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After her mother has died, Caroline befriends a woman who was looking after her mother, but events take a mysterious turn.
Exploration of love and sex after two people meet through a small ad.
Illegal immigrants in London become caught up in an organ replacement racket.
Two people from opposite ends of the social scale, both previously laid off from very different positions at the same company meet in the supermarket.
A young nobleman asks a peasant to help fake his own kidnapping.
Dark tale of an obsessive friend who imposes upon a family for psychopathic reasons.
Existential comedy told in four vignettes linked by a roadside cafe.
A lacquered beautician and an overstressed chef come together in the chaos of a crowded airport.
Living on the outskirts of Barcelona, Arnau raises a menagerie of songbirds and tries to accumulate the funds to hire a lawyer for his imprisoned mother.
A cynical advertising director finds himself trapped in the outrageous delusions of an old Spanish shoe-maker who believes himself to be Don Quixote.
The tragedy of a devoted servant of God whose very righteousness leads him on the path to damnation.
A chance encounter leads to obssession.
Four incarnations of a character who is a mistress of reinvention.
In the midst of the Spanish Civil War, a lonely girl encounters a mysterious faun.
A man helps a child fly a kite and tells him a story.
A friendship begins to blossom between a stressed chauffeur and his aloof client.
Story of two ordinary people who go on to have a most extraordinary child.
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