This humorous movie charts the life of a 14-year-old (Tristan) as he deals with some major issues in his life. At the beginning of the movie, he has already decided to dedicate his life to ... See full summary »
In 1963, under Fracoism, two Swedish students traveled to Spain and met singer-songwriter Chicho Sánchez. On return to Stockholm, they made an anonymous album with his recording that was an instant hit in Scandinavia.
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
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 »
Lucía is a famous singer retired seven years ago from the stages what starts a tour of small live performances along several towns of Spain's geography after a casual encounter with Tristán, a longtime friend and too a former love interest that they didn't meet in twenty years since both still were teens, who convinces her to back singing. Alone the two with the road onward and so much hours to talk, Lucía and Tristán pass the days sharing their remembers to compare the lives they have been from their break up, traveling not only to the happy days of the youth and the deceptions of the maturity, but their personal situation and the life they are living in a world so much different from which they knew long time ago.Written by
The different bookshops where Lucía makes live performances are (in order): La Puerta de Tannhauser (Plasencia), Letras Corsarias (Salamanca), Intempestivos (Segovia), Primera Página (Urueña), La Casa de las Musas (Burgos) and Manolita (Salamanca). See more »
Watched in an airplane, so could have missed something.
I was prepared for something crass, but it natural and gentle - I really liked that. The issues touched also seem very familiar, another plus, even if none provoked strong empathy.
On the negative side, I don't think I really learned much and I wasn't entertained a lot either. I was also not thrilled to overacting by two female characters - the lead and the journalist.
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