A wealthy businessman hires a famous filmmaker to help make a smash hit film.A wealthy businessman hires a famous filmmaker to help make a smash hit film.A wealthy businessman hires a famous filmmaker to help make a smash hit film.
A billionaire businessman in search of fame and social prestige decides to make a unique, groundbreaking film. To achieve this goal, he hires the best of the best: A stellar team consisting of famous filmmaker Lola Cuevas and two well-known actors who boast not only an enormous talent, but also an even bigger ego: Hollywood star Félix Rivero and aging theater thespian Iván Torres. They're both legends, but not exactly the best of friends. Through a series of increasingly hilarious tests set by Lola, Félix and Iván must confront not only each other, but also their own legacies. —exe_malaga93
Not bad but
I just can't believe that a director could abuse her two internationally famed actors as her wish. Actors signed on to play roles they think good for them to play, but if the actors are well-known or even award winning ones, usually, the directors might have to humble themselves to accommodate with those actors, unlike what the female director who would and could abuse, insult or abuse the ego, the dignity and the vanity of such famous actors like what we saw in it. This movie somehow actually delivers and shows us something about the people who involve in a movie production. There are several moments that I laughed, they are actually quite funny. A movie with limited participants and limited settings, all based upon a bare-bone skeleton-like hollow script, and it's obviously not easy to hold the interest of the audiences, yet it works by recruiting several great actors of our time. It's a very good analysis on peoples' egos, especially on those famous actors who sometimes have to compete with each other in the same movie as opponents to each other for better and greater performance. This linear going simple yet also complicated long movie indeed needs your patience and sense of humor to to through it.
- May 15, 2022
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