Three guys in their twenties love wine and women but they are still virgins. Under the guise of a wine tour they embark on a journey to Spain hoping to have their first sexual experience. ...
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Three guys in their twenties love wine and women but they are still virgins. Under the guise of a wine tour they embark on a journey to Spain hoping to have their first sexual experience. Jozef is blind, Philip is paralyzed from the neck down and Lars is in a wheelchair with a brain tumor, but they're not going to let anything stand in their way...Written by
"Hasta La Vista" is a nice feel good film about the plight of 'differently abled ' people.
Sex is an extremely personal thing which cannot be imposed on anyone. Some people go for sex and some people find love while searching sex. It is on these themes that this film has focused all its attention. It does succeed in getting viewers' attention and sympathy as it is a different type of film. When the end of the film is known in the beginning, one has to just watch to know how is the story progressing. It helps to know whether the film has ended as one has wished it to end. This is something which might bother some died hard fans of melodrama films like "Hasta La Vista". Travelling with Europe is not easy as many people do not speak the same language. The language question in this film is presented through a character who doesn't speak much Flemish but prefers to converse in French. This is a good example of a nicely made feel good picture of recent times.'Hasta La Vista' makes the viewers realize that differently abled people also have rights to have sex with people of their choice. When it comes to sex they just want to let others know that they are as eager as other 'normal' people. This is the key message which viewers get by watching "Hasta La Vista".
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