Nonomoi’s review published on Letterboxd:
It's not a film to take in a serious way but it doesn't fail to censure very pertinent subjects in the T.V.'s world in a comically acid way.
The movie's pace is carically frenetic to show how absurd the situations are.
I just watched one more film from this director - "El dia de la bestia" - but I think that this director likes to censure social subjects through the dark humor.
Mario Casas is completely comical in his cheesy character....I couldn't stop laughing as I looked at him with that blonde wig singing Bombero - adapted from the original but not less lame song "Torero".