El aviso inoportuno

80 min


- Hello, Andrea.

- Hello, Jon.

Are you with David?

He's not picking up.

No, I'm waiting outside.

I think he was in a meeting.

What nerve.

If he's not out in five minutes,

drag him out by the hair.


And can you get some ice

from the 24-hour store?

Your buddy can't do without

his gin and tonic.

Whatever you say, boss.

Go on, don't be long. Big kiss.

See you soon. Big kiss.

That's it, Jon. Let's go.

Thirty-two minutes late.

Sorry. I'll tell you later. Go.

I need some ice

from the 24-hour store.

And champagne.

No shit. You're going to ask her?


Sure, with you there.

F*ck, no. I'll tell her we're spending

the weekend in Paris.

That's great. Paris.

Yes. I'll propose to her in Paris.

She'll love it.

I'm happy for you. For both of you.

I know.

And you know who's going to be

my best man?

- If she says yes.

- Shit, man. Can you imagine?

Kneeling under the Eiffel Tower like:

"Will you marry me?"

"Well, no.

F*ck off!"

Stop kidding!

I'll go.

- Want anything?

- Don't forget the ice. Thanks.






Call an ambulance!

Call an ambulance!





A guy was killed in there ten years ago.

There was blood

and bits of brain on the floor.

I heard it was a shooting.

And two guys died.


He's gonna piss himself.

For me.

Now go inside the store

and get us a porn mag.

Go on, move it!

- Move it!

- Go!

Nico, what are you doing here?

I waited for you at school

for half an hour!

Are you all right?

Sorry, Mom.

Go on, get in.

Where's your bag?

At school, I don't have any homework.

This is the last time you leave

without telling me.

Go on, put on your seat belt.


How is he?

In a coma. They're going to do

some brain activity tests on him,

we'll have the results in the morning.

My brother's not going without a fight.

- Can I see him?

- One second.

Did you see who did it?

I saw someone leave,

but not his face. It was so fast.

He ran off?

No, he got in a car.

- Anything else?

- There was another man inside.

He was... I don't know,

from the East or Russian.

He had a tattoo here and he was hurt.

He pointed a gun at me

and left.

We'll get the fucker who did this.

- Let's go.

- Yes.

My love...

My darling...

You have to fight. Please.

Don't leave me alone. Please.

Please hold on.

Please hold on.

He can't die.

He's not going to die.

You owe us a mag, asshole!


Don't forget it, dickhead!


Mom, let's go.

Let's go.

- You have to defend yourself.

- They're older than me.

If they insult or hit you,

tell the teacher, or I will.

I'm not a snitch, Mom.

Please don't talk to the school.

Unless you defend yourself,

they'll keep messing with you.

And they'll take your backpack.

I have to get gas.

Go get a shake, I'll be right there.

What are you doing?

Aren't you a bit young

to be stealing porn mags?

How old are you?

I'll be 10 next week.

Please don't tell my mother.

Don't worry.


Nico, did you get the shake?

Not yet.

What are you waiting for?

How much is it? Number 7.

That's 30 euros for the gas

and the magazine.

- Thanks.

- Thank you.

Do you come to this store a lot?


It looked like the owner knew you.

What were you talking about?

Did you know a guy

got killed in there ten years ago?

They blew his brains out.

- Who told you that?

- Some kids from school.

Is it true?

The same ones that were picking on you?

I'm sure they made it up to scare you.

It's a positive response.

We're optimistic.

But we have to wait.

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Rafael Baledón

Rafael Baledón (25 November 1919 in Campeche — 6 May 1994 in Mexico City, Mexico) was a Mexican actor, director, producer and writer. more…

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