Alicia and Vero are room watchmen in an art gallery and only see each other during shift change. A work of art will test their feelings.
In the middle of nowhere, along a secondary road, a small old gas station interrupts the arid countryside. Its owner is José, a man of about fifty years marked by the tragic death of his wife.
Diego, a hopeless romantic desperately trying to salvage his relationship with long time girlfriend Sofía, plans a beach getaway to propose and clear the air. A casual encounter with Sofía's old friend Malena will cast doubts on his relationship and skewed understanding of love, quickly turning a perfect weekend in paradise into Diego's worst nightmare.
Just another Sunday afternoon in the life of a couple...
Buenos Aires, Argentina. A luxurious van is parked on the sidewalk. A man enters with the purpose of stealing whatever he can find, but when he wants to leave, he cannot. The doors do not open, the control panel does not respond: the van has become an armored box and he is trapped like a mouse.
Two men, each with serious problems with your partner, match in a Chinese restaurant. They agree on a plan, one to avenge her lover, the other to recover some diamonds that are held by his ex-wife. The complicity of the two men is shattering, and the result of the plan is far from which traced.
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Pelotas is a Spanish tragicomedy television series created by José Corbacho and Juan Cruz, set in Hospitalet de Llobregat, a suburb of Barcelona. It was broadcast on La 1, the primary channel of Televisión Española, between 23 February 2009 and 7 June 2010. The series is based around the lives of local Unión Fútbol Club supporters.
The series focuses about orphans living in a manor, known as Rincón de Luz, where they're guided by a young woman that represents a maternal figure for them.
While investigating the disappearance of a teen girl in a tight-knit Galician town, a Civil Guard officer uncovers secrets linked to a loss of her own.