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Carlos is a man who goes to a coffee shop-library to take a cup, where Irene is reading a book. Not a reason for it, Irene close to Carlos and talks with him, starting a friendship with a little rules: no pasts, no birth names, no modern ways to contact between them (as Internet or similar), and finally not falling in love each other. Calling themselves Hada Chalada ('Crazy Fairy') and Duende Chiflado ('Mad Goblin'), both pass the days walking around the city engaged with magic, surrealist and funnies conversations about life, love and themselves, at the same time that Carlos tries to end his new script with his friend Cristóbal, and eccentric writer obsessed with Japan. But the good feeling between Carlos and Irene ends suddenly when Irene discovers that Carlos is really the husband of María, new lover of Jorge, Irene's boyfriend, who recently split with her in favor of Carlos' wife. When casually the four coincide in the same place, Carlos must be confront his feelings by Irene with...Written by
Eduardo Noriega (Carlos) and Fele Martínez (Cristobal) played as Bosco Herranz and Chema in Tesis a Alejandro's Amenábar movie from 1996. See more »
He left me for your wife?
And my wife left me for your guy.
The woman who thinks she deserves something better than you is with the guy who thinks he deserves something better than me?
How many ways do you want to say it? Yes, they are screwing!
Why did you wait so long to tell me?
Because I loved the start of our story, if you can call it that.
Look, our partners are fucking each other's brains out, so call it whatever the hell you want!
All right, I didn't want their story to ruin ours!
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The best way I can describe this film is that it entranced me, as the images kept coming back to haunt me for a long time after I left the cinema. It's not perfect (which film is?) but the imagery and underlying message of the romance in nature, as well as in human relationships, will - despite some occasional qualms about the dialogue - enchant you too.
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