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A companion piece to "El Palo," this one shows the eighties Women's Films catching up with Spanish Cinema.
Outside of a nodding shrink, there's hardly a sympathetic male to be seen as the camera weaves among successive women duos. While the executive gets lost, the circling camera on the student crushing a light bulb to add to her rival's compact emphasizes an oddly sadistic piece of detail in what is a comic effort.
With these competing sub plots, the brightly colored depiction of Madrid (?) gets to be a foreground element.
A lively entertainment, the outcome of the story about the put upon wife with the skin head twins is particularly rich. Performance and handling are expert - veteran editor Salcedo's contribution is notable in an area seldom obvious.
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