Martina was a famous singer in Argentina during the late 90s, who's become completely frigid and disenchanted with love. The arrival of a so-called sister, alongside her attractive boyfriend, compel Martina to go to Chile with one objective in mind: getting back her libido.
Martina is an Argentine singer who used to be famous during the late 90s and that today no one remembers. Among frigidness and love disenchantment, she's getting close to her forties. The arrival of a young Chilean couple, Francisca and César will change everything: Francisca, a fan who's convinced they're sisters; and César, who with one look brings back her sexual desire. When they leave,she will travel to Chile with the idea that he can give her back her libido, but she'll end up finding the affection of a possible new family.Written by
I'm not sure why exactly, but this film feels almost like reality. Maybe it's the great acting, sincere script, the mundane things they do, or the most likely culprit: how thoroughly flawed and rather insane all the characters are, which give them a powerful dose of believability not found in most other movies. Of course, there are still "surreal" dialogues and situations in the script, but overall, this film feels exquisitely real to me.
However, it suffers from being aimless at times, especially in the last half hour or so, but nothing too bad. I give it a 7.5/10, and it's worth watching!
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