Angelita is a nurse in her mid fifties working in a guard at a public hospital in Berazategui, two nights a week, visiting her patients during the day with her motorcycle. Her daily life is split into two worlds: the elder and teenagers.
Leopoldo is an 11 year old boy who grew up surrounded by artists. During the three months of spring, the boy discovers love in one of his of poetry classmates which she then leaves him with a broken heart.
In Barcelona (Catalonia, northeast to Spain), Manel is a neurotic scientist obsessed with the idea that the three laws of thermodynamics rules the daily life of all people, writing a thesis about it while he works as teacher assistant in the university. His happy life with his long-time girlfriend Raquel ends the day that casually he crashes in the street at the same time with Elena (a sexy and famous top model), Eva (a beauty young lawyer who recently has opened her own law firm) and his friend Pablo (an Argentinian CEO of an advertising company and an unstoppable womanizer). After the incident, Manel breaks up with Raquel and he starts dating with Elena, at the same time that Pablo dates Eva. Meanwhile Pablo and Eva's relation is based only in casual sex without engagement, Manel and Elena lives an idyllic love story, but when it starts to give signals to worse, Manel's neurosis frustrates Elena as well as his compulsive behaviors, in his belief that all is by cause of the ...Written by
This is the first tittle I watch in Netflix that made me want to know if there are more parts coming up, this is genius, accurate and dummy prove explicatory of the biggest of the realities, being literal.
The perfect approach that can help anyone understand the generality to arrive to the understanding of our human particularities.
The movie is originally in Castellano and English what appeared to me as an incredible design of the film because there is not better way to speak about science than in English and about passion than in Spanish.
Another prove that Spanish Cinema never will let you down, they keep up the flag of mastery in the education of all their actors, directors and cinematographers.
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