|Release||March 10, 2006 (Limited)|
|Cast||Enrique Arreola, Diego Cataño, Daniel Miranda, Danny Perea, Carolina Politi, Antonio Zúñiga, Alfredo Escobar, Sara Castro|
|Writer||Fernando Eimbcke, Paula Markovitch|
|Studio||Warner Independent Pictures|
Flama and Moko are fourteen years old; they have been best friends since they were young. They have everything they need to survive yet another boring Sunday: an apartment without parents, video games, porn magazines, soft drinks, and pizza delivery. The electricity company, Rita the neighbor, Ulises a pizza deliveryman, eleven seconds, the Real Madrid-Manchester game, some chocolate brownies, and a horrible painting of ducks, all combine to break the harmony of what promised to be a placid Sunday. They also reveal issues such as the parents' divorce, loneliness, the confusion between adolescent love and friendship, as well as frustration in adult life.