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Slam (2003)

Fito is trying his very damnedest to get an Erasmus scholarship to improve his English in England. He is at the brink of attaining his dreams. He has approved his first test and now waits ... See full summary »

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Miguel Martí
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Credited cast:
Iván Hermés Iván Hermés ... Toño
Tomás Fonzi ... Fito
Juana Acosta ... Natalia
Andreu Castro ... Luisito
Estíbaliz Gabilondo Estíbaliz Gabilondo ... Sofía
Fede Celada ... Paco
Luke Donovan Luke Donovan ... Michael
Kira Miró ... Lorena
Octavi Pujades Octavi Pujades ... Oliver
Kimbo Kimbo ... Mecánico
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Juan Aguirre Juan Aguirre ... Self (as Amaral)
Ramiro Alonso Ramiro Alonso ... Segurata
Eva Amaral Eva Amaral ... Self
Neus Asensi ... Woman in Van
Alicia Bogo Alicia Bogo ... Reportera
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Fito is trying his very damnedest to get an Erasmus scholarship to improve his English in England. He is at the brink of attaining his dreams. He has approved his first test and now waits on a long line of applicants to be told to wait an extra week to submit his last and definitive examination. In the meantime, his dad, the owner of a rotisserie truck in the city of Soria, asks him to pick up the renovated truck, that looks now like a roasted chicken, and bring it home. Toño, on the hand, has managed through hook and crook to climb the steep road of journalism and provides occasional services in the musical Magazine Chill Out. They are hiring one reporter this year. It is more than a flaky position of a stable job for Toño, since his rival to the job is the owner's son. Oliver is a pampered, good for nothing womanizer, who wants the job by all means in order to let his parents know he is not depending on their monthly check. If Toño wants to get this job, he needs to prove that he is... Written by Bob Buckingham

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Si quieres saber lo que es Slam, tendrás que venir a verlo. Frikis, piercings, tangas y mucha nata. 100% salvaje.

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Comedy

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Toda la noche en la calle
Written by Eva Amaral
Performed by Amaral
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very bad film (but funny)
19 April 2006 | by dcldanSee all my reviews

A stupid journalist of Madrid must go to Benicassim's festival to interview Slam (a rock star that has not been interviewed in some years) in order to keep his work. Meanwhile, he will try to catch all the girls he can. This is more or less the typical American young guys comedy (like road trip), but in a Spanish way. Neither the actors nor the directing is good, and the story is totally absurd, but, curiously, it has some good gags and I found myself laughing in some times of the film. It is quite fresh, and being short, does not fed up you. The film is horrible, but the fact is that it is also funny. If you don't have anything better to do, you can watch the film, but you're warned, probably you'll hate it!


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Release Date:

27 June 2003 (Spain) See more »

Also Known As:

Spanyol pite See more »

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$1,676,136
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Morena Films See more »
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