When the flesh of your flesh is rotten, will you go to any extent to protect your own? Or will you cut them loose? Jesus is a story of the ultimate betrayal.

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Fernando Guzzoni
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Nicolás Durán Nicolás Durán ... Jesús
Alejandro Goic ... Héctor
Gastón Salgado ... Beto
Sebastián Ayala ... Pizarro
Esteban González Esteban González ... Raúl
Constanza Moreno Constanza Moreno ... Aylín
Pablo Gutiérrez Pablo Gutiérrez ... Gonzalo
Carlos Espinoza Carlos Espinoza ... Vendedor Celular
Diego Cardona Diego Cardona ... Guardia
Gloria Granja Gloria Granja ... Marta
Nick Bolt Nick Bolt ... Cantante Discoteque
Nicolás Oliva Nicolás Oliva ... Grupo Kpop Rebirth
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A handsome kid with musical keys tattooed on his neck and a gaze that keeps toggling between absent and insolent, Jesus is frequently left to his own devices because his widower father, Hector, is often absent for days on end for work. The adolescent seems to have an iffy handle on money but at least seems to enjoy being part of an all-boys group that performs at K-pop-fueled dance-offs. Whether it's the actual dancing or the teenage public's screaming adulation that he craves, however, is never quite clear because he isn't much of a talker and when he does speak, he doesn't tend to actually say all that much. With his buddies, he's also into less innocent forms of entertainment, including watching snuff videos in which Narcos kill people; inhaling forbidden substances or engaging in rough nookie with both male and female friends or acquaintances. Written by Hollywood Reporter

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One Betrayal is Enough

Genres:

Drama

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Boring development...
5 December 2018 | by SekhoSee all my reviews

I think the Chilean scriptwriters have good ideas but bad development of scripts, they do not know how to maintain a good plot, they do not know how to create good dialogues that make us stick to the screen, a clear example of that deficiency is this film.


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Spanish

Release Date:

1 September 2017 (USA) See more »

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