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Sabado D.F. (1988)

 |  Drama  |  1988 (Mexico)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Julio Alemán
Roberto 'Flaco' Guzmán
Sergio Goyri ...
(as Sergio Goiry)
Dacia González
Arturo Martínez ...
(as Don Arturo Martínez)
Bruno Rey
Humberto Elizondo
Antonio Raxel
Jorge Zamora ...
(as Zamorita)
Raúl Padilla ...
(as Raúl Padilla 'Chóforo')
Sonia Piña
Judith Velasco ...
(as Judith Velazco)
Margarita Narváez ...
(as Margot Narváez 'La Fufurufa')
Guillermo de Alvarado ...
(as Condorito)
Gerardo Zepeda ...
(as Gerardo Zepeda 'Chiquilín)
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Just one more Saturday night
19 August 2009 | by (Houston, USA) – See all my reviews

Julio Aleman defies Antonio Raxel and decide to go out and live a great adventure outside his comfort zone. In Mexico at night he goes through a lot with his new "buddy" Roberto "flaco" Guzman, because they go Garibaldi, met a couple "easy girls" who turn out to be thieves, he loses all his money, goes to jail, he even eats out on the street outside the market. When all that ends, he hires his new "buddy" as an assistant, because that way he can be closer to the people and he needs that in his political career... Could be just one more movie about Mexican night life. For people who has lived that experience, this is nothing new. For everybody else, could be even interesting...


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