María and Susana, two rebellious teens spend their summer in a catholic camp. With music as their common denominator, teen rebellion and ecclesiastic order will collide, creating a hymn to freedom and first love.
Nuria is a young girl with a good life, a boyfriend to marry him and a parents who love her, but a problem: she still is married with Jorge. Former CEO, Jorge lives almost in the ruin ... See full summary »
In bustling downtown Madrid, a loud gunshot and two mysterious deaths trap a motley assortment of common urbanites in a decrepit central bar, while paranoia and suspicion force the terrified regulars to turn on each other.
Arturo, Chus and Hipólito ("Poli") are the brothers-in-law that their peaceful and happy existence shock suddenly: Valentina, Arturo and Isabel's daughter, decides in the last moment not marry with Agustín, leaving him alone in the own altar, in order to stay with Álex, a young perroflauta (Spanish for dreadlock) and anarchist, which free ideals opposite straightly with the totally conservative Arturo; Chus and his wife Olga discover that their daughter Marta is dating with Dani, a troubled boy and ni-ni (Spanish short for "ni oficio ni beneficio", equivalent to "without a penny to one's name") related with drugs; and Poli realizes that his daughter Sarai is dating with Ernesto, a Poli's former school partner and actually a playboy who works as artistic photographer, in addition that Alicia, Poli's wife, knew Sarai's relation but she hide it. Determined to break the relation in the belief that Álex, Dani and Ernesto aren't good for their lovely and perfect daughters, Arturo, Chus and ...Written by