A boxer named Manny, battling a potentially life-threatening brain injury, finds his soul to be the object of a metaphysical fight. Two different supernatural agents are sent to win over his soul to their side: one is an angel from a curious version of Heaven, that looks just like a beatific Paris, and in it everyone speaks French; and the other agent is a waitress from Hell, sent to seduce him to spend his eternity in a red-tinted prison where everyone speaks English.
Sujit R. Varma
30 November 2001 (Spain)
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Bendito Infierno (Don't Tempt Me)
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Opening Weekend: €43,075
8 September 2002, Limited Release
Opening Weekend USA: $15,271,
24 August 2003, Limited Release
Gross USA: $77,281, 16 November 2003
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Aspect Ratio: 2.35 : 1
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Did You Know?
The photo Lola (Victoria Abril) puts into the album shows the mother of Manny. The woman in this photo is the actress Pilar Bardem
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History vindicates us, and you know it.
History vindicates no one. History's a deaf man answering questions he wasn't asked.
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Written and Performed by Carl Douglas See more