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Miss Tacuarembó (2010)

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Natalia Prato 'Cristal' / Cándida López
Mirella Pascual ...
Haydeé Prato
Mike Amigorena ...
Diego Reinhold ...
Patricia Peinado (as Rossy De Palma)
Father Clever
Jeannette Rodríguez ...
Herself - Cristal
María Noel López
Julieta Petriella ...
María José López
Sofía Silvera ...
Little Natalia Prato
Mateo Capo ...
Little Carlos
Leonor Courtoisie ...
Sister Leonor
Boris Bakst ...
Luis Alfredo aka Enrique - Saint Expeditus
Miss Gloria Marlene Coitiño


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Release Date:

1 July 2010 (Uruguay)  »

Also Known As:

Cantando por un sueño  »

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$1,500,000 (estimated)

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Lyrics by Alejandro Sergi
Music by Alejandro Sergi
Performed by Mike Amigorena and Natalia Oreiro
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Well worth it if you are uruguayan, born in the late 70'
8 August 2012 | by (Uruguay) – See all my reviews

I saw this movie with no expectations, assuming it would be awful since it got little press around here, but to my surprise I enjoyed it more than most films made lately in Uruguay. It's a little bizarre and surreal, in a low budget way, but that only adds to the picturesque of it.

This movie will be particularly funny to those who've grown up in Uruguay in the 80's since it's full of cultural references, like the soap opera it mentions, and the heretic treatment catholicism gets.

The ending is a little weak, and could have been made better, like so many things in this movie, but overall is an enjoyable tribute to growing up in a little town in this part of the world.

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