Roberto, Condoro and Papitas are three childhood best friends separated by time and brought back together by the dying wish of Papitas, the developmentally disabled wheelchair bound heir to... See full summary »
Based on true events, involving powerful Catholic priest Fernando Karadima, who committed crimes of child abuse and pedophile between 1980's-2000's. The struggle of his victims, to be able to reveal the truth and look for justice.
After being unemployed and all alone, Javier decides to try and win back Sophia, his ex-girlfriend, but discovers that she is already with another man and has no intentions to get back with him. To overcome the failure of love, Javier will be mired in endless adventures with different women and characters that cross on their way (family, friends and co-workers), where alcohol, sex and bad decisions are the common factors of this chaotic and decadent trip. During the whole journey and always beside was Angela, his best friend, probably the person he was always looking for. Written by
Luckily I can understand the ending. Javier was dating Sofia who was a musician. Sofia was seeing another musician behind Javier's back and Javier and Sofia broke up. Javier had another ex-girlfriend Mariana who was pregnant from her husband and Javier backed off when Mariana confessed she was pregnant. Javier kept trying to date other girls, but he did not find. He was also looking for his work like he was looking for his girlfriend. Finally Angela who always listened to Javier'w whining became Javier's girlfriend. It is unusual. I rarely see a friend with benefit type girl becomes somebody's girlfriend, but it happens in this story. Chilean movies and dramas are very different from other Latin American dramas especially the story between men and women. The story is quite unpredictable and funny. Santiago is a beautiful modern city. I would love to go there someday even though Javier does not like it.
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