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Daniel is a yuppie hasn't been been able to lead a satisfactory sentimental life. One day he meets Yolanda, a beautiful young woman who has a daughter, Patricia, and who hasn't been very lucky in life either. They decide to get together and they go to live in his house, an old and eerie mansion. Soon enough, their relationship starts to become difficult; the isolation of the house and Daniel's mysterious past transform Yolanda's illusions of happiness into an existence of fear and distrust. Finally Yolanda decides to find out who the person she's living with really is, and in doing so she puts her life and her daughter's at risk... Written by Pablo Montoya <mmontoyac@nexo.es>

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No maldigas mi frontera
Written adn performed by Txetxo Bengoetxea
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Entertaining Spanish thriller
19 March 2000 | by (Santiago, Chile) – See all my reviews

This Spanish thriller keeps you at the edge of your seat. It features Juan Echanove and Emma Suarez, as two unlikely lovers who are each looking for different things in a love relationship. The Emma Suarez character brings as additional baggage a small daughter from a previous affair. They move into "a house out there" or "in the middle of nowhere." Both of these expressions within quotes are loose translations of the film's Spanish title: "Una Casa en las afueras."


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