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Cha-cha-chá (1998)

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Complete credited cast:
... Antonio
... Lucia
María Adánez ... Maria
... Pablo Cires
... Gustavo
... Marta
Elisa Matilla ... Dori
Antonio Medina ... Jefe
Pilar Ordóñez ... Tere
Antonio del Real ... Director Spot
Pepe Cantero ... Hombre de lavabos (as José Cantero)
Kunio Miyairi ... Camarero japonés
Eduardo Úrculo ... Pintor Galeria
Paula Izquierdo ... Directora
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Rated R for sexuality and language | See all certifications »
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References Ran (1985) See more »

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Lucía
Written by Joan Manuel Serrat
Performed by Rosario Flores (as Rosario)
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Dancing with Spaniards

A light comedy about partying twenty-something Spaniards in the '80 s, CHA CHA CHA provides pleasant entertainment and provokes nostalgic comparisons with the darker, heavier '90 s Madrid party flicks so immersed in stark social themes. Perhaps its most appealing feature to European film buffs is the casting of today's biggest box-office draws dishing out what most people expect from the film: beautiful people enjoying the idealized mid-1980 s yuppie lifestyle. It is refreshing in its accurate somewhat romanticized evocation of the recent past.


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