Miguel, a young psychiatrist working in Madrid, learns that his wife has just dumped him for no one else than his own father while he's expecting his mother-in-law's visit, who's come to ... See full summary »
Miguel, a young psychiatrist working in Madrid, learns that his wife has just dumped him for no one else than his own father while he's expecting his mother-in-law's visit, who's come to the city on a medical revision, and doesn't know anything about her daughter's affair; to make things worse, one of Miguel's deranged patients has just stolen his wallet. Going to his patient's home to retrieve his wallet he'll meet instead his spontaneous and outspoken hairdresser sister Jasmina, who's bound to change Miguel's ordered, upper-middle-class world for good. Written by
"El cielo abierto" is an excellent story about finding true love in difficult situations.
This movie tells the story of Miguel, a tormented Psychologist -portrayed by Sergi Lopez- whose life falls apart after being abandoned by his "beloved" wife, but until the day he finally meets Jasmina, one of his patients' relatives, everything begins to change.
Jasmina tenderly creates an honest and beautiful bond by helping his mother-in-law overcome a very serious health problem and helping Miguel to forget his recent love failure while falling in love with him too. These situations will hardly test Miguel just when his wife returns from a trip and he has to choose between his old love and this lovely but weird Jasmina.
"El cielo abierto" is a fantastic and fresh story that really stays away from the never-ending endless clichés about romantic comedies.
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