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Decided to watch a movie just after seeing three men standing in their shorts with jackets on the Affiche. After having read the overview, was expecting banal movie with no line, but was seduced by Spanish production. there should be something, it's Spain!
Saturday night, I was bored in the beginning as I expected but I was laughing out loud with half of the cinema hall over the guys singing 15 years old song of backstreet boys. Ah, it was fun.. The end reveals eternal question of love and right decision along with some nice points of us being sometimes unable to think on our own about our own lives. So, please. Nice colors, nice humor, somewhere stupid, somewhere harsh, but good. Positively good!
Spanish movies always have some raisin in it, so, if you want to have pleasant Saturday night and just have light emotions, do watch the movie.
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