By Manuel Ortega Lasaga (*)
This movie is, along with Dying of Laughter (1999) and Common Wealth (2000), my favorite from this director. I think this movie is a great way for youngsters to approach the Spanish cinema. It helps refute what they say of Spain’s cinematography being only dramas about drugs or the Spanish Civil War or comedies full of gays and whores.
The hook within this title for me was its genre at first. And even though it is a fantastic movie indeed, what I found most interesting and what captivated me the most were the manners of Spanish Read the Sexy