Twenty-something mates Francisco, Ignacio, and Dani meet for their Sunday rituals: a paella, a dip in the sea. After spotting an obituary for a schoolmate, they decide to attend the funeral... See full summary »
This little comedy is about Albert who's repenting his decision to marry and takes guitar lessons with special-people (read retarded) to distract himself before the wedding takes place or not. If you have a taste for youtube videos featuring retarded people then this movie is not for you. Don't expect a sentimental tragedy instead. This is something else. This is Espinosa's first feature film -David on screen. The same guy who wrote the script for 'Tu vida en 65 minutos' brings us to a place of unease and uncertainty, mixing the obvious anxiety in Albert's face with David's outbursts about letting it-all-go with handy jobs. Espinosa takes the same approach as Woody Allen in many aspects, specially writing, but then he throws in some visual poetry and a voice-over to make you think what makes us special and what makes us jerks.
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