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Santos, a failed comic book artist, lives in a parallel universe where he's a superhero who has to save the world.

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Nicolás López
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Javier Gutiérrez ... Salvador Santos
Elsa Pataky ... Laura Luna
Leonardo Sbaraglia ... Arturo Antares
Guillermo Toledo ... Antropomosco
Nicolás Martínez ... Jovito / Inter Opomosco
Berta Muñiz ... Busiek
Walter Cornás Walter Cornás ... Juanita
Pablo Pinedo Pablo Pinedo ... Gigaman
Cristina Pascual Cristina Pascual ... Aki / Madre de Arturo
Jenny Cavallo Jenny Cavallo ... Madre de Salvador
Felipe Braun Felipe Braun ... Padre de Arturo
Vivian Morales Vivian Morales ... Novia Juanita
Teresita Reyes Teresita Reyes ... Madre de Busiek
Cristian Ulloa Cristian Ulloa ... Salvador Niño
Javiera Toledo Javiera Toledo ... Laura Niña
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Santos, a failed comic book artist, lives in a parallel universe where he's a superhero who has to save the world.

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From the Makers of Planet Terror and Don't Be Afraid of the Dark and the director of Veritas, Prince of Truth


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Pedro Pascal was considered role of Salvador Santos See more »

Goofs

Even though the movie states that in 1975 a cataclysm destroyed Europe and East Asia which led to the course of known history it being altered causing the creation of fictional cities and futuristic technology in contemporary times, characters make references to movies made after that point in time, specifically the Star Wars Saga and Toy Story. See more »

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Referenced in Caiga quien caiga - CQC: Episode #16.10 (2012) See more »

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Santos
3 January 2009 | by thatnicSee all my reviews

I totally agree with Julio Lopez. This is the worst Chilean film I have ever seen and practically the worst film I have ever seen at all. Moreover it was like a bad joke and a double irony as I went to the cinema on the day of the "Santos Innocentes", the Chilean equivalent of April Fool's day and indeed felt a fool when I came out. Strangely enough, I also got stuck on "Ed Wood" and with both films came out with the feeling of frustration that I had wasted both time and money by going to see this film. There are some disgusting scenes of one of the comic characters, a fly, eating excrement, reminding me of Pasolini's 120 days of Sodom, the only film I have ever walked out of. I should have done the same here. When I got back, I entered the IMDb and saw Julio's comments and decided that however much the local TV may plug a film, I will check the user rating in IMDb first!


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Official Sites:

Official site [Spain]

Country:

Spain | Chile | Venezuela

Language:

Japanese | English | Spanish

Release Date:

16 January 2009 (USA) See more »

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Budget:

EUR6,000,000 (estimated)

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$147,090
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(European Film Market)

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