Videocine to Release Cristo Fernandez’s Ensemble Comedy “Una Pequeña Confusión” in December

There’s no confusion about the release date of Cristo Fernandez’s latest project.

Una Pequeña Confusión, an ensemble comedy starring the 33-year-old Mexican actor and Ted Lasso star, is set for a December theatrical release by Mexican powerhouse film company Videocine.

Cristo Fernandez, Una Pequeña Confusión,Fernandez stars opposite Juanpa ZuritaAna de la Reguera and Vico Escorcia in the comedy.

The film revolves around two couples: Lola and Cuau (De la Reguera and Fernández), a progressive middle-class pair, and Iñigo and Majo (Zurita and Escorcia), a young conservative, well-heeled duo. Both couples turn to artificial insemination as a last resort to have children.

In a madcap twist based on actual events, a mix-up at the clinic results in each mom-to-be carrying the other one’s baby. The couples must navigate their vastly different lifestyles and parenting philosophies, finding common ground for the sake of their future children, all while dealing with societal norms and the complexities of love.

Produced by No Dancing Today and Gebo Films, Una Pequeña Confusión is penned by Marcos Bucay whose credits include Netflix hit Club de Cuervos and the Amazon Original series How to Survive Being Single, created by Sebastián and Emiliano Zurita.

The comedy is directed by Argentina’s Ariel Winograd who has helmed a few episodes of How to Survive Being Single and is best known for his action comedy The Heist of the Century.

Chuy Chavez served as the cinematographer.

Jorge Aragón lead produces while De la Reguera, Arco Entertainment, the production company of Zurita and Brenda Tubilla, and Fernandez’s Espectro MX Films are co-producers.

“It combines humor and heart, showcasing the incredible talents of our cast and crew,” said Videocine director general Rodrigo de Pedro who added: “It’s a story about the unexpected, the importance of family, and finding laughter amidst chaos.”

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