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Twenty-something mates Francisco, Ignacio, and Dani meet for their Sunday rituals: a paella, a dip in the sea. After spotting an obituary for a schoolmate, they decide to attend the funeral. They realize it wasn`t him. Confusion turns to coincidence as they meet a couple of young women who will disrupt their perfect summer`s day.Written by
Three twentysomethings out of Sunday morning apathy attend the wrong funeral and life itself becomes apparent.
For Dani who realises he has no idea of what 'falling in love' means, the death of an unknown guy who shared the same girlfriend turns out to be very important to understand his own father's death and past relationships.
At times transcendental but funny throughout with a 'wonderlandish' effect -check Winterbottom's film if you enjoy this one- and a CURE song inbetween... what else could you ask for!?
Extra lines for submission: (out of 65 words though)
The action is set in Barcelona, and a day at the BARCELONA FC Stadium is also included...
As always it feels strange that nobody speaks in Catalan even if the dead guy is called Albert and not Alberto...
It's a pity Catalan film makers prefer to do separated catalan and Spanish versions and not just one bilingual realistic movie for catalan and Spanish audiences alike.
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