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Bésame mucho (1996)

At the end of the milennium, a murderer psychopath, Gabriel (Antonio Drija) is chased by the police of a major Latin metropolis. He finds refuge in the house of a woman Gloria (Amparo ... See full summary »

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Philippe Toledano
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Amparo Grisales ... Gloria / Minister's ex-mistress
Antonio Drija Antonio Drija ... Gabriel / Thief
Gustavo Rodríguez Gustavo Rodríguez ... Armando / The Minister
Athina Klioumi ... Adriana / Minister's new mistress
Ruddy Rodríguez Ruddy Rodríguez ... Miranda / Commissar's wife
Honorato Magaloni Honorato Magaloni ... Nicomedis / Local Commissar
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At the end of the milennium, a murderer psychopath, Gabriel (Antonio Drija) is chased by the police of a major Latin metropolis. He finds refuge in the house of a woman Gloria (Amparo Grisales) who has just been abandoned by her lover Armando (Gustavo Rodríguez), an unscrupulous politician. Something starts to develop between them, who should be antagonistic towards each other. However a bond of violence and abandonment unite them. The local police couple Nicomedis (Honorato Magaloni) and Miranda (Ruddy Rodríguez) follow the murderer's trail, and start to surround the besieged house, but Armando move them away to kill Gloria and Gabriel by the help of a special operations group, because Gloria knows too much about his dirty business. The drama then really unfolds. Written by Gonz30

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Country:

Venezuela | Mexico | Colombia

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

10 November 1996 (USA) See more »

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Several police stories in a Latin Metropolis explored
18 March 2000 | by gonz30See all my reviews

BESAME MUCHO, a Venezuelan/Colombian/Mexican co-production is somewhat of a typical Latin police/melodrama, albeit with a bit more class than most. Its intention is to comment on the state of upper class Latin American society at the end of the millennium: political corruption, infidelity, violence and solitude, among other topics, and present a film which addresses all these issues, while at the same time conveys the sex, passion, and melodrama, so typical of Latin Cinema.


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