Master salesman Rafael (Guillermo Toledo) has everything in life, save the final promotion that will make him floor manager for the entire store. All that stands in his way is Don Antonio (Luis Varela), the badly toupeed men's department salesman. Don Antonio gets the job through a last-minute technicality and demotes Rafael almost immediately. A fight ensues, and Rafael ends up accidentally killing Don Antonio in a changing room. But there's a witness: Lourdes (Mónica Cervera), the only female employee that Rafael hasn't seduced. There's good reason for that: She's damned ugly and insane, but she's overjoyed to become Rafael's accomplice, knowing full well that he must do what she tells him, which includes copious sexual favors as well as complete public subservience. Director/co-writer Alex de la Iglesia (800 Bullets) is clearly one to watch. The movie is tremendously funny and entertaining, and also very nicely shot, and it takes far more advantage of the department store setting when no one's around than, say, Mr. & Mrs. Smith did.