R | | Action, Comedy, Crime
A Catholic priest teams up with a Black Metal aficionado and an Italian connoisseur of the occult to avert the birth of the beast, and with it, the end of the world.
The neon "Schweppes" sign on which the protagonists are hung from is at number 41 of the Gran Vía (Capitol building, formerly known as Carrión building) in the heart of Madrid, Spain.
Well, it's fundamental. lt inspired me to see the Apocalypse not as an allegory but as an equation. Each letter has its own number. So, for example... Daleth is worth four, and Synn is worth three hundred, so we can...
The last scene takes place nine months after Christmas, but the flowers and trees in the park show that it's early spring.
Jaime Blanch's, David Pinilla's, Antonio Dechent's and Ignacio Carreño's characters are listed as "Toyota". These characters were replaced in later drafts of the scripts as "assailants". In the movie, they are called "Limpia Madrid", but credits still call them "Toyota." This is because they drive a Toyota car.
$6,479 (USA) (27 December 1998)
$15,324 (USA) (3 January 1999)
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