A story about love deception, the return of the past, a tragedy, or even the violence contained in an everyday detail, appear themselves to push them towards the abyss, into the undeniable pleasure of losing control.
He is Martin Quesada, ex-F1 driver, now successfully managing the family business. he is a very kind person but since the death of his parents and his wife he is feeling an emptiness which ... See full summary »
They are both alone. They need each other but, at the same time, they despise each other. Siblings Marcos and Susana are unable to heal the old wounds festering within them after the death ... See full summary »
This movie was a risk. But worth taking! I have never expected to see such a venturesome national picture in Argentinian cinemas. Technically, the film has a Hollywood look. Especially lightning deserves appreciation. Oreiro once again proves that she is more than just a pretty face. Make-up required to bring her villain to life makes Natalia unrecognizable. Mike Amigorena and Leonor Courtoisie are absolutely marvelous. Rossy de Palma's and Jeannette Rodríguez's appearances are also worth mentioning. Ale Sergi's songs, such as "El perfume del amor" ("The Fragrance of Love") and "Papá" ("Dad"), are plainly enchanting. The story seems to be simple, but in fact it is not. The movie ridicules the most irrational provincial principles. It contains many references to the '80s. "Miss Tacuarembó" is not recommended for close-minded and homophobic people. If you're not so, you will love it!
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