It's a romantic comedy, is the first romantic comedy for men. 'Lecciones para un Beso' (Lessons for a Kiss) tells us the story of Alejandro (José Julián Gaviria), a teenager from Bogota who is forced to live in Cartagena de Indias, because her mother (Cristina Umaña) opened a restaurant in that city. But it is there where he falls for an astonishing girl named María (Vanessa Galvis), intending to do the impossible to give her a kiss on the lips. Due to his inexperience in the art of love, Alejandro enlists the help of three clients of the restaurant -a romantic (Oscar Mauricio Rodriguez), a liar (Bárbaro Marin) and a materialistic (Salvo Basile)- to be taught how to achieve his goal. These men not only accept, but also make a bet to see who gets to lead Alejandro to his first kiss.
Juan Pablo Bustamante
Una comedia para hombres, ¡sobre mujeres! (A comedy for men, about women!)
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Did You Know?
The title until the shooting of the movie was 'Lecciones para un Trío (Lessons for a Threesome)', but since it lead to more interpretations than the ones expected by the screenwriter, that at the end only generated confusion, it was changed to 'Lecciones para un Beso (Lessons for a Kiss)' after a suggestion of the editor Alberto Ponce
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El Negro No Para
Performed by Juan Carlos Pueyo 'El Chongo'
Music and Lyrics by Andrés Peláez
Original Song for Lecciones para un Beso
Played in the scene where the song is used as a test, to the dance a Mapalé See more