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Two women whose lives get broken because of the dead o a young man: one loses her only son, the other one loses the love of her life. Both of them will walk in different ways the road of pain. No one learns how to suffer , so you have to take all those things as they come.
The movie of Patricia Ferreira is full of contradictions. It's a emotionally intense history, but kind of vague. She nicely portraits de suffering of both women, but she also introduce some statement against Franco's dictatorship that are rather out of place. She chose two great actors such as Emma Vilarasau or the legendary Fernando Fernán Gómez, but what about Marta Etura?? She can't even speak clearly. She's cute and the camera loves her, but she should take some diction lessons. Well, let's be optimistic and say that it's a good drama that deals with questions that affect to all of us.
*My rate: 6.5/10
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