A fight over the calf of a prize milk cow in the close-knit and traditional Pas Valley of Cantabria leaves a cantankerous dairy farmer dead and another fearful of arrest. He and his ... See full summary »
Daniel - a recent university graduate with Down's Syndrome - falls in love on his first day at work in the Department of Social Services. Laura is an outsider who spends her nights in the ... See full summary »
Isabel García Lorca
A group of old friends gets together for a weekend in a mountain cabin. Years have gone by and yet nothing seems to have changed between them. But lurking behind the laughter and stories is... See full summary »
Diego is a doctor so used to working in extreme situations that he has immunized himself to others' pain. He has switched off from his work, his partner and his commitment as a father. Over... See full summary »
"The Suicide Club" is a feeble attempt by its creators to present a group of desperate people that only can think of suicide as a way out of the lives they lead. Roberto Santiago, its director, doesn't bring anything new to the genre. The result is a film that relies heavily on a silly plot that maybe to the writers appeared to be funny when they conceived it.
Laughter which is essential in comedies of this type, is sadly missing from it. One can't blame the performers because for them it meant probably a job. Highly recommended when insomnia strikes you. Guaranteed to put any serious viewer to sleep.
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