Ramón Arroyo is a man who lives in Bilbao (Basque Country, north to Spain) with his wife Inma working as CEO in an important company with friends and job partners as Mario. But his daily life ends when one day he wakes up to find himself briefly paralyzed, being unable to stand up from the bed. Trying to know what happens, Inma and Ramón go to the hospital, where the revelation couldn't be worse: Ramón is diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, a muscular degeneration that progressively will stop any movement of his body, leaving him in a wheelchair the rest of his life. Starting a treatment in the hospital to minimize the symptoms, where he meets other patients with a more advanced state of the disease, Inma has her own troubles due her father Manolo, who has tried commit suicide in his country house where he lives alone after the death of his wife and Inma's mother. Moving Manolo to the city to live with them, things complicate by the so much bad relation between Ramón and Manolo, ...Written by
I laugh and i cry , i laugh then i cry , i laugh and i cry again and again and again.
I almost never laugh at the movies, because i have such a good sense of hmour ,almost all the others jokes lokslame for me.AThis movie make me laugh so many times.I used to rather cry at the movies , but living in Romania , after the involutio from 1989 i reach the grade nothing make me cry.This movie make me cry like a baby.The screenplay is a masterpiece.Actors are brilliant.American movies in the last 40 years can't make a normal human been smile even if is tickled (except some sitcoms) about crying , they c'ant make movies with a little bit of dramatism , tears are excluded , and the spaniols make the people laughing out loud and crying like babyes in the same movies.Thas because spaniols make cinema and americans make commerce
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