A successful, attractive, intelligent and brilliant advertising executive is longing to finally find emotional stability in his life, and decides to propose to his girlfriend. After she ... See full summary »
After the death of her father, a young Spanish woman discovers a partial letter. As she searches for the answers, she embarks on a journey that takes her back to Africa, where she unfolds the secrets of her family.
Fernando González Molina
A global cataclysm, caused by a fatal accident in Geneva (Switzerland) during the implementation of the particle accelerator will lead to crew of vessel-school Estrella Polar to live the adventure of their lives.
Hache (Mario Casas) flies back to Barcelona after spending two years in London, trying to forget his first love and Pollo's (Álvaro Cervantes) death, his best friend. His brother picks him up from the airport; after he settles himself in, he sees his bike covered with a sheet. H. takes his bike for a spin and lands in the port where he used to race illegally. As soon as he gets there he receives a call, turns out Katina (Marina Salas) found out through Álex (Hache's brother) that he just got back; they both agree to meet at a park. When he arrives at the park, Hache sees Chino (Lucho Fernandez) who tells him that things have changed. Chino invites him to a get-together in a restaurant with their other friends. While waiting sitting on a bench, Katina surprises him and they both sit down for some catch up time. Katina asks Hache if he has missed Babi (Maria Valverde) and tells him that she's seen her, but that she has changed. Hache invites her to the get-together, but Katina declines ...
Having not seen the prequel, I am basing my comments strictly on this film (which is as it should be). This was basically a 2 hour perfume ad. We are subjected to many lingering shots of pretty faces, model bodies and high fashion in an assortment of nicely lit night settings. The problem is that someone forgot to add a story. Well, there is a story but it has all the depth of a puddle. The characters are adults all trapped in their early teen minds strongly emoting over a series of nothings. This young person's soap opera has the play-book of clichés--boy pouts over lost love, can new girl win his torn heart or will he return to his old love?, another girl gets pregnant from a fling, a mother discovers her husband is cheating on her, another mother lies dying in a hospital, a motor race to settle scores.......you've seen it all before in better, shorter movies.
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