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William Fenton 5 years ago
Pedestrian but mildly diverting.
Nick Fenton 5 years ago
Pretty standard con-artist kind of film. Not unenjoyable but
Alexandra Sundarsingh over 5 years ago
Keep your friends close, and your victims even closer.
Facu Leiva-Freytes over 5 years ago
One of the best argentinian movies ever made.
emilio murillo over 5 years ago
Fun film. Great performances. Lots of cool camera movements and sequences. Clever script.
natalia iglesias almost 6 years ago
ótimos personagens. boas sequências.
Gil Quintana over 6 years ago
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Felicitas Keclach almost 6 years ago
Nine Queens (Spanish: Nueve Reinas) (2000) is an Argentine crime drama film written and directed by Fabián Bielinsky. The picture features Gastón Pauls, Ricardo Darín, Leticia Brédice, and Tomás Fonzi, among others. The film was nominated for 28 awards and won 21 of them. It tells the story of two con artists who meet, apparently randomly, and decide to cooperate in a scam. The film opens at a convenience store early in the morning. Juan, a con artist, successfully scams the cashier, but later messes up by attempting the same scam again on the next shift. Marcos, who has been observing the whole time, steps in pretending to be a police officer and takes Juan away. As soon as they are far enough from the shop, Marcos tells Juan he is not actually a cop but a fellow con man. Juan asks Marcos to show him the ropes, because his father, also a con man, is in jail and he needs to raise money to bribe the judge to reduce his father's sentence to six months from ten years. Then a rare scheme...
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