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Synopsis

Friends and partners reveal their secrets and realize how much they don’t know about one another in this Mexican comedy. A few couples have dinner together during a lunar eclipse, but despite the astronomical event going on above, it seems like a normal night. Then the hostess proposes a game: everyone will read all the text messages they get to the entire group, and take any calls in front of everyone at the dinner.

Soon hidden relationships are brought to light and the dinner turns into a wild ride of discovery and pure tension. Manolo Caro (The House of Flowers) directs this remake of the 2016 Italian comedy Perfect Strangers.

Cast

  • Bruno Bichir
  • Manuel Garcia-Rulfo
  • Franky Martín
  • Miguel Rodarte
  • Cecilia Suárez
  • Ana Claudia Talancón
  • Mariana Treviño
  • Camila Valero

Did You Know?

Trivia

  • Cecilia Suárez and Manuel Garcia-Rulfo also worked together at Tales Of An Immoral Couple (2016) that was also directed by Manolo Caro.
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Metacritic

63
Jan 11, 2019

It’s a simple, stripped-down premise that transcends cultural specificity.

Metacritic review by Monica Castillo
Monica Castillo
RogerEbert.com
70
Jan 7, 2019

Although it's enjoyable to make the acquaintance of the well-played, crowd-pleasing Strangers, the encounter is quickly forgotten.

Metacritic review by Jonathan Holland
Jonathan Holland
The Hollywood Reporter
60
Jan 7, 2019

Caro’s ability to localize what might feel broad shines through, even though he is operating within set storytelling boundaries.

Metacritic review by Carlos Aguilar
Carlos Aguilar
TheWrap