Upon the arrival at the Madrid airport, a professor at the University of Frankfurt is mistaken for a Russian football player and is received as a sport star, but the teacher ignores that ... See full summary »
José María Elorrieta
Fernando Fernán Gómez,
A businessman whose company is bankrupt decides to fake his own death with the complicity of his wife and her lover, a doctor who will be responsible for signing the death certificate. So ... See full summary »
The monotony causes a distancing between Begoña and Pedro, married for years and with a teenage son who only wants to play basketball. In addition, the father of Begoña (elderly and ... See full summary »
José Antonio Nieves Conde
José Luis López Vázquez,
A six-year-old boy witnesses mobsters beat his father to death. Twenty years later, the now-grown boy begins to track down and eliminate the men who did it, determined to wipe out the ... See full summary »
Joaquin comes back to Granada in the eighties trying to find out about something happened when he was a child and the Spanish Civil War was going on. He helped an unknown man who survived ... See full summary »
The stay in the prison of Eudosio and Carlos, accused unjustly, prevents them from getting a job when they go free. As much as they intend to explain that they were locked up for no reason,... See full summary »
Joaquín Luis Romero Marchent
At seventy the indefatigable Fernando Fernan Gomez directed himself as Don Anibal and five veteran stars of Spanish comedy as proud and frustrated pensioners in a care home run by the strict Sor María, known by her residents as la bruja/the witch (María Asquerino). Outvoted when they want to watch the football on the common room television, they take an interest in the football the orphans play in the yard of the neighbouring institution. Inept, they want to help them and give them a sense of purpose for a victory in the local youth football league. Will the dream be realised when Don Anselmo (Jose Luis Vazquez) joins them and organises a most audacious bank heist to raise money to get the boys proper boots and football strip? An endearing comedy with a script full of quips reflecting on the Franco years and the new Democracy.
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