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Haz conmigo lo que quieras (2003)

Do all men want the same thing? Nestor, recently widowed, runs a bakery near Barcelona, has a bank account and a bad heart, and swims in the sea every day. He also has a daughter and a ... See full summary »




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Do all men want the same thing? Nestor, recently widowed, runs a bakery near Barcelona, has a bank account and a bad heart, and swims in the sea every day. He also has a daughter and a two-timing son-in-law. Nestor's maid asks him to hire her 20-something daughter, Maribel, as a shop assistant. Thanks to a libido released by late-night cable movies, he falls for Mari and wants to marry her. She's cynical about men, but she likes the thrill of crime and has a boyfriend, Manolo, who's a debt collector in Barcelona. If she marries Nestor and he dies soon, they'd have plenty of money. What could complicate that? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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Release Date:

13 February 2004 (Spain)  »

Also Known As:

Kill Me Tender  »

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€2,500,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend:

€221,062 (Spain) (15 February 2004)

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Written by José Fernández Pescador
Performed by Antonio González 'El Pescaílla'
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A sexy, quirky black comedy in the style of Almodóvar
25 June 2005 | by (Sydney, Australia) – See all my reviews

I caught a little bit of "Haz Conmigo lo que Quieras" on cable one night and it immediately grabbed my attention. To my surprise i found it was available on DVD so i immediately purchased it.

The plot is not simple to describe as it takes a number of twists and turns. Essentially, it's the story of Manalo - a debt collector who's job it is to harass his targets into paying up. His job is to dress up in a bunny suit, follow them wherever they go and embarrass them into coughing up the dough! This can be both humiliating and fraught with danger (as Manolo soon finds out). Along the way he meets Maribel (played by the wonderful Ingrid Rubio) and the attraction is instant. Together with Maribel, Manolo sets out to prove to his boss that he is ready to dump the bunny suit and move up the ladder to 'strongarm' man in the debt collection agency.

This film should certainly appeal to fans of Almodóvar or even Tarantino. It's a wonderfully quirky, sexy little black comedy as only the Spanish can do. All the more surprising considering it's the directorial debut of Ramón De España. He shows a wonderful flair for character development and comedy.

Grab the DVD ... you wont be sorry.

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