In Madrid, a petty thief who cannot adjust to life outside of jail puts together a theater troupe her friends -- a prostitute, a gypsy, and a Colombian immigrant -- in an attempt to make a go at a relatively straight life.
Daniel is approaching forty. Laura is fifteen... almost sixteen. From what they say about him he must be a poet or a comic-strip illustrator, or both. He has just overcome a long addiction ... See full summary »
Teresa Hurtado de Ory,
Do all men want the same thing? Nestor, recently widowed, runs a bakery near Barcelona, has a bank account and a bad heart, and swims in the sea every day. He also has a daughter and a ... See full summary »
Ramón De España
Alberto San Juan,
Emilio Gutiérrez Caba
Patricio Etxebeste owns a beret-making factory. An important local figure, he is standing for mayor in the upcoming elections. What nobody knows is that he is completely ruined and can't even pay for his yearly holiday.
Lola loves weddings, even though her marriage is on the rocks and she suspects that her fiancé Jorge, has fallen in love with Yasmina. Yasmina is in a hurry to get married to Javi, a ... See full summary »
María Luisa Borruel
Manolo's life is in crisis: his marriage is failing, his relationship with his two children is not great,and he hates his monotonous job. However, everything changes when Antonio, a 15-... See full summary »
Spain 1960, the dawn of the country's economic development. Industrial "reorganization" means that many workers have lost their jobs and are forced to emigrate. Martin is one of them. ... See full summary »
Nieve de Medina
Different. A journey towards your inner self and our gray lives
A very different movie from the usual massively produced entertaining eye-candy stuff, especially nowadayz. A good movie, a little slow on some moments, but compensates with very good and original plot, beautiful and very well played main role and good supportive characters, from the middle the movie has a very good flow - so not to be too concerned with the little sluggishness in the first 20 minutes.
To say it in a few words - this movie has a meaning living in it - some signs, some messages to give the audience, so when it ends - the viewer to feel something, to have something to think on, maybe even something to change in his/her own life.
If you feel that on some point of your live - you have lost the sense for beauty, the meaning and the purpose of your life - than, probably, you will like this movie and find yourself in the place of the main character. Generally speaking, if you are depressed - "Verbo" has something to give to you :)
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