Vente a Alemania, Pepe

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Vente a Alemania, Pepe
Directed by Pedro Lazaga
Produced by Andrés Vicente Gómez
Written by Vicente Escrivá
Vicente Coello
Starring Alfredo Landa
José Sacristán
Tina Sáinz
Antonio Ferrandis
Gemma Cuervo
Fernando Guillén
Josele Román
Rosa Fontana
Teófilo Calle
Manuel Summers
Music by Antón García Abril
Release date
  • 1971 (1971)
Running time
95 minutes
Country Spain
Language Spanish

Vente a Alemania, Pepe (Come to Germany, Pepe) is a Spanish film, which was directed by Pedro Lazaga. The premiere was in 1971.

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The films starts in a small village in Aragon, Peralejos. Angelino (José Sacristán), who was born there, comes back from Germany. He boasts about how rich he has become and describes the wonders of that country and its women. He persuades Pepe (Alfredo Landa) to emigrate to that country, so he can improve his life. However, once he is in Munich, he notices that life is harder than expected.

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