Tag Archives: Cecilia Suárez

Lucía Carreras – Nos vemos, papá AKA Missing Dad (2011)

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Pilar lives alone with her dad. One day after returning from work, she finds that he has passed away. From that moment on, her reality and memories are mixed in a disturbing way. Her life continues yet she is hunted by the presence of his father, she rejects her family and her desperate attempts to bring her normality. Alienated with grief, her life will clash between reality and desire. Read More »

Ernesto Contreras – Párpados azules AKA Blue Eyelids [+Extras] (2007)

Marina is a lonely woman with a menial job at a uniform business that unexpectedly awards her with an all-expenses-paid holiday at a beach resort for two. She’s been unable to find anyone to go with her when she comes across a man called Víctor in a chance encounter at a bakery. Víctor claims they went to school together, but although Marina doesn’t remember him, she impulsively invites him to join her on the trip. They decide to get to know each other better before going away, and a kind of relationship develops between two shy people who seem to have nothing in common except the holiday looming on the horizon… Read More »