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Todos somos estrellas (1993)

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A family longs to be on a TV show which does an in-depth expose of a different real-life family every week. When they are finally selected they decide to change their lives completely so ... See full summary »

Director:

Felipe Degregori

Writer:

Ronnie Temoche
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Milena Alva Milena Alva ... Carmen
Ivonne Barriga Ivonne Barriga ... Rita
Élide Brero Élide Brero ... Abuela
Julián Legaspi Julián Legaspi ... Tabo
Dante Herrera Dante Herrera ... Walter
Rebeca Ráez Rebeca Ráez ... Alicia
Mariella Balbi Mariella Balbi ... Mery Balboa
Katia Condos Katia Condos ... Julia
Ricardo Velásquez Ricardo Velásquez ... Paco
Barbara Acosta Barbara Acosta ... Gladys
Monica Delta Monica Delta ... Commentator
Hernán Romero Hernán Romero ... Nicolas
Fernando Vasquez Fernando Vasquez ... Andres
Ricardo Fernández Ricardo Fernández ... Father
Nilda Muñoz Nilda Muñoz ... Mrs. Ugas
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A family longs to be on a TV show which does an in-depth expose of a different real-life family every week. When they are finally selected they decide to change their lives completely so that the audience sees them as they want to be seen, not as they really are. Written by David Kinne <davros@gargoyle.apana.org.au>

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Country:

Peru

Language:

Spanish

Also Known As:

We Are All Stars See more »

Filming Locations:

Lima, Peru

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Sound Mix:

Dolby

Color:

Color
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good little film
9 July 2002 | by hanselmerchorSee all my reviews

This a small peruvian film and one can see that just by checking out the locations. However it works perfect, as it reflects the experiences of a low class family who have the ambition of appearing in a tv show as the family of the week. The acting is adequate and even though many of the jokes might only be enjoyed by peruvians, it still beats any stupid Adam Sandler movie.


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