Synopsis: Two interlaced stories unfold over the course of the same long, hot day in the once lush and now decadent resort town of Acapulco. The first involves the beautiful and cool Fernanda, who is...
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Gerardo Naranjo
Production: IFC First Take
  2 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
93 min

Fucking asshole. Fucking asshole.

Fucking asshole.

I'll have...

a clericot.

I don't know, Fer,

it's just that I think

I've got the right to see you.

What right?

And don't call me Fer, Chano.

Are you brain-dead or what?

The only right you have

is to shut your stupid gob.

So what? You think because

we had a scene once,

you can cruise in when you fuckin'

feel like it and I'm gonna fall all over you?

Chano, you ripped off my father, you moron.

You robbed my father.

And what you did to me,

you half-witted shithead.

You're a turd, garbage!

A slimy worm who thrives on his own crap.

No. You're not even garbage.

You're nothing, you're invisible! Nothing at all.

You make me so fucking angry, you jerk.

You're so full of shit,

you make me want to puke.

See that? I even pay my bills now.

Tips and all.

You are so pathetic.

You think you're funny, it's all a big joke?

- Martn, can you put it on my tab?

- Sure, no problem.

- See you.

- Take care.

Seriously, Chano. Isn't it painful

not having self-respect or shame?

I don't know. I guess I'd like to be

different or something,

but I sure ain't suffering over it.

What's worst is that

you think you're being so cool,

but what you don't realize

is that everyone thinks

you're a half-wit, trapped in the past.

Well, maybe they're...

You see? You don't give a damn.

Makes me sick.

Haven't you noticed we've all grown up?

You still act like a stupid kid,

thinking it's cool

to be the class clown.

I mean, just look at what you're wearing.

You've got to be kidding.

They're from my work,

and nobody thinks I'm the class clown.

That's what you think.

You wouldn't believe how many people

congratulated me when you left.

Nobody loves you!

You think I care if those prissy

little faggots like me or not?

So, tell me? You found yourself

a little Romeo yet?


- Yes, Chano.

- Who?


- You don't know him.

- Who is he? He must have a name.

His name is Gonzalo.


No way! I know him! Are you for real?

Gonzalo? How low can you go?

I can't believe it. For real?

So, does he make you happy?

More than I've ever been.

How weird. You always

wanted to live with a yuppie.

He's not a yuppie,

and you can cut the crap!

I have much more fun with him

than I ever did with you.

Uh-huh, Fernanda, yeah.

Sure thing, Fer!

Seriously, Chano, do something

with your life. You're pitiful.

Au revoir.

- Cut the international crap, Fer, okay?

- Go away, loser.

Hello? Lore?

Guess who I was with just right now.

Chano, Lore. I swear it...

Wait, let me see...

Get lost. What do you want?

I'm not letting you in.

Yeah, I answered the door,

and Chano was standing there

with his moronic half-wit face.

I don't know. He's a loser.

It was incredible, but...

No, no, no, I already had a go at him.

The truth is, I realized I never loved him.

I'll call you back.

What now Chano? What?

What you mean, what?

Chano, what's wrong with you?

- Let go of me!

- Keep still!


Chano, stop!

What are you doing?

Chano, stop!

- Shut up, bitch.

- Chano, stop!

- Shut up, Fer.

- Not like this.

I want you.

- Use a condom.

- Come off it, bitch. I'm raping you.

- Take my shirt off.

- Yes.

Hold on.

- I can't.

- Hold on.


Damn you, Chano!

What a fool.

Give me a cigarette.

No, no, no, no!

What's with...

Now what?

Jesus, Chano,

you tore all my clothes.

So, where were you?


I got a job on a cruise ship.


Yeah, I was the piano player.

I don't believe you.

No bullshit. I had to dance

with the grannies, too.

- Were you a gigolo? Truth?

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