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FBI: Frikis buscan incordiar (2004)

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Javier Cárdenas ...
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Carmen de Mairena ...
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Manolo Reyes 'Pozí' ...
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Joan Antoni Estadés ...
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Nacho Sierra ...
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Santiago Urrialde ...
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Carlos Pumares ...
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Encarni Manfredi ...
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Juan Miguel Martínez ...
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Pitonisa Lola Montero ...
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Josmar Gerona ...
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Saturnino García ...
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Javier Cardenas and his group of frikis (Spanish translation of 'freaks') invade the city with their screwballs helped by people so bizarre like Pozi, Carmen de Mairena and very much. Cardenas ridicules to everyone with his jokes to the Jackass' style. Pure surrealist delirium that to everybody will make laugh. Frikism to the power!. Written by Chockys

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La película que Hollywood no tuvo cojones de hacer [The movie Hollywood didn't have the balls to make].

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4 June 2004 (Spain)  »

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At the beginning of the end credits there's a brief interview with Paco Porras where he relates his "traumatic experience". See more »

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Pozí Mix
Written by José Carlos Seco and Javier Cárdenas
Performed by Manolo Reyes 'Pozí'
Courtesy of BMG España
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This is not a film
5 July 2010 | by (Spain) – See all my reviews

I cannot understand why this "thing" could be premiered in Spanish theaters, but on the other hand there are plenty of good or at least interesting independent films that are never screened in Spain. This is yet another consequence of the film seen as a "market", more than an art form or a production of an artist or a human particular viewpoint.

This is not really a movie. It's just a TV product for a late show (now extinct) which was sadly famous for making laugh of retarded and mentally disabled people. Incredibly enough, those things happen in Spain now, and there is no legal problem for doing it during more than 5 years every night, as this is the case.


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