NALIPster Gabriela Tagliavini “How to Break up With Your Douchebag” premieres

Posted by on October 05, 2017

 NALIP Update:

Over the weekend, NALIPster Gabriela Tagliavini celebrated the dual premiere of “How to Break up with your Douchebag” on October 13th which now reigns #1 in the Mexican Box office and is officially in the “Top 12 Best Premieres in Mexican history” according to @canacine.

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Cómo cortar a tu patán is currently in theaters in California and the Southwest. Dates and theaters are here. 



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Directed by Gabriela Tagliavini – whose credits include “Border Run,” starring Sharon Stone, “Without Men,” with Eva Longoria, Kate Del Castillo and Christian Slater, and 2003 Spanish-language breakout “Ladies’ Night,” a No. 1 movie at the box office in Mexico – “How to Break Up With Your Douchebag” bows day-and-date with its bow in Mexico, where it will be released by Televisa’s Videocine, the distributor of Eugenio Dérbez’s “Instructions Not Included” and near all big Mexican box office hits.




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Tribe Releasing, a new Latino U.S.theatrical distributor will launch on Oct. 13 opening its first title in U.S. theaters: “Como cortar a tu patán” (How to Break Up With Your Douchebag), produced by Mexico’s Traziende Films, which is run by Monica Vargas and Leonardo Zimbrón, producer of Alazraki’s “The Noble Family.”


The romantic comedy stars Mariana Treviño (“Club de Cuervos”) as a therapist who’s single and focused on her job –  helping women end bad relationships with douchebags. When she discovers that her sister (Camila Sodi, “Amor de mis amores”) is in enamored of a womanizing jerk, she embarks on a plan that brings her face-to-face her greatest fear … love, according to the synopsis.


“Most women have dated a douchebag at least once in their dating career, and there are around 130 million women living in the United States… so that’s an awful lot of douchebags,” Tagliavini joked. Read more at Variety

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