After the leaving of their only one son to study in the foreign, a 25-years marriage faces their split, questioning themselves about love, desire, the passing of time and what really they want in life.
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Marcos and Ana are married and live in Buenos Aires as any other typical middle-class family. During 25 years, they have been the perfect parents for their only one son Luciano, caring and helping him without worry about their own needs. But one day, an adult Luciano abandon his family home to move from Argentina to Madrid in Spain in order to study university in the foreign. The empty generated by his absence makes effect in the couple, finding themselves as strangers living in the same house with not a thing in common. After they takes a time to think, Marcos and Ana decide mutually to divorce, starting a new life by separated ways. With an uncertain future ahead, Marcos moves to a friend's home and is convinced to meet new women, while Ana enjoys her new freedom. Meeting casually once in a while, Marcos and Ana faces their memories together with their respective relationships with other people, but the promise to the new life they wanted don't be as exciting and touching as they ...Written by
Wonderful movie. The "not for everybody" is related to a comment overheard during the projection of the film. Somebody near to us said: "There is nothing going on!" I guess there will be people thay may said that, but the problem is that this is a movie that requires the spectator to adapt to the pace of the film. There is a lot going on during the whole movie but you need to pay attention and to have "feeling" for what is happening on the screen. The acting by Darín and Morán is superb, but it is not just them. Short appearances by Claudia Lapacó, Norman Brisky and Chico Novarro are memorable. The dialogues are credible and smart. If you go to the movies just looking for fights, chasing cars and the like, this one is not for you. But if you like to be moved by the story told on the screen, that may have to do with your own life, do not miss this one.
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