The father of a terminally ill girl is determined to grant his daughter's last wish, a ridiculously expensive collectors' costume from a Japanese TV series. The request will drive him into a journey within his city's dark underbelly.
Raimundo de los Reyes
The identity of Petra's father has been hidden from her all her life. When her mother dies, Petra embarks on a quest which leads to Jaume, a celebrated artist and a powerful, ruthless man. ... See full summary »
Violeta is willing to do anything to find her missing kid. Elena keeps a strange secret. Lola wants to settle her debts with the past. Juana needs someone who loves her unconditionally and ... See full summary »
Isra and Cheíto are two brothers who have gone their separate ways. When Isra comes out of prison and Cheíto's long mission in the navy comes to an end, they both return to the isle of San ... See full summary »
Israel Gómez Romero,
Francisco José Gómez Romero,
Ramiro Forteza, a goalkeeper in the Spanish Premier League, is forced by the rigors of the Civil War and the postwar period to earn a living in small villages, challenging the locals to ... See full summary »
The character of Lila Cassen (Najwa Nimri), the singer who retires in the wake of her mother's death, was inspired by Japanese pop singer Naomi Chiaki, who stopped singing and even appearing in public after her husband's death in 1992. See more »
QUIEN TE CANTARA, the new film by Carlos Vermut was absolutely astonishing. Masterfully dealing with themes of identification, art's effect and merit, and the self.
Some gorgeous cinematography and music and an incredible performance by Eva Llorach. It felt like a mix of Persona and Black Swan in some instances, with Vermut having a perfect grasp on balancing the film's near horrific thriller scenes with its more abstract imagery.
They tie into eachother so well that I'm sure there's more I'll pick up on on further watches - 10/10
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