Salesconsortium Latido has picked up international rightsto Joaquin Oristrell's new comedy Nobody's Perfect, the follow-up to his2005 Unconscious, which screened atSundance and sold to 25 countries.

Also thisweek Latido closed a deal to K-Films Amerique for French-speaking Canada on Tristan Bauer's Falklands Wardrama Blessed By Fire (IluminadosPor El Fuego) on theheels of its top prize win at the Tribeca FilmFestival.

Nobody's Perfect (Nadie Es Perfecto) is a politically incorrect comedy about a bad-temperedcripple and a deaf translator who throw a bachelor party for their blindlottery ticket-seller friend. It stars hot local comedians Fernando Tejero, Santi Millanand Jose Luis Garcia Perez.

The film isa co-production of giant MediaPro, Pentagrama Films and Diagonal Televisio.Latido will bring footage to Cannes and premiere the film at the newMadrid Screenings in June, where it will also premiere Jose Luis Cuerda's TheEducation Of A Fairy (La EducacionDe Un Hada), starring Ricardo Darin.

Also new toLatido's Cannes slate are Argentinean-Spanishco-production Pura Sangre, acoming-of-age tale starring Argentinean screen legend Norma Aleandro,world premiering in the market at Cannes; and Machuca director Andres Wood'snew in-development comedy, Mirrors (BuenaVida).