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Javi
Norma Ruíz ...
Luna
Canco Rodríguez ...
Chemita (as Juanjo Rodríguez)
César Camino ...
Tripi
David García Palencia ...
Carmelo
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Trini
Juan Alberto de Burgos ...
Camel
Manuel Alvariño ...
Buches
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Vanesa (as Isabel Pérez)
Kepa Nalo ...
Pedro
Tatiana Quiepo ...
Susi
Victoria Luna ...
Amiga de Susi
Pedro Almagro ...
Cinéfilo #1
Miguel Calvo ...
Cinefilo #2
Ildefonso Garcia ...
Cinefilo #3
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weekend | party | deception | See All (3) »

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No hagas planes, se acerca el dia

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Comedy

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8 August 2003 (Spain)  »

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€5,500 (estimated)
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The budget of 5,500 Euros (the savings of the two directors), around 5% of the normal budget for a Spanish picture. See more »

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References ¡Ay, Carmela! (1990) See more »

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Face to Face
Written & Performed by Carlos Jean
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Inoffensive fun
27 December 2004 | by (Vitoria, Spain) – See all my reviews

Some people are apparently amazed by the fact that this film cost little more than 6,000 euros, but I'd say it looks exactly like a film with such a budget. However, it's good to see how these filmmakers came from nowhere and managed a moderate success with their movie.

The plot is nothing special, it's obviously inspired in American teenage films like "American Pie", but the filmmakers prefer to quote Kevin Smith as their source of inspiration. The eventual result is quite fun indeed, but it's also easily forgotten. Some of the performers are shockingly bad, and so obviously amateur. Only Alexandra Jiménez managed to call my attention playing Trini, a wannabe actress who works in a supermarket.

As a whole, I'd say I prefer to watch this instead of the latest American no-brainer, but Spanish cinema has much more to offer than "La fiesta". However, and just for the sake of having a good time watching it, I give it a 6/10.


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