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Jorge Galván ...
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Marcela is a ballroom dance instructor. All seems to go well in her small world. One day she discovers that something strange is occurring with her parents: Gloria, her mother, has started to become absent, talks about strange happenings in her everyday home life, and has mental gaps. Almost at the same time, Nacho, her father, loses his job and with this his self-esteem. Now she knows that the relationship between the three was false and she wants to tell them so many things. But she won't be able to, at least not in a conventional way. Marcela is willing to challenge the rules of life in order to regain a small portion of the happiness lost. Written by Anonymous

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How far would you go to seek happiness?

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A very good film
30 January 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This movie really hits the heart as few Mexican films do. The story is amazing and strange, so sensitive. Acting is good and also the cinematography ( they certainly knew which lens would be going on the camera and why; they certainly knew how to move the actors on the set and when).

The girl is beautiful and the fat guy on the radio set great as well as the father.

There is something special here you will never forget. Why? I don't know, I just can't put that feeling in words.

People like me don't know much about Spanish or Mexican films, but I think we need to see more of this kind. I particularly loved the dance and hypnosis scenes and the voyage to happiness. ¿ A Fassbinder call?


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