Pizza, Beer, and Cigarettes (Spanish: Pizza, birra, faso), (1998) is an Argentine drama film, co-directed and co-written by Israel Adrián Caetano and Bruno Stagnaro. It's also known as: Pizza, Beer & Smokes. The drama features Héctor Anglada, Jorge Sesan, Pamela Jordán, and others.
Pizza, Beer, and Cigarettes is the film that's known as "the spark that ignited the New Argentine Cinema when it premiered at the international Mar del Plata Film Festival."
The motion picture was filmed entirely in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
This story takes place in an impoverished district outside Buenos Aires. It tells about a corrupt group of teenage misfits: the not-so-bright Megabom (Alejandro Pous), the asthmatic Pablo (Jorge Sesan), the nerdy Frula (Walter Diaz), and Sandra (Pamela Jordan), the pregnant girlfriend of El Cordobes (Héctor Anglada). All are squatters living together in the same house. The group wanders the city and steal in order to survive.
Sandra, because she's pregnant, starts to think about her future and the life she can make for her expected baby. She tells Cordobés that if he doesn't go straight, she'll leave him.
But, when the gang robs a legless street vendor, Sandra is