In Mexico City, the powerful and violent magnate of steel Oscar Cabos catches his daughter Paulina having sex with her boyfriend and his employee Javier "Jaque" and he works Jaque over. On the next day, Jaque pays a visit to Cabos in his office and the angry man comes with a golf club to hit Jaque again. However, Cabos accidentally trips on a golf ball, falls on the floor and faints. Jaque calls his best friend Mudo to help him, but the janitor Nacho finds his boss fainted on the floor and he steals and dresses himself with Cabos' clothes and jewels. Meanwhile, Nacho's son Botcha and his friend Nico have planned to kidnap Cabos and they are waiting for him in the parking garage. When he walks in the parking garage, the two kidnappers hit him on the back of the head, believing that he is Cabos, they cover his head with a bag. They head with the abducted man to the house of Botcha's girlfriend Lula. Meanwhile, Jaque and Mudo calls their wrestler friend Ruben "Mascarita" and his midget ...
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
When coincidences have consequences
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Motion Picture Rating
Rated R for pervasive violence and language, some strong sexuality and drug use
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Did You Know?
The title is a play on words: "Matando Cabos" means "Killing Cabos" Cabos is the last name of one of the characters. But if the "M" is removed it becomes "atando Cabos" that means "Tying lose ends". See more
(at around 1h 8 mins) The black car's windshield is smashed with a crowbar. When it falls off the stadium the windshield has no hole nor crowbar in it. See more
At the end of the credits the chinese cook can be seen at the International Airport of México, going back to China. See more
Remade as Quién mató a Bambi?
Performed by Los Ángeles Azules See more
16 July 2004 (Mexico)
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Opening Weekend USA: $75,730,
28 August 2005
Gross USA: $155,874
Cumulative Worldwide Gross: $5,653,093
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Aspect Ratio: 1.85 : 1
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