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.
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.
Four friends share one major concern: the opposite sex. These Casanovas are constantly obsessed about their relationships with women; they meet in a café on a regular basis to discuss their... See full summary »
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