Sebastian Palomo Linares is a bullfighter that has reached success in his career. Marisol is a rich girl that likes to run with her car. One day, they meet on the road, and he deeply falls ...
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Sebastian Palomo Linares is a bullfighter that has reached success in his career. Marisol is a rich girl that likes to run with her car. One day, they meet on the road, and he deeply falls in love with her, but Marisol, who loves him too, doesn't seem to be ready to be with a man that risks his life every time he has a bullfight. Written by
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Have you realised, Sebastian?
That you exist. That you're here. Living is wonderful. You must be aware at any minute that you live. That now the sun's setting. That there are waves on the sea. That a dog barks. That a horse gallops far away. That we're together. That it doesn't matter what happens tomorrow, cause we will still be together. That our senses exist. That they are awake. That we see, hear, taste.
[a train sounds far away]
Do you hear it?
. Can ...
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SOLOS LOS DOS pits star bullfighter Sabastian Palomo Linares and box office star Marisol into a contrived story about the hardships of loving a man who is always in danger.
Once the courting begins Sabastian and Marisol take walks in the park, walks in the town, look lovingly at each other and she sings songs.
Once he goes back to work Marisol mugs at the camera, swings her hair, squints, cries, takes long walks in the park, takes long walks in the snow and looks longingly at the lover she may never be able to keep.
This love story looking for a plot is really a 91 minute music video with the camera annoyingly flying up to the sky after every scene.
For Marisol and Linares fans only.
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