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2 francos, 40 pesetas (2014)

The sequel to "One Franco, 14 Pesetas" - the Spanish migrants return to Switzerland in 1974 as tourists.



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Madrid, 1974. Six years have passed since Martin and his family from Uzwil have returned to Madrid. With fond memories of Switzerland, Martin's 18-year-old son Pablo decides to return to Uzwil with his friend. An unexpected culture shock awaits the two, who return to hippies in rural communes instead of farmers. Furthermore, Pablo and his companion have no idea that in the meantime their parents are also on their way to Uzwil. The parents' unexpected visit, their reunion with friends and clandestine love affairs cause a tremendous stir.

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Very funny and entertaining Iglesias's film
29 September 2016 | by See all my reviews

Iglesias directed his third film, continuing the first film: "1 Franco, 14 pesetas". In this new film, we return all the characters of the previous, now located in 1974. It's been six years since Martin and his familiars returned from Switzerland and remade his life in Madrid, but never forget the idyllic country where they got out afloat. His son Pablo, 18, belongs to a generation that represents change and the destruction of the ideological barriers that marked the lives of their parents. He will drag his family back to Switzerland, which will allow other ways of life and discover how much he will have to learn.

The cast is great, with many names like, Javier Gutiérrez that their role is perfect as always, Nieve de Medina, Luisber Santiago, Adrian Exposito, Isabel Blanco, Eloisa Vargas, Iñaki Guevara, Esther Regina, Isabelle Stoffel, Tina Sainz, Roberto Alvarez, Aldo Sebastianelli, Angela del Salto, Marta Puig, complete a very good deal and well chosen for the occasion.

It has a script very funny and entertaining game that gives a lot to the film. Like its predecessor, this film represents the deep Spain 70, and teaches wonderful landscapes and magnificent of a beautiful Switzerland.

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