Germán is a CEO of a life insurance company too much busy with his job to attend his personal life with his wife Sandra and his little daughter, Estela. Trying to arrive home at time to ...
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Ten-year-old Nico receives a threatening letter and now his life is in danger. No one seems to believe him except one person that he doesn't know who has come to believe that fate itself wants the boy dead and tries to prevent it.
Germán is a CEO of a life insurance company too much busy with his job to attend his personal life with his wife Sandra and his little daughter, Estela. Trying to arrive home at time to celebrate Estela's birthday party, Germán is stopped at night by two Civil Guard agents (Spanish equivalent to state troopers), who seeing German's extreme exhaustion they guide him to a motel to pass the night and that he sleeps in order to prevent an accident. At the same time, Silvia is a troubled teen who flees from her too troubled home to meet her close friend Gloria, meeting later with Mario and El Chato to spend the night all together in Mario's car. Meanwhile Germán eludes Civil Guard agents and takes the car again to get home as soon as be possible, Silvia rejects El Chato's sexual innuendos and hit him, making that she leaves the car and Gloria leaves it too, trying both to back home walking or making hitchhiking. But when in certain moment Silvia moves away from the road and she hides in a ...Written by
Such a parade of dumb decions can only occur when deliberately written into a script. There is no way the events in this movie would have progressed in real life the way they did on screen. The horrible decisions were incredibly annoying.
However I did endure the entire movie because I was curious to see how the plot would wrap up. Overall, I don't regret watching the film, but I certainly would not be interested in watching it twice, nor would I recommend it as an enjoyable movie.
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