A Spanish writer finds an old coffer with photographs of an Argentine man who fought and died in the Spanish Civil War, and of a woman. Her quest for answers brings Vera to the Argentine ... See full summary »
"Solitude" is the name of the big mansion owned by the Di Carlos. And it's also solitude what lies behind doors and walls, in the cold dining room where the family gathers for dinner, along... See full summary »
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 »
Well worth it if you are uruguayan, born in the late 70'
I saw this movie with no expectations, assuming it would be awful since it got little press around here, but to my surprise I enjoyed it more than most films made lately in Uruguay. It's a little bizarre and surreal, in a low budget way, but that only adds to the picturesque of it.
This movie will be particularly funny to those who've grown up in Uruguay in the 80's since it's full of cultural references, like the soap opera it mentions, and the heretic treatment catholicism gets.
The ending is a little weak, and could have been made better, like so many things in this movie, but overall is an enjoyable tribute to growing up in a little town in this part of the world.
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