Adiós querida luna (2004)

  |  Comedy, Sci-Fi


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Three astronauts are sent on a mission to destroy the moon.


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22 July 2006 | drjackzon
8
| Very surrealist movie.
When I was given the film and read the title, I expected anything but what I got.

Three Argentinian astronauts aboard an old fashioned Italian-voiced spaceship who try to blow the moon out... Wow! But this is just the beginning, the prologue.

After we know their mission, the movie action starts, and also a lot of surrealistic gags involving character's relationship and their pasts. Anyway, besides it's sci-fi movie, you shouldn't forget it's also a comedy... with a very particular kind of humor.

I think it's very remarkable the Argentininian patriotic atmosphere, a parody of USA movies, where you can see the flag of Argentina everywhere and the astronauts as very keen soccer fans.

Moreover, I found pretty funny a scene I can't describe because it'd be a spoiler, but in that scene you can hear a very, very long string of typical Argentinian swearwords and profanities.

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Genres

Comedy | Sci-Fi

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Release Date:

12 May 2005

Language

Spanish, Italian


Country of Origin

Argentina

Filming Locations

Buenos Aires, Federal District, Argentina

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