In the small town of Santa Eulalia, singles organize a party attended by a coach of women marriages. Damián, Alfonso and Carmelo will seek to establish a relationship with Patricia, a ...
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In the small town of Santa Eulalia, singles organize a party attended by a coach of women marriages. Damián, Alfonso and Carmelo will seek to establish a relationship with Patricia, a Dominican girl, Marirrosi, a nurse from Bilbao and Milady, a young Cuban.Written by
Miguel Ángel Díaz González
Así que muévelo
By V. Dotel
Performed by Ilegales del Caribe See more »
If you want to be universal, describe what goes on in your village.
Three couples on the making in a remote Castilian village. The physical horizons are as vast as the mental horizons are narrow. The three men are local, the three women come from distant places (the "Flowers from another world" of the title). While telling three short stories, the film makes perceptive observations on what makes relationships start and hold on, cultural shock and wear, coexistence of the poor and the less poor, antagonism between cities and countryside. The actors are natural, the script, intelligent and with a point of humor.
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