|Directed by||Eloy de la Iglesia|
Eloy de la Iglesia
José Luis Alonso
María Luisa San José
|Edited by||Julio Peña|
|Distributed by||David Whitten |
Nowadays, the film is a portrait of the society during the Spanish transition to democracy times.
Madrid, Roberto Orbea (José Sacristán) is a member of a Spanish left party. He is married to Carmen (María Luisa San José), and he has been elected as Deputy in the first democratic elections in Spain. But his enemies, the fascist, know his double life. Roberto likes boys, and they hire Juanito (José Luis Alonso) to seduce the politician. They fall in love.
- José Sacristán as Roberto Orbea
- María Luisa San José as Carmen Orbea
- José Luis Alonso as Juanito
- Enrique Vivó as Morena Pastrana
- Agustín González as Carres
- Queta Claver as Juanito's chef
- Ángel Pardo as Nes
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