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KM.0 (2001)

KM.0 (2001)




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Located in Madrid's Plaza del Sol, Km. 0 is the point from which all distances in Spain are measured from the capital. In Km. 0, it is also the meeting point for a gallery of characters. Bored, affluent housewife Marga (Concha Velasco) meets up with gigolo Miguel (Jesus Cabrero), who co-habitates with gay Benjamin (Miquel Garcia). Sergio, a soon-to-be-married office clerk who can't wait to lose his virginity, makes the acquaintance of prostitute Tatiana (Elisa Matilla), while gay dancer Bruno (Victor Ullate Jr.) meets Maximo (Armando delRio). Meanwhile, wannabe director Pedro (Carlos Fuentes) arranges to meet up with Silvia (Merce Pons), an actress who wants to work in musicals directed by Gerardo (George Corraface), and bartender Mario (Tristan Ulloa) is caught between Amor (Silke), who wants to marry him, and her little sister Roma (Cora Tiedra), who is truly in love with him.more
Rating: R
Genre: Drama, Romance, Musical & Performing Arts, Art House & International, Comedy
Directed By: ,
Written By: Yolanda García Serrano, Juan Luis Iborra
In Theaters:
On DVD: Feb 17, 2004
TLA Releasing - Official Site


Miguel Garcia
as Benjamin
Roberto Álamo
as Police Officer
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Critic Reviews for KM.0

All Critics (50) | Top Critics (22)

It's all rather familiar and sitcomy. But its silliness is its salvation.

Full Review… | December 5, 2003
Orlando Sentinel
Top Critic

Offers a liberating glimpse at a society that's full of hope.

Full Review… | October 16, 2003
Dallas Morning News
Top Critic

Sexy, bold, exotic and fun in some ways, but still stuck with a lackluster style and pedestrian plot that brand it as everyday entertainment fare.

September 26, 2003
Seattle Times
Top Critic

The actors attack their roles with a lot of energy, and the story moves along at a brisk pace. That's a big plus, because if it ever slowed down, we'd have too much time to think about how silly it is.

Full Review… | September 25, 2003
Minneapolis Star Tribune
Top Critic

One shallow film, that quickly returns to where it started: Zero.

Full Review… | September 20, 2003
Miami Herald
Top Critic

The writer-director team of Juan Luis Iborra and Yolanda Garcia Serrano stage the lunacy like a season's worth of Spanish TV sitcoms strung together into a single feature.

September 20, 2003
Detroit Free Press
Top Critic

Audience Reviews for KM.0

While the premise of the story is a good thing, I have issues with the execution. It was less than perfect, but in all, not a bad film. It could have been edited to be a bit of a tighter production, too.

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