Un drama urbano de amor y marginalidad, drogas y caídas al abismo. Eso ofrece el segundo largometraje de Josetxo San Mateo que se inicia cuando David, un chico que vive en la calle por ... See full summary »
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Un drama urbano de amor y marginalidad, drogas y caídas al abismo. Eso ofrece el segundo largometraje de Josetxo San Mateo que se inicia cuando David, un chico que vive en la calle por vocación, se enamora a primera vista de María. Un día se decide a abordarla y le entrega un poema que ha escrito para ella: Báilame el agua. Ella no duda en seguirlo. Pero vivir en la calle no es fácil: las malas compañías, la droga, la delincuencia, incluso la prostitución se convertirán en compañeras de camino. Written by
Tyler Durden <email@example.com>
The photography it's quite good, but the whole story its unbelievable. The main actors (Unax Ugalde and Pilar Lopez de Ayala) are very cute, but they don't fit on this movie, they look so posh, that is impossible for them to pretend that they are living in the street. The whole script it's very bad and pretentious, with pieces of pretentious but awful poetry, like the title of the movie. It pretends to be a drama, but during all the movie I could'nt get any emotion at all. But it's worst on the comedy scenes. The level of humour it's really low. You will like this movie, if you like phisically Unax Ugalde or Pilar Lopez de Ayala, anyway, it's interesting to watch, to see how bad it can be a movie.
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