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Cesante (2003)

| Animation | 2003 (Chile)
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Coco Legrand ...
Carlos Meléndez (voice)
Yasmín Valdés ...
Leslie / Chica en Café (voice)
Gonzalo Robles ...
Gallo Claudio (voice)
Cristián García-Huidobro ...
Carabinero Flaco (voice)
Christián Mejía ...
Carabinero Gordo / Mafioso (voice)
Fredy Guerrero ...
Borracho (voice)
Claudio Reyes ...
Vendedor / Gerente Banco (voice)
Katyna Huberman ...
Wendy (voice)
Natalia Cuevas ...
Gitana / Vieja Gorda (voice)
Vanessa Miller ...
Chica Punk (voice)
Fernando Larraín ...
Boy Scout / Mafioso (voice)
Liliana Ross ...
Vieja Cuica (voice)
Luis Dubó ...
Predicador Evangélico (voice)
Patricia Iribarra ...
Vieja Gorda (voice)
Juan Andres Salfate ...
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Crappy, with some superfluous highlights, it certainly follows the mainstream of Sobras Inc. (Producers)
8 February 2004 | by (Stgo., Chile) – See all my reviews

As an animation, this movie is based on simplistic polygonical drawings and a display of some neat animation effects. Sadly, now a days these last ones aren't big deal, due to the exhaustation of the resources in this area that has being taking place in the post-matrix boom. In other aspect, it responds to the low-file-but-not-that-much-so-we-don't-get-to-entirely-define-ourselves line that is trademark of Sobras, one of the major cooperators to the film. On the other hand, you can notice right away the influence of hand of Nicolás López in the writing job. This overestimated young guy seems to misunderstand the term 'vanguard' for 'unjustified nonesense'. As a result we get a minimal plot line barroquously (sic) decorated with disconnected situations (some of them funny, some of them straightly weird) that surrounds the entire movie with a dizzyness aura, leaving in the spectator a shadow of doubt about what has one scene to do with the other. Anyway, we have to rescue the idea, which in it's pure state was good, although it was loosely developed; and a handful of scenes, dialogs, gags, etc. that made it to work out. Sadly enough, though these highlights, in an overall balance, the result doesn't get to throw out positive.


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