Raul, Eduardo and Santiago have led a happy and masculine life from their childhood, until, one day, Santiago confesses to them that he is gay. Raul, the alpha male and more homophobic of the three, will try to convince his friend that it is nothing more than a simple sexual confusion, until, when the situation becomes unsustainable, Eduardo and Raul will set aside their prejudices and decide to help Santiago to venture into his new gay life.

  • 1 hr 39 minRHDSD
  • Sep 1, 2017
  • Comedy

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Cast & Crew

  • Humberto BustoEduardo

    Humberto Busto was born on June 23, 1978 in Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico. He is an actor and producer, known for Polar Bear (2017), Diablero (2018) and El Chapo (2017).
  • Mauricio OchmannRaúl

    Mauricio Ochmann was born on November 16, 1977, in Celaya, Guanajuato, Mexico. From a very young age he had artistic interests, always participating in local theater groups, but it wasn't until he turned 16 that he decided to dedicate himself to acting professionally. At that age, Mauricio decided to settle in Mexico City and soon got his first opportunity in the television comedy "The Other Thing" starring Héctor Suárez. At the end of this show Ochmann decided to continue his acting training and traveled to Los Angeles to prepare and seek opportunities. In Los Angeles, Mauricio had to support his studies in the Joanne Baron Acting Studio in Los Angeles working as a waiter and at the same time began looking for an agent in that city. After three years of looking for opportunities, Mauricio booked his first movie, "Message in a Bottle", which gave him the opportunity to work alongside stars such as Kevin Costner, Paul Newman and Robin Wright. Mauricio also appeared in the TV series That's Life which aired on CBS from October 1, 2000 to January 26, 2002. Ochmann is best known for his starring roles in the highly rated TV series El Chema and El Senor de los Cielos. Ochmann's smash hit series El Chema was the highest rated TV show in the history of NBC Universal's Spanish language subsidiary Telemundo, often receiving the highest rating among 18-34 year olds in the United States regardless of language. Ochmann has appeared in other hit Telemundo series including Victoria, Victorinos, and was the star of El Clon. On the film side Mauricio starred in A la Mala, a romantic comedy directed by Pitipol Ybarra, which was Mexico's highest grossing film for 2015 and released by Pantelion/Lionsgate in the US. Ochmann also starred in the highly rated and innovative "Controlada" episode of the Netflix original series Easy directed by Joe Swanberg. Mauricio is married to actress Aislinn Derbez with whom he owns the television and film production company A Toda Madre Entertainment based in Los Angeles. Their production company recently acquired the film rights to the book "The Toltec Art of Life and Death" by best selling author Don Miguel Ruiz. Ochmann starred in the film "Hazlo Como Hombre" with his wife Derbez and also Executive Produced the film which was released by Pantelion/Lionsgate in 2017. It was the highest grossing Mexican film of 2017. Ochmann starred in and Executive Produced the film "Ya Veremos" (We'll See) released by Pantelion/Lionsgate. It was the highest grossing Mexican film of 2018.
  • Alfonso DosalSantiago

    Alfonso Dosal was born in Mexico on March 13, 1985. He is an actor, known for A que no me dejas (2015), The Color of Passion (2014), Para volver a amar (2010), El cártel (2009), and Marina (2006). He debuted as actor in 2006 in Marina, then in 2009 he starred in La mina del oro and in the series Ellas son la alegria del hogar. In 2010, he starred in Para volver a amar with Rebecca Jones, Alejandro Camacho, René Strickler, Alejandra Barros, África Zavala, and others. That role made him a winner in the category of Best Young Actor in Premios Tvy Novelas in 2011. In 2014, he starred in El color de la pasion with Erick Elias, Esmeralda Pimentel, and Claudia Ramírez. Then, in 2015 he starred in A que no me dejas with Camila Sodi and Osvaldo Benavides.
  • Luis Pablo RomanActor

  • Ariel LevyJulián

    At age 19, Ariel Levy starred in 'Promedio Rojo,' the first feature film of director Nicolas Lopez. Promedio Rojo was a box office smash in Chile and Latin America, which helped to launch Levy's television career. Levy has starred in over ten Chilean television series including 'Vivir Con 10' and 'Mala Conducta.' While working in television Levy continued his film career, starring in the romantic comedy trilogy, 'Que Pena Tu Vida,' 'Que Pena Tu Boda,' and 'Que Pena Tu Familia.' Levy is beginning his international career with Aftershock, in which he stars along with Eli Roth.
  • Aislinn DerbezNati

    Aislinn Derbez is a Mexican actress born and raised in Mexico City, to the artist Gabriela Michel and Eugenio Derbez, who is considered to be one of the greatest and most popular Mexican actors and comedians alive. She is the granddaughter of the Mexican star Silvia Derbez. Aislinn is of Mexican from her maternal grandmother and paternal grandfather, and French from her paternal grandmother and maternal grandfather. Aislinn received the bachelor of Visual Arts at the School of Visual Arts in New York City. She lived in NYC for 4 years (2006-2009), where she studied visual arts, theatre, photography and writing as well. Derbez started as a model at the age of 15. Her acting career started after her studies in NYC, in 2009, in the Mexican film industry, participating in several movies and TV series in Mexico, South America, and Europe. She has starred in more than 15 feature films in the last 7 years (2010-2017), and several TV series as well. She starred the film "A LA Mala" which was a top ten box office hit. Today Derbez is one of the most popular and well-known Mexican actresses of her generation. In 2016 she moved to Los Angeles and has participated in independent films and series like "Win it All", starring with Jake Johnson, directed by Joe Swanberg, and starring the Netflix anthology series "EASY". Derbez and her husband Mauricio Ochmann created the production company "A Toda Madre Entertainment" in California, and are producing content in Mexico and the US.
  • Ignacia AllamandLuciana

    María Ignacia Allamand Lyon is a Chilean actress who debuted in the movie Se Arrienda. She has also performed as a playwright in charge of the adaptation of Edmond and as the author of The 80s, The Musical. She is the daughter of the former Chilean Minister of Defense and former Presidential candidate Andrés Allamand Zavala and Bárbara Lyon, recognized for her work in the Alter Ego Foundation. . Due to the work of her father, she lived part of her adolescence in Washington D.C., and then returned to study theater at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. She was also based in Buenos Aires, where she studied acting. Her debut as an actress was in 2005's Se Arrienda by Alberto Fuguet. Two years later, she debuted on television with the role of teenager Eloísa Solé in Vivir con 10, the first TV series from Chilevisión, which won her an APES Award in 2008. She married actor Tiago Correa on April 18, 2010. One year later, they confirmed their separation by mutual agreement. In 2013, Allamand collaborated and participated in her father's presidential campaign. In 2014, she translated and adapted the play Edmond by prominent US playwright David Mamet, and the following year she wrote The 80s, The Musical. Since her debut on television she has done almost her entire career on the channel Chilevisión. On the film side, she is a stable part of almost all the films of her great friend Nicolás López, who even came to work with Eli Roth in several of them.
  • Nicolas LopezDirector

  • Rodrigo TrujilloProducer

  • Miguel Asensio LlamasProducer