Through the lives of three different women, a waitress, a teenager and a the mentally handicap sister of a building maintenance supervisor, Escalona makes a special collage, which combines ... See full summary »
Impelled by a spirit which still preserves a patina of idealism, Alfredo arrives in Madrid intent on creating "a performance which is freer, straight from the heart, capable of making ... See full summary »
Luisa Llorente, an expert on taxation of old buildings, had recently gone to the Victorian mansion Valdemar to conduct an inventory of property ownership. After she mysteriously disappeared... See full summary »
The inhabitants of the block of relatively luxurious flats. Follow the problems faced by those living together in Spain, the Spanish property bubble, and the hardships faced by young people... See full summary »
José Luis Gil
Second part of the Valdemar saga. Ana and Eduardo are sent to assist in the investigation of the disappearance of Luisa. In the middle of the road they find Luisa escaping. At the end the three are kidnapped. A gruesome fate awaits.
Lucía's heart misses a beat when she sees a man of her age, Juan in a department store. Without hesitating, she decides to follow him to his house, the same house where, twenty-five years ... See full summary »
Normally in Spanish movies the sex its an important part of any movie,but in this case is too much including for Larry flint.if anybody see this film be careful,if you are a feminist activist this movie will make you sick,in this film all women are bitches ,the actors are too bad ,the jokes doesn't exists,(the director try to make funny a racist aggression),the scrip awful,if anybody try to learn Spanish please don't see this movie,and what about the actors,nothing special,we have a fat called"bowling",brainless muscle men,and an incontinent chopper,like many Spanish films drugs are "good"no matter what it could hurt you health..another awful film ready to be toss to trash
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