True story of thirteen totally normal young women that suffered harsh questioning and were put in prison under made up charges of helping the rebellion against Franco back in the 1940's. ... See full summary »
Emilio Martínez Lázaro
Pilar López de Ayala,
A man tries to get a smoking room approved at the company he works at. While there is initial support from other employees, many end up backing out and change their opinions towards how the company should be run.
Julio D. Wallovits
Miguel Ángel González,
Friends get together in a country house and reminisce about the "good old times." Some now have grown-up children who accompany them and life is different... or is it? The story unravels quite well with good dialog and superior acting from the entire cast. The movie is philosophical without being bogged down by the some times heavy content. A very refreshing look at life, getting old, being free and always finding ways to share, appreciate and enjoy.
Conflicting emotions and interesting group and family dynamics keep it interesting, while there is also humour and fun to keep it light-hearted. As the group sit back to watch old movies of themselves when they were younger and more naive, they look back with the glasses of time and wisdom and find out that they have not changed all that much. We are who we are and we better love our (changing) selves. What happened decades ago is still part of not only your past, but part of you.
This group of friends are able to share and relive (remake) their glory, but differently and distinctly more conscious about it and what impact it has on many levels of their individual lives and common experience.
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