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|Directed by||Carlos Orgambide|
|Produced by||Carlos Orgambide|
|Written by||Carlos Orgambide|
Carlos Gorostiza (play)
María Rosa Gallo
|Music by||Mario Cosentino|
|Edited by||Óscar Esparza|
|23 May 1991|
The 1991 film is an adaption of a play by the same name written by Carlos Gorostiza, one of the central figures in the Open Theatre movement of the early 1980s. The story revolves around the central character of Tuco, (portrayed by Carlos Carella) a singer who struggles to make his debut on television.
The film debuted in Buenos Aires on 23 May 1991.
The film was released on 6 August 1992, in Spain, and was released later in Argentina.