The South of France. Internationally famous pianist Aurore collapses one night during a performance, over-exhausted from too many concerts. Tired of music, she believes she no longer has ...
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Edmond T. Gréville
Residents of an enclosed neighborhood in the middle of Mexico DF are shocked by a violent crime, and for one resident in particular, young Alejandro, the drama is ratcheted up when he encounters the lone kid who escaped the event and is hiding out within the neighborhood's borders.
Daniel Giménez Cacho,
An average guy meets an actress who is more beautiful than he could ever imagine. But then a pesky girl materializes to make his life a living hell. His perfect girlfriend now thinks that he is involved with this Caprice.
The South of France. Internationally famous pianist Aurore collapses one night during a performance, over-exhausted from too many concerts. Tired of music, she believes she no longer has anything to offer her public. Then she meets Jean, an electrician who installs residential security systems. Despite their differences, they immediately fall in love and plan a new life together. Jean intends to leave his long-time partner, Dolorès, but she will stop at nothing to keep him.Written by
The plot is about a rich, famous pianist who falls for a blue collar technician who is way out of her social class as she goes through a crisis in her career and personal life. This is an incredulous story which falls flat on every aspects. To start with, the two lovers don't seem to share anything common in their lives. They display almost zero chemistry in their relationship, either. The guy has a stable life with a pretty girlfriend, with no apparent reason to mess his life and he doesn't portray a type who'd go out of his way to sleep with every woman he meets. Add to that, Joey Starr is too old for his character to make us believe he'd allure two gorgeous woman who look at least 20 years younger. And finally, the twists and turns are simply laughable.
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