Über-hot Chilean director Nicolás López is back with Fuck My Wedding, an engaging sequel to last year's Fuck My Life. This time, Javier's finally got his life back together. His career is ... See full summary »
During the almost war between Chile and Argentina during the 70's, a Chilean patrol is lost in the limit whit Argentina. Soon they find that an Argentinean patrol is near them in the same ... See full summary »
Pía (Paz Bascuñán) is on the verge of a nervous breakdown: Her boss humiliates her, her husband ignores her, her stepson does not respect her, and her best friend does not listen to her. ... See full summary »
When Stefan Kramer seems to have achieved everything, destiny tells him he has neglected what's most important... His family. His wife, who postponed her singing career to support her ... See full summary »
Roberto, Condoro and Papitas are three childhood best friends separated by time and brought back together by the dying wish of Papitas, the developmentally disabled wheelchair bound heir to... See full summary »
After being unemployed and all alone, Javier decides to try and win back Sophia, his ex-girlfriend, but discovers that she is already with another man and has no intentions to get back with him. To overcome the failure of love, Javier will be mired in endless adventures with different women and characters that cross on their way (family, friends and co-workers), where alcohol, sex and bad decisions are the common factors of this chaotic and decadent trip. During the whole journey and always beside was Angela, his best friend, probably the person he was always looking for. Written by
Am gonna be as simple as i can, this movie is hilarious... much of the things the say are common banish words from our vocabulary (am Chilean) and they just trow them all into the scream. The scene that always crack'd me up, is when the main character is on a bridge, stop and sees a big picture of his ex-gf and just scream as loud as possible "Maraca Conchetumadre!!! me cagaste la vida" (translated to English is like "You ugly b1tch!!! you screwed my whole life"). Those words have diged deep into our modern chilean culture, because using then in real life would be extremely disrespectful, and thats exactly why... everyone loves that character. As i said at the beginning, you have to live here, lived here for a couple of years, or see it with a Chilean guy. Best Reggards
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