When the monks living at a small rural monastery face it being transformed into a hotel due to the lack of income, a newcomer monk convinces them their only chance is teaching them soccer ... See full summary »
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 »
Braulio after his misadventures in Berlin, moves to Hong Kong along with Rafa and Hakan in search of new opportunities. However, it is not easy to succeed in a land where language, culture and customs are very different from Europe.
Gregorio is a very conservative banker from Madrid (Spain's capital, at the center of the country), supporter of Real Madrid's soccer team and full of right-wing ideas, who is married with the more comprehensive María, being parents of three children: the older, Sandra, who is married with Jordi, a Catalonian supporter of the Barça's soccer team (Real Madrid's main rival); the middle Alicia, a free-spirited sweetheart that is dating with Leo, a perroflauta (Spanish for dreadlock) anti-system and anarchist Andalusian, and younger Carlos, a sensitive gay who is the boyfriend of Eneko, a black man born in Basque Country but that his parents are from Senegal. After of the sudden death of María in a run over, the family moves to San Lúcar de Barrameda (Andalucia, south to Spain) for the María's burial, and in addition to follow the María's last will for spending a weekend all together to roughen the roughness. But the different secrets of the Gregorio's children will complicate it: Sandra ...Written by