Azucena is 22 years old and lives with her mother, who, due to a past trauma, can no longer speak. Azucena works in a photography lab with her best friend Paqui, and has just broken up with... See full summary »
A year after a tragic car accident, Grace James was beginning to cope with the loss of her fiancée. Until disturbing hallucinations and horrific dreams consume her life, as the days grow closer to the year anniversary.
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A thousand years ago, in England, the crazy monk Elmer wears a pair of wings and tries to fly from a high tower. He dies, and his soul is doomed to the eternity in hell for committing ... See full summary »
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Azucena is 22 years old and lives with her mother, who, due to a past trauma, can no longer speak. Azucena works in a photography lab with her best friend Paqui, and has just broken up with her latest boyfriend Dani. Azucena lives in fear of sex and physical contact, hiding in her own sheltered world. Cesar, a plastic artist feels an obsessive attraction for Azucena, as a result, making her his inspiration. This obsession is painfully observed by Jacinto, the unstable artist's lover, who is himself involved in a violent and destructive relationship with Cesar. Cesar, blinded by passion for Azucena, tries to force himself on her one day while she is modeling for him. Azucena, feeling violated, flees the studio, leaving Cesar desolate. sees a vision, someone wishes to help her find her way and, in the process some answers. She finds herself going to a nightclub where she meets Narciso, a stripper at the club. The attraction between them is immediate, and for the first time, Azucena ... Written by
In Spanish release copies, after the final credits, you can read a final quotation, as a gift to the audiences who love to see movies till the end of the credits: "we live as we dream: alone" (Joseph Conrad). See more »
The most incredible movie I've seen recently. I can't describe it. It's not just a simple movie, but a feeling and a pure emotional experience in the deepest hell of melodrama. Now I understand latin people better. And I love 'em more. Simply the best spanish movie I've ever seen. Absolutely great! Don't miss it.
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