Ever since her mum died, María has taken care of her father and her siblings. That's why her father's announcement of marriage to his nurse brings María's world crashing down around her. At the age of 35, she'll have to change her fate.
José Ángel Egido,
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Musical about evictions occurred in Spain in connection with the economic crisis. After losing their home because they can not afford it, a young married couple with a daughter of 10 years, he moved to house her parents, but that housing will also be threatened by the seizure of the bank, having served as collateral for the mortgage daughter.Written by
Barcelona set account of the Spanish financial crisis with unexpected musical interludes. The comparison with LALALAND doesn't get past a shared debt to the Jacques Demy Musicals.
Unemployment is wiping out Ivan Massagué, reduced to selling smoke alarms door to door from his van, after the cops break in and evict his family. The in law guarantors look like they will go too. The film even manages to spare a bit of sympathy for old friend banker Vila who foreclosed - though not much. His dad Homar goes into the office and slaps the guy when he finds out.
Strong performances, notably singer lead Sílvia Pérez Cruz and her mum Adrania Ozores. The disturbing account of the newly poor is backed with the films striking images - the van become a glittering love nest, the passengers synchronised diving in front of a metro train.
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