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A well-ordered hardware store owner in Buenos Aires will see his life turn upside down when he helps a stranded Chinese man who doesn't speak a word of Spanish find his uncle in the bustling city. But can this coexistence bear fruit?
Muriel Santa Ana,
When El Mono dies, his three longtime friends try to recover from the loss and want to secure his little girl's future. But for Fernando, Mauricio and El Ruso this will not be easy. They decide to recover a big investment El Mono had made when he had bought a soccer player who was supposed to become a star.
This is a beautiful story about friendship and love: love for the family, love for a friend, and most of all, love for a soccer team.
"Papeles en el viento" begins with the death of El Mono (Torres) and develops from there on. His brother (Peretti) and two friends (Echarri and Rago), lifelong friends and fans of Buenos Aires' Independiente soccer team, push back their grief to focus on Guadalupe, El Mono's daughter.
The story often goes back as flashbacks that reveal the three friends relationships with El Mono, and how much they loved each other. The deep love for the dead friend, and for the soccer team is the motor of the story.
It is based on a novel by Eduardo Sacheri, who was also behind the screenplay of Juan Jose Campanella's "El secreto de sus ojos" (The Secret in their Eyes).
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