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Home Delivery Thieves (2008)

Ladrones a Domicilio (original title)
In search of better education for his daughter, Bruno gets a job as a security guard, getting involved unwillingly in a plot of political corruption.





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Credited cast:
Manolo Ozuna ...
Miguel Ángel Martínez ...
Johanny Sosa ...
Rafael Alduey ...
Juan Maria Almonte ...
Miguel Bucarelly ...
Frank Lendor ...
Don Manuel
Arturo Lopez ...
Pericles Mejía ...
Licelotte Nin ...
Félix Peña ...
National Police Speaker (as Félix Pena)
Salvador Perez Martinez ...
Padre / Rector Universidad
Sonia Silvestre ...
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Elias Caamaño Perez ...
Jefe de la Policia


Bruno is a father of two girls and a professor at a private university. His main goal in life is work honestly and provide what his family needs. Sandra, his oldest daughter is about to finish high school and both she and her father have the hope of obtaining a scholarship in a prestigious private university. The life of Bruno starts darkening when he is informed in the very university in which he works that the scholarship programs have been suspended. Daily he faces the lack of discipline and respect of his students, mainly from Rogelio, the son of a rich family who doesn't seem to value him. With the help of his godparent he takes a second job as the driver of a values transport company. In his first day he meets a convict, just released from prison, that goes with them. The three men are used as guinea pigs by Octavio -a high executive officer in the company- to conduct an auto theft. But they are cunning, and Bruno's driving skills helps them to escape Octavio's plans. Desperate ... Written by Anonymous

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Whatever you steal, make it a lot.



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26 September 2008 (USA)  »

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1.85 : 1
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The real-life priest Rogelio Cruz was supposed to play the "Padre" (priest) character, but later it was found that all his scenes were filmed out of focus. Since he wasn't available for re-shooting, Salvador Pérez Martínez was chosen to substitute him. See more »


Bruno: My daughter will study at this university, even if I have to sell puppies at every traffic light!
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References Perico ripiao (2003) See more »

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The Best Dominican Film!
20 September 2008 | by See all my reviews

I saw this movie last night and I was surprised at the quality of the argument as well as the performance of the actors. Definitely Angel Muniz with this film demonstrates a breakthrough films and shows that it has been polished enough! Unfortunately what is shown in the movie is the stark reality, a reality that gets worse every day. I hope that this movie can do conscience in our country.

Maybe it has only one thing that can be criticize and it is that this movie is what it is localist story in the dialog, but I think anyone can understand.

Congratulation Angel Munis for this great movie, I hope your next movie be as good as have been this one! But one thing, try to make movie with good actors and actress like this one, because to me, is the most important part and also the plot!

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