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Three stories involving two characters. Changes in color (from neat color to black and white). Great performances involving Gaston and Nicolas Pauls, Malena Solda, Ariadna Gil, etcetera. And the mixture of politics and love. Music of the '70s, '80s, '90, and the year 2000. From Charly Garcia, the start of the movie and through it to Bersuit. Romantic, with funny scenes (the one she asked him if he had made love and he answered no) and very good. Of course, I cried. 8 out of 10.
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