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Bogotá 2016 (2001)

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Credited cast:
Jaime Barbini Jaime Barbini ... (segment "Quien pagara el pato?")
Mario Duarte Mario Duarte ... Jorge (segment "Zapping")
Constanza Duque Constanza Duque ... (segment "Zapping")
Hugo Gómez Hugo Gómez ... Papá (segment "Zapping")
Valentina Gómez Valentina Gómez ... La Venus (segment "La Venus virtual")
Carlos Hurtado Carlos Hurtado ... Kong (segment "Zapping")
Jennifer Leibovici Jennifer Leibovici ... Vendedora (segment "La Venus virtual")
Luz Stella Luengas Luz Stella Luengas ... Mamá (segment "Zapping")
Quique Mendoza Quique Mendoza ... (segment "La Venus virtual") (as Kike Mendoza)
César Mora César Mora ... (segment "Zapping")
Lucas Nieto Lucas Nieto ... (segment "La Venus virtual")
Verónica Orozco ... (segment "La Venus virtual")
Nórida Rodríguez Nórida Rodríguez ... (segment "Zapping")
Fernando Solórzano Fernando Solórzano ... (segment "La Venus virtual")
Jhon Álex Toro Jhon Álex Toro ... Juan Perez (segment "Quien pagara el pato?") (as John Álex Toro)


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Release Date:

21 September 2001 (Colombia) See more »

Filming Locations:

Bogotá, Colombia

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Ultra Stereo


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Sci-fi in the Third World
28 March 2002 | by diegogueSee all my reviews

On this strange but refreshing movie we can find three different point of view of the Colombian future. The first segment "Quien paga el pato?" is some kind a thriller, involving the media, and the religion; the segment "La Venus Virtual" has the best plot of the movie, a bizarre tale of a dark city divided in two, the clean and the dirty citizens (the dirty are AIDS infected); "Zapping" the last one, is the parody of the classic TV Couple Contest. With a very low budget, "Bogota 2016" has a convincing outcome, with influences of Terry Gilliam's Brazil, Luc Besson's Last Combat and Jeunet's Delikatessen.

But the most important, this movie generates great expectations about the Colombian film making.

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