Abel (Daniel Grao) is a politician dedicated to the struggle for the most disadvantaged and Nora (Natalia Molina), his wife, is the unconditional support for him and who keeps an important ...
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Abel (Daniel Grao) is a politician dedicated to the struggle for the most disadvantaged and Nora (Natalia Molina), his wife, is the unconditional support for him and who keeps an important secret that can transform everything. His quiet life in a secluded Andalusian farmhouse will change when Victor, an ousted high official, appears. Virginia and Felix will be the final surprise, two old friends of a time that they preferred to leave behind. Together they will have to face adversity and find out how far they are willing to go to stay together.Written by
A Movie That Requires More Understanding Of It's Foundation Than The Viewer Gets
07/26/2020 Much of the movie plays out without the viewer understanding where it's going? The only clarity for me was the final moments as the wife is waiting, all alone at a bus stop. It's apparent that she feels relief, her burden behind her and future unknown. I too have experienced the push/pull of separation/unknown change and final relief of the long carried load of life's stress carried for years. There are tears of sadness for what was and exhilaration for what the future might hold? I hope that you get much more out of this movie than I did. Bon Appetit'
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