Nearly twenty years after the events of "The Girl of Your Dreams", in the 1950s, Macarena Granada, who has become a Hollywood star, returns to Spain to film a blockbuster about Queen Isabella I of Castile.
A teenager who went missing and was presumed dead returns home after eight years to find a family deeply affected by his disappearance. Gradually, doubts arise about whether he really is the missing boy or an impostor.
Inspectors Velarde and Alfaro must find what appears to be a serial killer. This hunt against the clock will make them realize something they'd never thought about: neither one of them is that different from the killer.
Antonio de la Torre,
Ever since her mum died, María has taken care of her father and her siblings. That's why her father's announcement of marriage to his nurse brings María's world crashing down around her. At the age of 35, she'll have to change her fate.
José Ángel Egido,
A hard-working single mother and wife of a getaway driver who is about to be released is approached by an unassuming and gentle man, completely unaware though of his inscrutable and utterly impelling motives.
Antonio de la Torre,
In bustling downtown Madrid, a loud gunshot and two mysterious deaths trap a motley assortment of common urbanites in a decrepit central bar, while paranoia and suspicion force the terrified regulars to turn on each other.
We are immersed in the 1950s, as the film diva Macarena Granada returns from Hollywood to Spain to shoot a US blockbuster entitled The Queen of Spain, where she will breathe life into Isabella I of Castile. In Madrid, not only will she meet up again with her old friends and colleagues from the troupe but she will also have to contend with another dictatorial regime: that of Francisco Franco. Written by
The expression "dispensable", or "waste of time" when something you do not like, and when the thing gets to much, "disaster." But the "agony" is not usual in your articles, and less a criticism in that you really saw it horrible watching this movie and that you did not leave the screening room because you wanted to be responsible with your obligation to make the criticism Did you write immediately after seeing it? Because reading the review, you have pitied me!.
And more striking is the way you expressed yourself after reading the interview they did to Trueba in El Mundo, with the petite who launched "The only thing I can say is that what they have attacked, they should think they are doing a Harm to their country, and then they should think that they pass and the cinema does not. " Curious after the "I have never felt Spanish, nor five minutes of my life".
I think Trueba already knows what he's done and he's putting on the patch before the wound. And I think that you will not be the only one who is going to criticize this film hard, which for what I am reading, does not have much to defend.
(Sorry for my English)
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