Nicotina

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For the drug with trade name Nicotina, see Nicotine.
Nicotina
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Directed by Hugo Rodríguez
Produced by Laura Imperiale
Monica Lozano Serrano
Written by Martín Salinas
Starring Diego Luna
Music by Fernando Corona
Cinematography Marcelo Iaccarino
Edited by Alberto de Toro
Distributed by Arenas Group
Release dates
  • 3 October 2003 (2003-10-03)
Running time 93 minutes
Country Mexico
Argentina
Language Spanish
Budget $446,768

Nicotina (English: Nicotine) is a six-time Ariel Award winning and six-time nominated 2003 Mexican-Argentine gangster film produced by the same team as the 2000 acclaimed film Amores perros.

Plot[edit]

Lolo is a male science computer geek who tangles with a clutch of the Russian mafia, when he delivers the wrong computer disk to them and with the disastrous results of drugs and smoking tobacco.

Cast[edit]

  • Diego Luna as Lolo
  • Lucas Crespi as Nene
  • Norman Sotolongo as Svóboda
  • Jesús Ochoa as Tomson
  • Martha Tenorio as Eulogia (as Marta Tenorio)
  • Rafael Inclán as Goyo
  • Rosa María Bianchi as Carmen
  • José María Yazpik as Joaquín
  • Marta Belaustegui as Andrea
  • Eugenio Montessoro as Carlos
  • Carmen Madrid as Clara
  • Daniel Giménez Cacho as Beto
  • Alexis Sánchez as Andrei
  • Jorge Zárate as Sánchez
  • Enoc Leaño as Memo

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