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Isi/Disi - Amor a lo bestia (2004)

AC/DC loving duo chase love and run from the police.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
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Isi
Florentino Fernández ...
Disi
Jaydy Michel ...
Vane
Ana Risueño ...
Debo
Miguel Ángel Rodríguez 'El Sevilla' ...
Pota (as Miguel Ángel Rodríguez 'Sevilla')
Ruth Zanon ...
Kuki (as Ruth Zanón)
José Luis Coll ...
Chinchón
Manolo de Vega ...
Eugenio
Germán Burgos ...
Mono Burgos (as Mono Burgos)
Elia Galera ...
Sargento Sánchez
Eduardo Gómez ...
Agente Pitu
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Conductor
Martin Czehmester ...
Manu
Fernando Chinarro ...
Decano
Palmira Santiago ...
Sra. del Decano
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AC/DC loving duo chase love and run from the police.

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Comedy | Music

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23 July 2004 (Spain)  »

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€1,356,278 (Spain), 23 July 2004, Limited Release
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(at around 1 min) Isi and Disi steal a street sign with the name AC/DC. In fact, there is a street named AC/DC in Leganés, Madrid (Spain). See more »


Soundtracks

Back in Black
Written by Angus Young, Malcolm Young and Brian Johnson
Performed by Dirti Disi
Under license from J. Albert & Son
Produced and Authorized by Clearmusic
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Metal fans will feel insulted, rest will not laugh at all.
4 August 2004 | by See all my reviews

Knowing by personal experience how much is put in making a film, I have as a rule to avoid commenting those films that I feel as really bad. I understand how much money, work and illusion, so many people' illusions, are put in the making of a film to just slaugther it because I didn't like it. I'll break the rule here, because it is such a good example why Spain' cinema is in crisis nowadays.

I'll let away the stereotypes, the really bad acting (that blonde gal, please keep modeling, forget acting), the cheap 'I wanna be like Javier Fesser' way, the moronic script, and the sad view of a poet like Joaquin Sabina turned an alcoholic 'gimmethemoney' (I'll bet he's not acting). But the real problem with this movie it is simple a unfunny comedy. A sad, moronic, bad tasted comedy that simply will not make you laugh at all.

The 'funniest' gags are Ana Risueño receiving main character sperm in her face, and Miriam Diaz Aroca being sodomized. From this point, everything gets worse. You'll find smarter, best tasted and funnier gags in any Olaf Ittenbach gorefests.

So, Spanish cinema is in crisis, and need to be financed by state, I mean, by Spanish people... Why is in crisis?...it is soooo hard to compete with US blockbusters?...there's no government grants enough?...Well yes, but this is not the main problem... perhaps Spanish producers simply do not put their money on the films they produce, because state grants and TV sales pay for it, so why would they bet more money in marketing, if they can get a print and a screen, justify the grant, and keep a few grand for them and move to the next¿...or perhaps because nobody in this country knows how to edit a trailer that doesn't suck?... or perhaps the problem is simpler, and, simply, most of the Spanish cinema (with a few exceptions)sucks so deeply that nobody in his main would be tricked again in wasting money in what they call 'art', and the rest of us call a bad movie.


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