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Patricia Ferreira has got a lot of interesting things to tell in this movie, but she can't. Unfornately, the story goes of her hands like fresh water. Although the actors are brilliant, for example Fernando Fernán Gómez, who is absolutely wonderful in this character, or the beautiful Emma Vilarasau and the young Marta Etura...
Like always, Patricia Ferreira tells the story of a characters nothing lucky and the sadness who is between their lives. This time, the story of a family in a time of destruction, starring by the son, who wants to live alone with his girlfriend, the grand-father, ill, and the mother, a woman in the middle of her dreams.
You will spend your time if you go to see it. It's an advice, and you ought to know right now that this kind of stories in the hands of directors like Patricia Ferreira never end of a good way.
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