Adán (Omar Chaparro) is a charming seducer who believes he knows how to make any woman swoon. He prepares to teach his friends the art of conquering women, using his array of bullet-proof ... See full summary »
When Cindy decides that she doesn't want to marry her boyfriend, she runs to Mexico City, where new friendships and unexpected paths teach her that there are so much more possibilities on her life and her talent than she imagines.
Catalina Aguilar Mastretta,
The film has its best moments when it becomes a tribute to Pedro Infante (Omar Chaparro manages to imitate Pedro's voice perfectly), and to have good comedy moments that remind us again and again of Infante's work.
However, the film also raises the idea that Pedro must be re-educated to leave machismo behind and adopt more feminist positions. And it is in this sense where the film fails, when it tries to insert the feminist message, that although it is implicitly left over and makes the good rhythm of the plot be interrupted by such scolding.
A regular tribute to Pedro Infante, sometimes funny and sometimes moralistic, however, acceptable to see as a family.
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