Front of Aragon, 1937. Lluís (Marcel Borràs), a young republican officer destined for a temporarily dormant position, meets an enigmatic widow of whom she falls in love, Carlana (Núria Prims), who manages to fool him to falsify a Document that makes it the lady of the region. The best friend of Lluís, the Soleràs (Oriol Pla), a degraded officer, discovers the fraud and, in exchange for not exposing him, he demands that he move away from the bombings of Barcelona his son and his wife, from whom he is Secretly in love When Trini (Bruna Cusí) arrives at the town, it does not take long to discover the betrayal of Lluís and establishes between them two a "state of war" that will make all moral bases stagger.Written by
We're at war. We must help however we can. We can't hang on to what we have. We could lose everything in an instant...
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Written by Victoria Nicolás Minué and José Lera Alsina
Performed by Susanna Prims and Marcús Jgr (as Marcus JGR) See more »
Or a war story. about friendship, love, passion, errors becoming sins. remembering old songs and Garcia Lorca plays. the lead character - the village. and the feelings. and the silences. the only strange thing - the emotion who seems remaining far by the viewer against the premises. a film with traits of Old Greek tragedy. decent performances, familiar scenes, a not surprising end. and the story of an innocent man changing. short, a Spanish story. beautiful, tragic. but not always real convincing. Nuria Prims reminding so many other actresses and theirs characters. Marcel Borras traits - between young Picasso and Bunuel in a role interesting but in many parts preserving the status of sketch. and sure, Oriol Pla in a more than interesting character skin. and, maybe, that is all.
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