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Secuestro Express (5-Aug-2005)

Director: Jonathan Jakubowicz

Writer: Jonathan Jakubowicz

Original Music: Angelo Milli

Producers: Sandra Condito; Salomón Jakubowicz; Jonathan Jakubowicz

Keywords: Thriller

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Ruben Blades
16-Jul-1948   Panamanian superstar of salsa and screen
Mía Maestro
19-Jun-1978   Nadia Santos on Alias


Carlos J. Molina   ...   Trece
Pedro Pérez   ...   Budu
Carlos Madera   ...   Niga
Jean Paul Leroux   ...   Martin
Ruben Blades   ...   Carla's Father
Mía Maestro   ...   Carla
Edgar José Quijada   ...   Dolor
Ermahn Ospina   ...   Marcelo
Andrew Blanco   ...   Juancho
Rider   ...   Cangrejo
Aníbal Grum   ...   Martin's Father
Elba Escobar   ...   Pharmacy Cashier
Chile Veloz   ...   Announcer
Dimas González   ...   Civil Guard 1
Pantera   ...   Civil Guard 2
Balmore Moreno   ...   Briceño Official
Victor Hugo Ortiz   ...   White Official
Jackson O'Neil Pérez   ...   Budu's Son
Andrea Tovar Meneses   ...   Budu's Sister
Jesus   ...   Padilla
Miguel Angel Landa   ...   XR Security Agent
Dalila Colombo   ...   Woman in Flashback
Michael Muricano   ...   Man in Flashback
Israel "El Gato" Ibarra   ...   Malandro de la Alcabala
Jonathan Francis "Paola"   ...   Transvestite 1
Johán Godoy "Ladimar"   ...   Transvestite 2
Estrella   ...   Transvestite 3
Eric Colón   ...   Junkie
Salomón Jakubowicz   ...   Beetle Couple
Karina Sánchez   ...   Beetle Couple
Eduardo Jakubowicz   ...   Casino Player
Clara Jakubowciz   ...   Casino Player


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