Emma is almost thirty years old. Her eyes are sightless, but still she thinks she can see all too clearly: she wants to be a mother. Without falling in love, without letting any feelings ...
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María and Susana, two rebellious teens spend their summer in a catholic camp. With music as their common denominator, teen rebellion and ecclesiastic order will collide, creating a hymn to freedom and first love.
A group of friends reunited. But not an afternoon. Not just any place. They are in a cemetery. Sam has died. He killed himself. What is the relationship each had with Sam? You really do not... See full summary »
Roberto Pérez Toledo
Laura de la Isla,
Emma is almost thirty years old. Her eyes are sightless, but still she thinks she can see all too clearly: she wants to be a mother. Without falling in love, without letting any feelings get in the way. It sounds easy enough, but it won't takeEmmalongto discover that it is not just her eyes which are blind.
Attempt at a Spanish female oriented relationships piece.
Blind girl Echegui is determined that getting pregnant will make it possible for her to love someone.
This gets mixed in with her therapy group of variously disadvantaged (not the right word now?) individuals with comic and affecting back stories. Episode structure, which serves no particular purpose. OK cast not all that well served by the material.
It's too pretty and not all that convincing but it's something which it's target audience should take to.
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