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Lo que vendrá (1988)

Against the backdrop of an increasingly-powerful police state, Miguel returns to Buenos Aires. An innocent bystander, he's shot by a rogue cop, Morea, at a political demonstration. To avoid... See full summary »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Hugo Soto Hugo Soto ... Miguel
Juan Leyrado ... Morea
Charly García ... El enfermero
Rosario Bléfari ... Ella... (as Rosario Blefari)
Aldo Braga Aldo Braga ... El comisario
Oswaldo Flores Oswaldo Flores ... El padre (as Osvaldo Flores)
Roxana Randon Roxana Randon ... Enfermera principal
Luis Minces Luis Minces ... El abuelo
Inés Estévez Inés Estévez ... La nieta (as Ines Estevez)
Cecilia Biagini Cecilia Biagini ... Hija del comisario
Néstor Sánchez Néstor Sánchez ... Médico joven (as Nestor Sanchez)
Juan Carlos Ucello Juan Carlos Ucello ... Periodista
Fausto Collado Fausto Collado ... Amigo de Morea
Isaac Haimovici Isaac Haimovici ... Astrónomo
Sergio De Nadai Sergio De Nadai ... Muchacho del comisario
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Against the backdrop of an increasingly-powerful police state, Miguel returns to Buenos Aires. An innocent bystander, he's shot by a rogue cop, Morea, at a political demonstration. To avoid scandal, the police place Miguel in the hospital as a John Doe, where nurses are drawn to his bedside. A tipster notifies the press and Miguel's father and also phones Morea with threats to expose and even kill him. Meanwhile, Miguel is in a coma, able to hear but not speak. Eventually he rouses himself and begins his own hunt for Morea, who remains calm, cool, and lethal. After the drama of cop, victim, and vigilante plays out, there may be worse times to come. Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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Para nosotros siempre habrá un futuro posible... ¿Pero cuál? [There will always be possible future for all of us... But which one?] See more »

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Crime | Drama | Sci-Fi

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How could a movie with both Charly Garcia and the angel Moroni be so disappointing?
8 July 2004 | by refachero-1See all my reviews

I mostly only saw this movie because Charly Garcia did the soundtrack and co-stared in it. Actually, the whole thing felt like a really long music video, like "The Wall" maybe, only not as good. I did the like the cinematography a lot, and it was really nice to hear buenairense Spanish for a change, but overall the film seemed a little too incoherent for me to make much sense of it. The ending tied things together a bit more for me, but still not enough to redeem it. I guess I just expected a lot more from this movie. The only real surprise I got was seeing the angel Moroni in it about halfway through. I'm not sure, was that supposed to be symbolic, or did they just throw it in there to be cool?


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Country:

Argentina

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

30 March 1988 (Argentina) See more »

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Times to Come See more »

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Tripiquicios See more »
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Mono

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Color
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