This was a non-comedic, Spanish version of "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels." It tests whether you can deal with having a main character be villanous. "The Talented Mr. Rpipley" did the same thing. The scenery reminded me of Almadovar's work, but the film lacked is quorky messages about gender, sexuality, and sundry topics. It was more interesting near the beginning than by the end. Watching this was a great way to listen to more Spanish and bone up on those skills. This wasn't award-winning, but it wasn't terrible either. Why not peep it?