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How to watch Club de Cuervos Presents: I, Potro (2018) on Netflix Sweden!

Yes, Club de Cuervos Presents: I, Potro is now available on Swedish Netflix. It arrived for online streaming on October 19, 2018.

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Club de Cuervos Presents: I, Potro

Club de Cuervos Presents: I, Potro
Netflix Sweden

  4.5 / 5.0 (compiled from 1 review source)
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Director(s): Marcos Bucay

Synopsis

Former Club de Cuervos player Potro returns home to Argentina to crash the wedding of his famous soccer-star brother and confront his estranged family. He doesn't have an invitation to his brother's wedding. Instead, he arrives with a burgundy suit, dance moves and an identity crisis.

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Cast

Joaquín Ferreira, Marcela Álvarez, Benjamín Alfonso, Emilia Claudeville, Mauricio Llera, Sol Gaschetto, Martín Seefeld, Martín Rocco, Gonzalo VIzán

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