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How to watch El club de los buenos infieles (2018) on Netflix Australia!

Yes, El club de los buenos infieles is now available on Australian Netflix. It arrived for online streaming on July 18, 2018.

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El club de los buenos infieles

El club de los buenos infieles
Netflix Australia

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Director(s): Lluís Segura


Four childhood buddies in passionless marriages try a counterintuitive idea: a secret club for men who want to cheat -- to regain lust for their wives. They love their wives; they just don't desire them anymore. Maybe a few affairs will help them get that spark back?

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Raúl Fernández, Fele Martínez, Juanma Cifuentes, Hovik Keuchkerian, Albert Ribalta, Jordi Vilches, Adrián Lastra, Raquel Salvador, Marta Brucart, Betsy Turnez

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