"Solitude" is the name of the big mansion owned by the Di Carlos. And it's also solitude what lies behind doors and walls, in the cold dining room where the family gathers for dinner, along... See full summary »
A period drama set in 1960s Argentina, The story about the erratic beginning of a relationship and the urgent need for the first light after darkness. Since the accident, Luisa has not been... See full summary »
He is Martin Quesada, ex-F1 driver, now successfully managing the family business. he is a very kind person but since the death of his parents and his wife he is feeling an emptiness which ... See full summary »
A recipient of the Nobel Prize for Literature, who has been living in Europe for decades, accepts an invitation to receive a prize. In Argentina he finds both similarities and irreconcilable differences with the people of his hometown.
Juan lives in clandestinity. Just like his mum, his dad and his adored uncle Beto, outside his home he has another name. At school, Juan is known as Ernesto. And he meets María, who only ... See full summary »
A woman in his 40s sees everything with his love life, her career and day-to-day routine. She decides to change things a bit and does a ritual than has some consequences that will change her life upside down.
Accused of killing his brother during adolescence, Salvador lives alone in the middle of Patagonia. Several decades later, his brother Marcos and his sister-in-law Laura, come to convince him to sell the lands they share by inheritance.
Felipe a wealthy businessman who has been quadriplegic, due to an accident, is looking for a therapeutic assistant. There are several highly qualified, but he decides to take the assistant of his gardener, Tito who has decided to resign.
Rodrigo De la Serna,
In a post-apocalyptic era, somewhere in the desert highlands, the protagonists, a young couple played by Peter Lanzani and Juana Burga, live in a refugee camp during the Water War. Upon ... See full summary »
Great performance by the Argentinian actress Natalia Oreiro. I went to the cinema with low expectations because I'm not really fan of Cumbia music, but couldn't help getting involved with the character in her course to fame avoiding all kind of obstacles. It shows the life of a simple kindergarten teacher who is bored of her routine life and becomes a star in the world of Cumbia, which is followed in Argentina by the masses. It creates an exciting atmosphere following the development from the beginning of his career, experiencing the creation of some of their musical successes. Totally recommendable for those who have some proximity to Latin culture.
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