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Very amusing all the way through. Guillermo Francella was also in The Secret in Their Eyes (the Argentinian version), where he displayed the exact same dead-pan humor playing as Pablo Sandoval. In fact the whole movie seemed to be written for his style of humor (tongue-in-cheek).
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