¡No, hija, no! (1987)

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23 June 2019 | santos-juanluis
7
| Comedy of errors about the local politics of a city
The film is a full-fledged low-cost movie. It was recorded in the times of commercial decline of Ozores, during his agreement with Cascales to produce several titles for very little money for VHS renting. The film is highly recommended for the current times, since the great Mariano Ozores gives a good stake to the politicians from his critical and cynical point of view.

The film criticizes the failures of an unstable society not used to vote. I recommend that you see this movie with a good beer and some doritos so you can appreciate this gift that the great Mariano Ozores gives us in the form of quintessential ART with capital letters. The film does not show nudes, although there are two ladies in their underwear. The film itself is almost a play, and it keeps the rhythm that Ozores had in his best films. Definitely, the best characteristic is the rhythm, it's almost a play taken to the cinema.

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Country of Origin

Spain

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