Paloma is a young psychiatrist, who is hired to work as a director of a clinic in Galicia, and is attracted to Mario, her very first patient. He suffers from a rare form of amnesia, ... See full summary »
Miguel Ángel Solá,
Based on a novel by Lorenzo Silva, this movie deals with the unusual and tragic relationship between a frustrated businessman and a 14-year-old student. After crashing into the rear of the ... See full summary »
A powerful story about relationship; love and family including three generations: a young architect; his mother; his grandfather and the architect's not welcomed girlfriend. An unexpected turn will put them all to test.
Fernando Fernán Gómez,
The corpse of a young man appears in a forest on the island of La Gomera. The case closes with the accusation to a local politician who is exonerated in the later judgment. Three years later, Sergeant Bevilaqua and his assistant, Corporal Chamorro, are sent to the island to revive the investigation. Corporal Anglada accompanies them, the last one who saw the young man alive.
I think it was money that changed him, as gold changed the impatient alchemists.
An engineer, Trinidad Soler (Joaquín Barrueco), at a nuclear power plant is found dead for no apparent reason. Two experts from the Guardia Civil (Ingrid Rubio & Roberto Enríquez) are brought in to find out why.
The obvious story is that he just mixed cocaine, alcohol and tranquilizers and his heart gave out while he was with a pro, who took off afterwards. However, obvious would end the mystery at less than 30 minutes, and wouldn't make a good episode of Law and order.
But the pro turns up dead after the case is closed and they find enough to reopen it. It seems that Soler and his wife made a lot more money than they declared on their taxes.
The more they dug, the more confusing it got. But they put it all together in a nice package at the end.
Rubio & Enríquez were excellent partners, and it would be good to see them together again.
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