Mercedes, una señora de ochenta años, viuda y con miedo a la soledad se enamora de Sebastian un escritor sesenta años menor que ella. Mercedes se sentirá atrapada atrapada en ese cuerpo ...
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It is a dramatic comedy about friendship in its broadest sense and lifelong pursuit of happiness. Several stories interweave, in search of love from parents, children, lovers and friends to establish unconventional relationships.
A judge falls from the roof of the Federal Courthouse. A woman is murdered. Between them and the three sons of the judge there is a connection that will be investigated by a woman judge who... See full summary »
The Meeting of Guayaquil narrates the encounter between Jose San Martin and Simon Bolivar. The film tries to unravel what they talked about the two great Latin American heroes. And so, highlight the thinking of these hombres.
Mercedes, una señora de ochenta años, viuda y con miedo a la soledad se enamora de Sebastian un escritor sesenta años menor que ella. Mercedes se sentirá atrapada atrapada en ese cuerpo arrugado y lento que no le permite vivir este amor como debiera ser vivido. Written by
Marcelo Cantileno <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This film is awful. Completely. The lack of conflict, the bad acting and the terrible sound and costume make of this 90 minutes film in a stupid and boring play. Sbaraglia looks like a retarded. He doesn't act, he is just there, smiling, listening to the horrible monologues Zorrilla keeps on playing all the time. Talking about her character, I must say that is crazy, because she jumps to madness all time, and combined with the forced dialogs and the excess of adjectives make you feel ashamed. The woman who worked in the mansion was terrible too. In one part of the movie, she had to cry and she just made a very childish expression of sadness (I don't know how to say "puchero" in English), and I couldn't believe how the director could let her to do that. No comedy. No drama. Bad acting. Bad sound. Bad costume. Visible cameras. Boring places. Stupid dialogs and a disappointing appearance of Erica Rivas. Please, do not watch this movie. Sbaraglia, Zorrilla and Rivas are such great actors and...just don't watch it OK?
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