Pedro comes back home after a hard working day. Todays is his birthday but it doesn't mean anything special to him because he's very tired and dislikes parties. Meanwhile, there are two ... See full summary »

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Pedro
Aurelio Conde ...
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Silvia
Nacho Garrido ...
Nacho
Mariano Peña ...
Fran
Maite Sandoval ...
María
Vicente Villarreal ...
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Pedro comes back home after a hard working day. Todays is his birthday but it doesn't mean anything special to him because he's very tired and dislikes parties. Meanwhile, there are two women waiting him in different places of the town. One, Pedro's wife, is making a beautiful cake for him; the other, his lover, cooks a romantic dinner to impressed him. These two women love the same man but they don't meet each other... until now. Written by PieNegro

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Nobody escapes the circle

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Short | Crime | Drama

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16 June 2006 (Spain)  »

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€9,000 (estimated)
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Fran: If I find one fucking excuse to rip your guts out, I'll do so without even thinking.
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Cinema comes back Andalusia
6 August 2006 | by (Spain) – See all my reviews

Escelent work that reveals that is possible to do good movies in Andalusia. The genre (noir) was necessary in a land which all the projects treat of the same theme: civil war, flamenco and toros. Even there are a couple of technical failures, i don't give importance at them because the entire production is an example of good maners, knowledgment and force. I wish watch the others work of this people for know more about if is possible to have ilusion respect the intelligent cinema's wake, always looking directly at the commercial sector, because the artist must to be in museums, not in cinema's rooms.

I wish good luck to this young groups of creators.


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