Adriana and Ruben meet and fall in love. Both are people that have been around before. Ruben does not come clean as his real past, he is an embezzler, a man with a past, but he pretends to be a newspaper writer. Adriana, also has a deep secret. She had abandoned a son, not having seen him for ten years. Finally, their pasts come back to play a trick on the couple after they have married. She discovers he is not what he claims to be and he has to deal with an almost fatal accident.
This is an uninspired Spanish film written and directed by Rafa Russo, who was making his film debut. The main problem is the screenplay. How can Ruben think he can away from hiding his sordid past to his new wife? For that matter, how can he afford to move into what appears to be a nice apartment with ocean view without any means of an income? For that matter, how can any mother expect to be reconciled, suddenly, with a son she abandoned years before, without any logical explanations? Nothing in this story makes sense.
On the other hand, Mr. Russo had the good fortune of finding performers like Ana Fernandez, a good actress, and Gustavo Garzon to play Adriana and Ruben. They are the whole movie and deserved better.
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