"Tu Y Yo" tells a fictional story that takes place during an imaginary tour of David Bisbal in which a young woman happens to take refuge in his caravan. That unexpected encounter brings ... See full summary »
What if everything in life was down to chance? What if we couldn't escape fate? What do Galois, Bauhaus and The Unbearable Lightness of Being have in common? What if the sweat in our brow ... See full summary »
Miguel Ángel Silvestre,
In a small town in the Basque country, Lucas and Maria are an elderly brother and sister. They share a house with their memories and the ghosts of the people they have loved throughout ... See full synopsis »
A fight over the calf of a prize milk cow in the close-knit and traditional Pas Valley of Cantabria leaves a cantankerous dairy farmer dead and another fearful of arrest. He and his ... See full summary »
Silvia is a depressive teenager, she has decide to commit suicide and then donate his organs. Carlos, a man in his 40's and work-less receive her hearth. Inés, a young blind woman, receive her eyes, and Mateo, a thief, receive her lung. For all of them the end of Silvia becomes a new starting in their lives. While watching Silvias last will, we'll be able to understand why she does that, and how it changes their lives. Quite touching, (perhaps a little too miserable), the movie is able to catch you, with a great acting of Luis Tosar (always good) and a decent for the rest of the people, the movie is able to retain you near the screen during 100 min. On the other hand, the movie is, sometimes too slow (a little more of rhythm would be demanded) and the fact that Ines' story is a little unrealistic disappoints a little, but it is still good. If you are able to feel and you like sad movies, probably, you'll enjoy this one.
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