Two "Celeste Agents", played by Natalia Oreiro and Diego Forlan, must recover the medal and return it to its original place in order to recover Uruguay's greatness. Protocolo Celeste is a ... See full summary »
In "My First Wedding" ("Mi primera boda"), Jewish-born Adrián and Catholic-born Leonora have finally reached their wedding day. Instead of gracefully embracing matrimony, Adrián spends the ... See full summary »
Ezequiel is a film music composer that can't find the inspiration he needs to compose a new score and Paula is a pregnant woman recently abandoned by her boyfriend whose mother has just ... See full summary »
Juan lives in clandestinity. Just like his mum, his dad and his adored uncle Beto, outside his home he has another name. At school, Juan is known as Ernesto. And he meets María, who only ... See full summary »
Natalia Oreiro's story is absolutely unique. She is the only performer from Rio de la Plata and one of the very few Latin American performers who, despite language and cultural barriers, ... See full summary »
After being violated by two strangers inside her own home, Diana chooses to keep her trauma a secret. Mario, her husband, has something to hide as well. In the days that follow, the silence... 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 »
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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