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Fin de curso (2005)

Two months to the end of classes at the Spanish Liceo of Lisbon and time to choose the travel destination Prom. That caused a civil war between those who proposes a cultural trip to Paris, and those who prefer to enjoy a week in Benidorm.

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Miguel Martí
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Jordi Vilches ... Jaime
Álvaro Monje Álvaro Monje ... Kaos
Andreu Castro ... Héctor
Yohana Cobo ... Noa
Pau Roca Pau Roca ... Borja
Aida Folch ... Marta
Marco Paiva Marco Paiva ... XL
Catarina Wallenstein ... Isabelle
Verónica Verónica ... Sandra
Heitor Lourenço Heitor Lourenço ... João
Júlio Martin Júlio Martin ... Luis
Sara Graça Sara Graça ... Catherine
Guilherme Filipe Guilherme Filipe ... Alberto
Rodrigo Névoa Rodrigo Névoa ... Tote
Mário Franco Mário Franco ... Álvaro
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Two months to the end of classes at the Spanish Liceo of Lisbon and time to choose the travel destination Prom. That caused a civil war between those who proposes a cultural trip to Paris, and those who prefer to enjoy a week in Benidorm.

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Official Sites:

Magna Films [Spain]

Country:

Spain | Portugal

Language:

Portuguese | Spanish

Release Date:

15 July 2005 (Spain) See more »

Also Known As:

Kitört a vakáció! See more »

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Spanish American Pie
24 February 2007 | by johnmec2003See all my reviews

I enjoyed this movie. It is not for everybody, cause it is raunchy and a bit gross sometimes. American Pie movies are not serious stuff, so do not come here for any serious movie night. However, in my opinion, the movie, despite its simplicity, is a decent first attempt to make a Spanish teenage comedy a la American Pie. There are important differences. Here the plot revolves around a teenager that wants to go the extra mile for becoming popular in his school. I would say that a suitable audience for this movie would be teenagers and young people looking to have a quick laugh. It is also quite likely you will enjoy it more if you are Spanish or if you understand this language.


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