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A fluffy comedy/drama about Buenos Aires' One Percent. Every character (except one or two) own spectacular lodgings (with a spectacular view to boot), dress fashionably and seem to make a living without visible effort, with ample time left over for sorting out tangled sexual/romantic relationships. There is a somewhat unexpected twist at the end, but on the whole the material is not strong on originality. Actors are good but occasionally over the top. Production values, in particular cinematography, are first rate.
The movie has no particular connection with Argentine reality and could have been filmed without changes in the US or Europe. On the positive side, it is entertaining and lively. As a bonus, you can catch a few views of the most fashionable sections of Buenos Aires.
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