A youth group is preparing for what the summer of their lives will be, including secrets, lies, pickups, sex, confusion, and especially great night party. Most teenagers are not aware that ... See full summary »
Rosa, a fifty-five years old single woman, and Sabina, a Cuban girl of 25, are neighbors and share a rooftop terrace in the city. Two uprooted women. They haven't met but they share a lot ... See full summary »
Ana de Armas,
Simon transports illegal immigrants to New York, leaving them to their fate. He is discovered by the coastguard and Andrés, a young sailor, saves his life. When he falls for a young protegée of Simon conflict erupts.
Manuel Gutiérrez Aragón
Ana de Armas
"Not everything is what it seems". This is the motto of Fernando Pérez's Madrigal, an esoteric fable built, in the first part, around a handsome actor's love story with an overweight and ... See full summary »
Carlos Enrique Almirante,
Ana de Armas
Mikel is about to marry Julia, owner of a large jewelry store she inherited from her parents. During the party announcing their engagement, Mikel meets Ari, one of the waitresses at ... See full summary »
Ruth is a young researcher in a college. She is asked to three of her ex's weddings. Along the way she is trying to find her soulmate and for a companion to every wedding, she enlists the help of her new fellow assistant.
To start with, we have seen this kind of story in different variations many times before. Nothing new or original here. The film itself is dull, nauseatedly predictable, pretensions and awfully acted. The dialogues made me want to vomit. It is appears the film was made with a hand held camera and it times the shaking was pretty bad. I liked Ana de Armas in Knock Knock. I thought she did pretty good in it. She is the only one in Por un puñado de besos who was trying to actually act, even then her performance is rather weak, overacting in many scenes. Everybody else could have been easily replaced by robots, it is THAT bad. Jan Cornet, as a leading actor is unbelievably bad, looking sad and wrinkling his forehead was all he could do. There is zero on screen chemistry between two leading actors, I mean absolutely none. So skip it, unless you are a 12 years old girl. No sex, violence or profanity in this film.
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