Manu Aranguren is the contact person from the Spanish government in the negotiations with terrorist group ETA. But the dialog is influenced by errors and chance, leaving the personal relationships of the negotiators as key to its outcome.
Jep Gambardella has seduced his way through the lavish nightlife of Rome for decades, but after his 65th birthday and a shock from the past, Jep looks past the nightclubs and parties to find a timeless landscape of absurd, exquisite beauty.
1936. The Spanish Civil War broke out and the Anarchist militia occupy the Lower Aragon. A Matarranya, Ramon and his wife Dora hide a secret ancestral to all other villagers. Near the ... See full summary »
This is the story of three old friends who find themselves fighting with each other when their lost friend's will is open to reveal his ultimate betting game, one where the winner will ... See full summary »
For her, there have always been two kinds of guys: the ones you desire and the ones who buy you drinks. For him, she is the woman of his dreams, the one he's been waiting for. He is madly ... See full summary »
The DDR arcade machine used in the movie was rigged so it could be controlled using a home port version of DDR. (Dance Dance Revolution 3rd Mix for PSX, Dance Dance Revolution 7th Mix and DDR EXTREME Japanese PS2 version.) See more »
Just after the second song starts at the end of the film, when Dani and the champion are dancing, the shadow of the camera and the crane that holds the camera can be seen on the red wall behind them See more »
, performed by vocal duo Charm. Music included on Sountrack CD, but not appears in the movie (the CD includes songs, incidental musica and songs "inspired for". In the DVD editions, is included as an extra the videoclip of this song. See more »
I watched this film last night and left the cinema satisfied that the film had an interesting outcome and i'm sure put a smile on all the viewers faces. It has elements of comedy, drama and takes a close look at relationships between friends and how sometimes when faced with the worst, it brings out the best in us. The movie is full of very amusing moments throughout and for Torrente fans take a close look at Santiago Segura in a very interesting role (for me he had a good blend of humour but with enough vulnerability to make you really feel for him). The soundtrack to the movie is pretty cool too and i'm sure that it will be a springboard for those arcade dancing machines to really catch on. I won't go into any details of the movie but it is a classic tale of how the underdog can sometimes rise to the challenge, a feel-good film that is well worth a look.
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