Alberto lives with his parents and his brother Roberto, quite attractive, who tells him there are lots of girls. Alberto is a romantic guy, and doesn't find a girl for his own. He knew he ... See full summary »
Ismael Lopez (Elejaldo), a petty criminal, shoots and kills a painting restorer during a bungled burglary, and shoots her daughter as well. Twenty years later, and the daughter Leire (... See full summary »
Carlos is a young student, just 21. Nice or annoying as he likes, enjoys provoking and transgreding. In the night he goes out to meet his friends in the Kronen, a bar. Every situation can ... See full summary »
A light comedy about partying twenty-something Spaniards in the '80 s, CHA CHA CHA provides pleasant entertainment and provokes nostalgic comparisons with the darker, heavier '90 s Madrid party flicks so immersed in stark social themes. Perhaps its most appealing feature to European film buffs is the casting of today's biggest box-office draws dishing out what most people expect from the film: beautiful people enjoying the idealized mid-1980 s yuppie lifestyle. It is refreshing in its accurate somewhat romanticized evocation of the recent past.
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