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Dos crímenes (1994)

After being falsely accused of a murder, Marcos (Alcazar) runs away to the small and quiet town of Cuevano, where he has relatives. There he finds that the family matters are more ... See full summary »

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Roberto Sneider
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Damián Alcázar ... Marcos González
José Carlos Ruiz ... Ramón
Pedro Armendáriz Jr. ... Alfonso
Dolores Heredia ... Lucero
Margarita Isabel Margarita Isabel ... Amalia
Leticia Huijara ... Carmen 'la Chamuca'
David Clennon ... Jim
Fernando Torre Laphame Fernando Torre Laphame ... Don Pepe el boticario
Jesús Ochoa ... Fernando
Rene Pereyra Rene Pereyra ... Gerardo (as René Pereyra)
Guillermo Gil Guillermo Gil ... Santana
Farnesio de Bernal ... Doctor Canalejas
Pilar Souza Pilar Souza ... Zenaida
Abel Woolrich Abel Woolrich ... Colorado
Fernando Rubio Fernando Rubio ... Licenciado Zorilla
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After being falsely accused of a murder, Marcos (Alcazar) runs away to the small and quiet town of Cuevano, where he has relatives. There he finds that the family matters are more complicated than his, and that the complexities of small-town life are richer (and more dangerous) than his apparently sophisticated life in the big city. Written by Maximiliano Maza <mmaza@campus.mty.itesm.mx>

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Mexico

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

30 June 1995 (Mexico) See more »

Also Known As:

Kissing Cousin See more »

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Ultra Stereo

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Color
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Mildly interesting
21 June 1999 | by HaN-hAnSee all my reviews

This movie is obviously connected in some way to the 1994 movie "Greedy," with Michael J. Fox. The essential story line is pretty much the same: dying rich family member, blood sucking nephews and nieces want to get a piece of the pie before the old geezer dies. However, there are a few interesting twists in the plot that add a little spice to the movie that "Greedy" obviously misses. Add to this the fact that the actors are of a high caliber...Marcos is a delight to watch, his toothpaste smile charming everybody, and the beautiful Lucarno is enticing. The setting is quasi exotic and the movie is well scripted, adding that sensual touch and the rude language that otherwise used would be merely sex and swearing. The twist in the end is particularly interesting...I won't spoil the plot. Suffice it for me to say that this movie is better than average entertainment value.


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