Piernas cruzadas (1984)

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Piernas cruzadas (1984) Poster

Lucerito is a Spanish star who has come to Mexico, accompanied by her godfather and her agent, to find work. Rosario is from upper class society and has grown tired of the demands made upon... See full summary »


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Rafael Villaseñor Kuri


Jorge Patiño (story), Jorge Patiño (screenplay)

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30 August 2004 | jjturley
| Confused Identities!
This romantic comedy is about a wealthy family living in a large city in Mexico. The mother is a crusader for moral decency and the father willingly goes along with everything. Their beautiful daughter is extremely sexually repressed as a consequence, and gets all kinds of therapy to deal with her "problem". Hidden cameras and multiple security men in and around the family mansion assure that visiting suitors cannot get too close to the daughter. Meanwhile, in the city's red light district there is a well-known exotic dancer who is eager to leave and make an international name for herself. Her sleazy agent only makes empty promises to keep her in line. By amazing coincidence, the dancer is almost identical in looks to the wealthy daughter. Finally, the daughter makes an escape and goes into the city, hoping nobody will discover her identity...


Release Date:

15 March 1984



Country of Origin

Mexico, Spain

Filming Locations

Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico

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