Three friends who have been fired from the company where they worked and are demoralized because of their unemployment status. In these circumstances they meet to undertake the plan that ... See full summary »
Antonio de la Torre,
Chema del Barco
1976. City of Madrid, Madrid (center to Spain and country's capital). On the early days of The Spanish Transition after General Franco's death happened the previous year, family Olmedo moves to the big city from their natal town hoping to get money and a better life for everyone. They are Manolo, a farmer hired to work in the well-known Pegaso's truck company; his wife and previous sister-in-law Candela, hired to work in the too well-known shopping mall Galerías Preciados; oldest son Pepe, a shy and stammer 20-years old young who feels as a stranger in the city unable to find job; older daughter Amparo, a 17 years-old teen forced to leave the town and her boyfriend Mateo to live in Madrid, who dreams to live in Paris working as flight attendant for Iberia's flying company; the child Rafael "Rafi", the only one son of Manolo and Candela after Candela's first husband (father of Pepe and Amparo) left them; a finally Fermín, Candela's aging and senile father with troubles of memory. ...Written by
In real life, the number 32 of the street "Manuela Malasaña" in Madrid (where the film takes place) doesn't exist. The last number on that street is number 30. This is obviously intentional. See more »
Not a horror movie
What a bad horror movie! It is all about scare jumps all the time, bad actors, and what's worse, the plot. After watching 80 minutes of nonsense scare jumps, the plot is just some cheap political propaganda. Don't waste your money!
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