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The story focuses on Valeria (Charlotte Vega), a young woman who has just moved to Madrid after the separation of their parents. In his new institute, Valeria is forced to attend a meeting with the counselor to which also serves other classmates. What at first seems a bad start for the new existence of Valeria, becoming just the beginning of an amazing life experience. New friendships, a city full of possibilities, first love... intense experiences that will forever change the lives of this new group of friends.
Sincerely a badly translated copy paste of the Breakfast Club
Take the Breakfast Club, add some elements of modern juvenile novels like The Perks of Being a Wallflower and The Fault is in Our Stars and you got El Club de los Incomprendidos. I am still wanting to know how Blue Jeans, the writer of the novel where he based the film, was able to keep free without being punished to copy elements of so much stories to write his very empty story.
While the acting is, so far, regular, the story contains so much elements of those stories (and even, Life is Beautiful) and put them so much sugar, that makes you want to come back to the classic of John Hughes and hug it strongly, because El Club de los Incomprendidos destroys practically all the good things that The Breakfast Club had.
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