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Al mal tiempo buena cara

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An exhausted officer worker is desperate to leave the city for the weekend in order to clear her head. To save money, she asks a wealthy friend if she can stay at her weekend home and her gossipy neighbor to borrow their car. Every effort to have a relaxing weekend in the country is thwarted bydisaster, including running into her clingy and needy boss while in the middle of a hike.
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This is my third nurse this week.
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I've already gone in for urban Latina mom, urban Latina teacher
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and urban Latina cop.
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Apparently my brand is urban Latina.
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Wait, we're going in for the same thing.
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This is an English speaking role.
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Yeah.
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Um Yes.
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Do you not hear me speaking perfectly?
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Unaccented English.
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Hey, Debbie.
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Oh my God.
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Are you?
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Ok.
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She saw in the subway.
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This one homeless guy just start yelling at me.
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What happened?
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Call me.
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It's OK.
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You don't have to say it.
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Don't even give it any.
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I don't think I can audition this way.
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No.
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Yes, you can.
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It's great.
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Look.
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Use it.
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It's material.
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Look.
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I mean, I use it for the scene.
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Oh, no, no, no.
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OK.
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OK.
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OK.
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All right.
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No, no, no, no, no.
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Ok.
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Wait.
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Anyway, it's um, it's a phrase, you know, it's like, uh let's
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say you and your boyfriend need a weekend away, underpaid
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overworked.
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You want to leave the city for a night or two and clear your head
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Let's leave the city for a night or two.
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Go clear our heads.
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Babe.
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Where will we go?
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You ask an old wealthy friend from college who you rarely talk
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to?
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I can, oh, I hate that bitch.
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And who you never really liked the first place.
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So if you can borrow her house and rind back, I just got married
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and after a three hour long conversation, did you learn sign
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language during which you order new cat food, trim your toenails
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and reorganize your kitchen's junk drawer.
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She agrees.
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Yeah, of course.
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You then ask your morose upstairs neighbor who overshares
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their problems with you in the hallway.
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I can't be having some bitch take my motherfucker steps if
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you can borrow their car after they tell you again about their
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failed veterinary career and renewed interest in online
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dating, they hand you the keys, you hit the road, you drive
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two hours in a vehicle that doesn't have proper heating and
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then gets way too hot.
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You forget to bring cash for the tolls and have to wait for a
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paper invoice.
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Can we bundle them?
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You eat some fast food, which you never do and then can't find
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a bathroom upon arrival.
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You realize you forgot the Virginia Woolf book you've been
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needing to read for the past 12 years in which you were sure
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you would finish in 48 hours.
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Oh, shit.
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Once you get settled in, you put on your boots and head out for
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a hike shortly after you step outside, you run into the very
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person you wanted to get away from you.
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Oh God.
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Hi.
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Your boss.
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So I'm trying to make a fire.
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Ok.
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Well, I can't make these, first of all, I managed to lose her
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by pretending you see a UFO and continue on your way.
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But dark clouds gather and thunder growls above you.
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It starts to rain in spite of all.
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You keep going anyway.
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That's what you got it.
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So you'll live happily ever after.
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No, no, not at all.
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So you're happy but you, but you want to be happy, like, make
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new friends but keep the old, it's more about the circumstance
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right?
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Like the situation, like resilience, you know, like, like
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like dance, like nobody's watching but like, do it, like
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not sad.