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A couple of friends work for a taxi driver to rob his passengers, but they feel like they're getting ripped off. They decide to plan their own robberies, but they are amateurs and things ... See full summary »
The Pretenders (Los Simuladores) are a specialized Commando group formed by 4 men, who are hired by someone that presents them with a problem and wants a solution. Los Simuladores elaborate... See full summary »
Roque starts University in Buenos Aires but he is not particularly interested in attending classes or working towards a degree. Instead, he dedicates his time to one of the many groups ... See full summary »
Matías Franco is a lobbyist, a "manager of interests" in favor of individuals, companies and corporations. His job is to intercede, influence and pressure his contacts in power to realize very profitable business for their clients.
Rodrigo De la Serna,
A young working-class man comes fron Misiones (an Argentinian province) to Buenos Aires, with a fighting rooster, looking for his brother, and gets involved with low life characters, who introduce him to a world of crime.
Bear has never gotten over the separation from his wife and daughter after having been convicted for armed robbery and homicide and sent to prison. Now he is out, to finally get his cut of ... See full summary »
Israel Adrián Caetano
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In Buenos Aires, the twenty and something year old Jewish-Argentinean Ariel Makaroff has left the University of Architecture and spends his time wandering through the downtown gallery where... See full summary »
I saw this movie not a long time ago, and I think is excellent. It's not supposed to be funny, it's supposed to be faithful to a really particular context: private countries clubs in the nineties, and the movie really fulfills that purpose. The whole plot which seems really superficial (in fact, it is a bit, but with a lot of humor) is just an excuse to shows what living in countries clubs was, in a very truthful way.
I think that everyone should consider seeing this movie, if only because it's very different from every Argentinian movie I've ever seen.
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