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Negocios son negocios (2004)

A simple, kind guy is mistaken for a bank executive. His life is turned upside down.

Director:

Jorge De Bernardi (as Joppe De Bernardi)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Irvin Alberti Irvin Alberti ... Monchy Ventura
Nurin Sanlley Nurin Sanlley ... Altagracia Ventura
Karina Larrauri Karina Larrauri ... Luz Villaverde
Luis José Germán Luis José Germán ... Joaquín
Cuquín Victoria Cuquín Victoria ... Doctor Jacinto Montes de Oca
Ivonne Beras Goico Ivonne Beras Goico ... Mirta Faloni (as Ivonne Beras-Goico)
Franklin Dominguez Franklin Dominguez ... Coronel Aguirre
Georgina Duluc Georgina Duluc ... Mindy Reyes
Marina Cruz Marina Cruz ... Vecina 1
Margarita Lizardo Margarita Lizardo ... Vecina 2
Ana Rivas Ana Rivas ... Mari
Farah Alfonseca Farah Alfonseca ... Laura
Frank Perozo ... El Recomendado
Juan Maria Almonte Juan Maria Almonte ... Accionista
Jochy Santos Jochy Santos ... Ejecutivo
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Storyline

A simple man, silly but good-hearted, is mistaken as the new manager of a big and important bank. Since that chance occurrence happens, his life begins to change. He is suddenly surrounded by power, luxury, compliments, beautiful women - and troubles with the police. Written by Federico Lariño

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In a lifetime, everybody get at least one big opportunity

Genres:

Comedy | Romance

Certificate:

Not Rated
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Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

18 November 2004 (Dominican Republic) See more »

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Budget:

DOP25,000,000 (estimated)
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La Matriz See more »
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Color
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Trivia

Federico Lariño: a barman in the bar scene when Monchy meets Luz See more »

Goofs

The character identified as "Coronel Villaverde" is referred to by a fellow military man as "el general" when the latter tells Luz Villaverde, "Tiene que cuidar al General." Many scenes later, Villaverde identifies himself to Altagracia as "General Villaverde." See more »

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Featured in Un Rollo en la Arena (2005) See more »

Soundtracks

Lo Que La Vida Te Da
Written by Amaury Sanchez
Performed by Frank Reyes
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Well executed and very entertaining comedy, but poor video quality and poor acting.
14 August 2011 | by akmil-abdulahSee all my reviews

This movie is very entertaining even though the jokes were kinda cliché and repetitive. The movie is not boring at all. However, I think it had some editing errors and scenes with rough endings, in other words, non-finished scenes that left the expectator asking what happened, but there were not many scenes like that. The same thing happened with the movie ending, there were plenty of unanswered questions. Despite this, the flow of the movie was very well coordinated, the audio was very good but it came short on the video quality. On the DVD edition I saw, it looked like an old 70's movie with some color problems, static and other film artifacts (no, it was not bootlegged!). The acting was the weakest point of this movie. Luis Jose German and Irvin Alberti looked very amateur in their acting. However, Nurin Sanlley and Cuquin Victoria were very good. I liked the plot of this movie. It seemed very original. As I state earlier, it was very entertaining.


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