María is Tonatiuh's big love, but he loses her. He tries to keep her essence, seeking restlessly in every woman he meet, trying to get so many experiences about them as he can, so he is ...
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María is Tonatiuh's big love, but he loses her. He tries to keep her essence, seeking restlessly in every woman he meet, trying to get so many experiences about them as he can, so he is able to find something wich remembers him about his lost love. All that women have a peculiarity: they are called María.
I recently got to see this film as part of a film festival in Guadalajara, Mexico. I was going to write a review straight after but the film wasn't even listed on IMDb then. The film is about a man and his relationships with many different women called Maria. One of them affected him more than most in his past and in the film we see how this affects his life and other relationships. The narrative is actually a little bit messed up in a Sex and Lucia kind of way but the film is very enjoyable and laugh out loud funny throughout. The director and principle actors also came to the screening, though sadly with the exception of the gorgeous Ana Serradilla who is another good reason for men in particular to see this film. The acting is solid, and the film is another fine example of why we should all be paying attention to Mexican cinema. I would recommend this film to everyone looking to have a couple of hours fun in the cinema, not the best comedy I've ever seen, but it's above average.
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