The story of four characters and their fears and contradictions. Fear of commitment, to change or follow the instincts. How to hide behind any excuse. How problems end up growing and when they want to rectify is too late.

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Christian
Jordi Sánchez ...
Jesús (as Jordi Sànchez)
Àgata Roca ...
Susanna
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Begonya
Brendan Price ...
Brendan
Mar Colàs ...
Verònica
Josep Julien ...
Pep Anton
Jordi Banacolocha ...
Sr. Franquesa
Carles Flavià ...
Capellà
Daniela Feixas ...
Glòria
Margarita Calatayud ...
Mare Begonya
Jaume Borràs ...
Pare Begonya
Sònia Segura ...
Amant Christian
Anna M. Gumí ...
Mare Jesús
Júlia Pascuet ...
Pol
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The story of four characters and their fears and contradictions. Fear of commitment, to change or follow the instincts. How to hide behind any excuse. How problems end up growing and when they want to rectify is too late.

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14 November 2003 (Spain)  »

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¡Excusas!  »

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It's Raining Men
Written by Paul Jabara and Paul Shaffer
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awful!
23 September 2007 | by (Barcelona, Spain) – See all my reviews

Cristian is a women-hunter that comes from a New-York travel and tells his friend Jesus that he has the contacts to fulfill their dreams: Starting a advertisement business. Begoña, Jesus' wife, hates Cristian and is pregnant, so she doesn't want his husband to take stupid risks, and Jesus, not very willingly denies the project. The tryings of the two to convince Jesus become a theoretically funny situations in which everyone tell excuses to not really deal with the fact hey don't want to do something. I've seen the theatre part this movie comes from and it's quite bad, I hoped that the movie could be better, but it worse indeed. None of the actors makes the minimum decent part, characters are hateful and stupid (very!) and there are many scenes done only to fill minutes to the film. Some others, as Cristian driving a Ferrari, seem totally that as the actor wanted to drive it, knowing that Joel Joan is also the director, said: let's do it, I'm the boss, I can do it!. Please, there are better ways to spend 90minutes of your life.


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