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Ladies' Night (2003)

Romantic Comedy about two girls who find love in the most unexpected places in modern-day Mexico City.


Ignacio Darnaude (idea by), Issa López (screenplay) | 2 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Ana Claudia Talancón ... Alicia
Ana de la Reguera ... Ana
Luis Roberto Guzmán Luis Roberto Guzmán ... Roco
Fabián Corres Fabián Corres ... Fabián
Hugo Silva ... Dago
Sofia Alvarez Sofia Alvarez ... Evelyn
Amor Huerta Amor Huerta ... Alicia Niña
Georgette Terrazas Georgette Terrazas ... Gemela 1
Jeanette Terrazas Jeanette Terrazas ... Gemela 2
Laura Felgel Laura Felgel ... Lala
Edgar Ponce Edgar Ponce ... Blunanu
Víctor Jiménez Víctor Jiménez ... Nouncer
Alberto Ponce Alberto Ponce ... Beto
Elías Ajil Elías Ajil ... Stripper Bala
Juhad Kuri Juhad Kuri ... Roco Adolescente


Romantic Comedy about two girls who find love in the most unexpected places in modern-day Mexico City.

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Release Date:

10 December 2003 (Mexico) See more »

Also Known As:

I nyhta anikei stis gynaikes See more »

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1.85 : 1
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Mexican attempt to do pop culture films for mayor audiences is a flop
4 January 2004 | by farchondoSee all my reviews

It scares me the idea of how can I start to talk about this film, from the moment it started I was sure that someone gave a 35 mm camera to a 6 year old kid and he just started to shot with the ability of an orphan to show love and tender, so many of the shots were out of focus!

The attempt to present the characters in a sort of Amelie way is in technique and narrative style, a SHAME. Those poor actors, especially those wanna be actresses that lead these film, are in their worst day for style and histrionic abilities, they just talked those dialogs as if they were not bad at all with the confidence of a blind woman when she tries to cross a highway by herself.

The script has only one merit that only mexican people will probably (with enough pity) appreciate, and it is that the story can give you a bite of the social complexity that mexican women live and the boundaries that needs to be brake in our society, but just telling it gives to this film too much credit, that actually was only my own achievemnt on reflection, this movie sucks! and especially because the script, which it feels as the work of a kinder garden student with too much hormones, thinking in strippers and dirty language, there is not even a good connection between one scene and another and there is NO moment when you can feel that you are been guide by competent people.

I feel shame for the people who see this film, and even more for those who spend their money on the way for neural destruction and actually aprecciate. If the people that produce it has the nerve to send it to another countries I will down my head in shame and pray (for the first time in my life) that foreign people won´t see it, AVOID IT AT ALL COST!

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