Roberto (Luigi Giuliani) and Luisa (Rocío Durcal) are a couple but are not as sincere as they should be. She tells him she works at Telefónica when really she sells cigarettes at "The Green... See full summary »
Luis César Amadori
Nearly twenty years after the events of "The Girl of Your Dreams", in the 1950s, Macarena Granada, who has become a Hollywood star, returns to Spain to film a blockbuster about Queen Isabella I of Castile.
Benito González works construction in Melilla and dreams big - of building the tallest building in Benidorm, a great phallic symbol of power, González Towers. Over several years, we see ... See full summary »
Maria de Medeiros,
Lorenzo is a young man who has just returned to Salamanca (Spain) from England, where he fell in love with Berta, a girl daughter of exiled parents who have never seen Spain. Lorenzo tries ... See full summary »
Basilio Martín Patino
Emilio Gutiérrez Caba,
Cristina is discovered by a young man named Alfonso, who convinces her to impersonate his missing sister Mara - and in so doing help the mental and physical recovery of his brother Javier, the abandoned husband.
After traveling far from home in pursuit of a better future, June comes back to her hometown to try to restore broken bonds with Diego, her first love, and her father. She will try to bring... See full summary »
Barcelona: during a long night of August, some people have different experiences what left a deep impression in them: Lucía is abandoned by his boyfriend Iván after a three-years-old ... See full summary »
Manuela Burló Moreno
Pilar López de Ayala,
You won't convince me, you or the rest of the world. I'm true to my generation. This is my house, and I won't change it. My car is really old, but I find it comfortable, and I wont' change it. I won't change anything!
[bytes a buttered toast]
This butter is rancid! Change it!
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this movie has great songs by Rocio Durcal and Enrique Guzmán. Good acting by all involved and the editing of the movie is fast, accurate and enjoyable. I have a VHS copy which is not in very good state but has seen a DVD advertised in Spain; would like to have that DVD. The director has made quite a lot of this type of movies with Rocio and other Spanish and Latin actors; he knows how to present the funny parts in the screen keeping also the music of the actor as part of the plot. the camera moves a lot and angles look very nice and smooth. "Acompañame" was a huge hit in America, specially Central and South America and even among the Spanish population in the States. This type of DVD would really sell well in America, it's a pity there's very little interest or lack of vision to market them here. Great entertainment with this movie!
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