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Azul y Blanco (2004)

Belonging to "brave bars" enemies in the exciting world of football, two fugitive lovers challenge everything.

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Sebastián Araya (as Sebastián Araya Serrano)

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Sebastián Araya (as Sebastián Araya Serrano)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Tamara Acosta Tamara Acosta ... Paloma
Juan Pablo Sáez Juan Pablo Sáez ... Azul
Ricardo Robledo Ricardo Robledo ... Lautaro
Daniel Muñoz ... Bernardo
Luis Dubó ... Ona
Pablo Macaya Pablo Macaya ... Cherokee
Camila Osorio Camila Osorio ... Loba
Ramón Llao ... Hiena
David Olguiser David Olguiser ... Mercurio (as David Olguisser)
Yassim Inojosa Yassim Inojosa ... Mudo
Iván Zamorano ... Iván Zamorano
Luz Jiménez Luz Jiménez ... Quintrala
Paulo Meza Paulo Meza ... Nuñez
Edinson Díaz Edinson Díaz ... Cutufa
Jorge Denegri Jorge Denegri ... Severo
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Belonging to "brave bars" enemies in the exciting world of football, two fugitive lovers challenge everything.

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Drama | Romance | Sport

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Dance & Dense Denso
Performed by Molotov
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Romeo y Julieta "a la chilena"
5 January 2008 | by egoman69See all my reviews

When enemy members of the two main Chilean soccer teams, Azul (Juan Pablo Saez - el Billy, el Leyton) and Paloma (Tamara Acosta) meet in a fight after a soccer game they fall in love at first sight.

They run away through the night in the streets of Santiago, while two groups search for them, when they meet, it happens the inevitable.

Most of the actors come from TV soap novels but the newcomer Ricardo Robledo (Lautaro) plays his role of bad guy better than some consolidate actors.

Similar to "taxi para tres" not only because of the slang, but also two of the three main characters appear here also Luis Dubó (Ona) and Daniel Muñoz. Also Pablo Macaya and Tamara Acosta appear together again (as previously in "el chacotero").

Lots of street fights, the special appearance of Ivan Zamorano, (el pichichi, before the Transantiago), a good choice of metal music and a sex scene from Tamara Acosta (again, like previous in "el chacotero sentimental", "Te amo made in Chile", etc. ) makes this movie nice for a Saturday evening.

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Chile

Release Date:

23 April 2004 (Chile) See more »

Also Known As:

Barras bravas See more »

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$80,163
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