Mario (Dani Rovira) and Olivia (Michelle Jenner) fall madly in love. One afternoon, considering that every relationship ends, they end up breaking up. During the big fight, Miamor, the ...
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Mario (Dani Rovira) and Olivia (Michelle Jenner) fall madly in love. One afternoon, considering that every relationship ends, they end up breaking up. During the big fight, Miamor, the street cat adopted by both and who only attends if they call him "Miamor" and speak to him in Valencian, escapes and disappears, like the love that united them. For a time Olivia will give him for dead, love and the cat, while Mario keeps him alive in secret. Like Schrodingüer's cat, the love between the two remains alive and dead at the same time until, one day when she seems to have finally risen, Olivia feels victimized by a deception and decides to declare to Mario the war, one in the that, as in the love that still breathes, everything can be worth.Written by
''The rain in spain''...., someone said a long time ago, and the time between great spanish dramacomedies are in my mind usually long, so use the chance and watch this , especially in the end, hilarious comedy.
its a film about falling in love, then break up and love again and so on, with a clever cat called mi amore perdido that keeps the man and woman joined together in better and for worse. its also a theater, and stand-up comedy put together into an orgasmic flow of rattata spanish dialouges, with some cat-alan.
i myself where blinded by the beautiful main actress, with the most beautiful smile and kitty-kat eyes ive ever seen, just a look at her kept me hung in to the end. the male actor are for sure good looking too so to all of you who adore spanish male actors have a look...
so the grumpy old man recommends a view, its flirting comedy, with spanish rage just beneath the surface, an excellent show that will sooth the gigglish part of you
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