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El Gran Wyoming,
Excellent movie, made me remind the legendary "Tootsie" but the end is much nicer, the conflict starts when Luis a beginner writer decide to wear his lover clothes to escape from being caught by her husband and the he finds his true love (Virginia) when she is about to commit suicide.
Certain scenes are just a little ridiculous, but who cares, is just like a nice salad with only one ingredient that you are not very happy with.
Trough the characters you could find yourself trying to conquer a crazy but tender love, an unreachable dream, a real friend with whom you got your best moments where the most and the least important thing is sex.
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