Synopsis by Ryan Shriver
Spanish director Albert Saguer ventures into gross-out police parody territory with his 2002 film Dirty Vivancos III. Police inspector Vivancos (El Gran Wyoming) is assigned to look into a double homicide and quickly discovers the two deceased to be fellow policemen. Vivancos' superior officer, Pozo (Simon Andreu), strongly urges the inspector to give up the case -- but Vivancos has other plans. After interrogating a widow of one of the dead cops, Vivancos begins to suspect that there may be some corrupt officials in his precinct. He discovers Pozo to be in the payroll of the nefarious Tomasso (Javier Gurruchaga), whose unnatural fear of body hair has led him to hatch a strange plot: disperse a drug on the unsuspecting population that will make everyone's hair fall out. Dirty Vivancos III premiered in Spain with great success, becoming one of the highest-grossing Spanish films of the year.