
Jordi Rico
Montse Puig
Jordi Costa
Saturnino García ...
Franquista Bar 1
Luis Cuenca
Teresa Berganza ...
Carles Romeu ...

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Franco spends his last days of life in "El Palacio del Pardo", between delusions of the past, and surrounded by his family and his loyal military entourage. These, desperate for the delicate state of health of the Caudillo, decide to resort to alternative medicine Dr. Müller, a modern German woman, to the astonishment of all, ending will be determined by becoming the right hand of Generalísimo. Written by Karmencita

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10 October 2003 (Spain)  »

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€3,000,000 (estimated)

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well... bad
7 September 2006 | by (Barcelona, Spain) – See all my reviews

The theatre group "els Joglars" have made a satiric film about the last days of the life of dictator Franco. As he is totally ill, their subordinates decide to contract a new foreign doctor, that, as her only interest is to heal a patient (not a famous person) quickly receives the favor of Franco. Drawin all the characters as mad and stupid, Joglars not parodies the society of the moment, only mocks them to make bad joke after bad joke which result in a bad movie. Actors are bad, the history is stupid, the scenes are bad filmed... it has everything to be terrible, but, it has some (one or two) absolutely funny jokes (if you knew about Spanish history, you could understand them) that saves a little the result. There are better things to see.

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