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Nacida para ganar (2016)

There are two kind of people: those who want money, and those who get money.

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Vicente Villanueva
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Alexandra Jiménez ... Encarna
Cristina Castaño ... María Dolores
Victoria Abril ... Victoria Abril
Trinidad Iglesias Trinidad Iglesias ... Brigi
Susi Bodega Susi Bodega ... Susi
Luisi Bodega Luisi Bodega ... Luisi
Vicky Bodega Vicky Bodega ... Vicky
Ana María Ayala Ana María Ayala ... Aurori
Luisber Santiago Luisber Santiago ... Paquitín
José Manuel Cervino ... Ginés
Marta Belenguer ... Nieves
Antonio de la Cruz ... Barney
Sayago Ayuso Sayago Ayuso ... Orozco
Antonio Hidalgo Antonio Hidalgo ... Antonio Hidalgo
María Morales María Morales ... Benita
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Storyline

Encarna is a thirtysomething girl of Móstoles (Madrid) trapped in a life without changes, at the side of her lifelong boyfriend and with a job absent of incentives. Stigmatized by the famous Spanish sketch of the "Empanadillas de Móstoles" performed by humorist duet Martes and Trece, broadcast at the 1985's New Years Eve, Encarna looking for a way to escape to a life consumed in the boring and routine. One day, Encarna meets María Dolores, former classmate of the school, who introduces her in the world of pyramid selling, sponsored in the company by the own boss, a woman who claims to be real actress Victoria Abril. Believing that it's the opportunity that she was waiting for, Encarna determines to work as saleswoman with María Dolores, discovering a world of money and luxury where she finally finds the chance to be who really she wanted, until that a series of events lead her to question her new lifestyle and how legal it's... Written by Chockys

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Country:

Spain

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

6 May 2016 (Spain) See more »

Also Known As:

Born to Win See more »

Filming Locations:

Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain See more »

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Budget:

€2,500,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend:

€90,895 (Spain), 6 May 2016, Limited Release
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Trivia

At the beginning of the movie, set in 1985 New Year's Eve, can be seen to a child Encarna and her mother and aunts watching a TV show. This show is real and it was part of the TV special broadcast by former TVE-1 (actual "La 1", in these times the only TV channel in Spain together TVE-2, actual "La 2"), which was performed by humorist duet Martes y Trece composed by Josema Yuste and Millán Salcedo. The sketch is a parody of a radio show incredibly popular in those years called "Encarna de noche" (Encarna by the night), created and hosted by journalist Encarna Sánchez where she talked with ordinary people who called Encarna to tell their stories and problems looking for a solution. The sketch was an estimated audience about 35,000,000 people, turning in one of the most beloved in all history of the Spain's TV. See more »

Soundtracks

Shut the Fuck Up and Dance
Written by Antonio Escobar, Juanjo Martín, Tony Romero and Javier Orihuela
Performed by Las Supremas de Móstoles
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