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Aces (Os Fenómenos) (Country: Spain; Year: 2014; Director: Alfonso Zarauza; Writer: Jaione Camborda, Alfonso Zarauza; Stars: Lola Dueñas, Luis Tosar, Juan Carlos Vellido, Miguel de Lira, Gonzalo Uriarte, Xúlio Abonjo, Xosé Touriñán, Ledicia Sola, Antonio Durán Morris, Federico Pérez, Alfonso Agra, Patricia Vázquez)
Abandoned by the father of her child, Neneta returns to her home town and takes a job on a construction site.
Holiday (Feriado) (Country: Ecuador, Argentina; Year: 2014; Director: Diego Araujo)
In a remote region in the Andes, shy Juan Pablo meets self-assured Juano. A fragile romance evolves that transcends all class distinctions. Their tender explorations are set against a corruption scandal that shakes Juan Pablo’s rich banking family to the core.
Maria And The Spider (María y el Araña) (Country: Ecuador, France, Argentina; Year: 2013; Director: María Victoria Menis; Writer: Alejandro Fernández Murriay, Alejandro Fernández Murriay, María Victoria Menis, María Victoria Menis; Stars: Pablo Aguirre Andrade, Lucía Ruiz Ortiz, Mirella Pascual, Florencia Salas, Luciano Suardi, Diego Vegezzi)
Drama about a teenager who lives in a Buenos Aires shantytown with her grandma - and the boy she falls in love with.
Pink Noise (Ruido Rosa) (Country: Colombia; Year: 2014; Director: Roberto Flores Prieto)
An elderly man pastes up adverts offering his services as an electrical appliance repairman. A radio belonging to an abandoned receptionist at a remote hotel gives up the ghost.
Who Killed Bambi? (Quién mató a Bambi?) (Country: Spain; Year: 2013; Director: Santi Amodeo; Writer: Santi Amodeo, Tony Dalton, Kristoff, Alejandro Lozano; Stars: Quim Gutiérrez, Úrsula Corberó, Belén Ponce de León, Antonio Estrada, Pedro Mari Sánchez, Julián Villagrán, Juan Fran Juárez, Cynthia Martín, José Ángel Egido, Sebastián Haro, Ernesto Alterio, Enrico Vecchi, Manolo Solo, Clara Lago, Juan Carlos Sánchez)
Farcical comedy sees a group of kidnappers get into trouble.

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