Gainesville, Florida - 2013 Latino Film Festival Synopsis: Many stories are intertwined in a neighborhood of the big city. The fear of solitude of Mariano and Conchi, two retired persons; the hope and sadness of Raquel, a middle aged woman living her love through Internet; the uncertain future of Cesar and Opo; or Lolo discovering that there is more in his life than his bar through his relation with Mao, the new chef… the life of a working-class neighborhood in a script full of tenderness, comedy and bitterness.

Genre: Comedy, Drama
Rated: Adult content

Dir. José Corbacho, Juan Cruz
Spain/Argentina/Mexico 2005
92 MIN.
Spanish w/ English Subtitles

Saturday, Sept. 14
@ 2:00 pm
Harn Museum of Art / Chandler Auditorium
3259 Hull Road / Gainesville, Florida

Sunday, Oct. 15
@ 2:00 pm
Newberry Branch Library
110 South Seaboard Drive / Newberry, Florida
Introduction by Elisabet Liminyana-Vico
Sponsored by: UF Department of Spanish and Portuguese Studies