Two lovers have romantic anonymous sex in the moonlit waters of the Mediterranean. The tormented Lorenzo tries to escape from the horror of the death by writing about it as he slowly falls apart; Lucia innocently reads what he writes, believing it to be fiction. In so many words she declares her love and asks if they can move in together.
Visually, pic is a treat, with lenser Kiko de la Rica taking the kinds of risks with lighting and angles that are associated with Medem to sometimes over-the-top effect: Use of handheld, hi-def digital video, plus natural light, helps to create an intimate docu feel: Score is strangely old-fashioned, at odds with the hi-tech visuals. Two lovers have romantic anonymous sex in the moonlit waters of the Mediterranean. Medem is such a good storyteller that he never lets you get lost. In fact, he has not. They are a handsome happy couple and they seem indomitable and inseparable. There are two new women in his life: Without contacting Elena, Lorenzo starts sneaking peeks at his daughter at a playground. Subscribe to Variety Today. Film has split crix at home, where strong marketing has generated excellent B. Their early relationship is marked by frequent bouts of playful sex. But there is enough happening, both onscreen and between the lines, to guarantee pic is never merely stylish. A flashback shows their meeting six years earlier, a comic and, incredibly, plausible scene which has Lucia telling Lorenzo, despite not knowing him, that she has fallen in love with him through his fiction. There is also an interesting pattern of interference in the wave: They agree not to tell each other their names, just a few pieces of fragmentary information. It would be a shame for him to waste it. Except for a couple of opening scenes, each scene always some connection with a known point of reference. Perfs are very watchable across the board. When new connections are made it feels like a reward. Flash forward to six years in the future. In so many words she declares her love and asks if they can move in together. Devastated, Lucia heads for the idyllic Mediterranean island where he used to go to write. The tormented Lorenzo tries to escape from the horror of the death by writing about it as he slowly falls apart; Lucia innocently reads what he writes, believing it to be fiction. Back in the present, Lucia meets scuba-diver Carlos Daniel Freire , who lives with Elena in her beach house, and soon Lucia and Elena are face to face, each ignorant that Lorenzo links them. Medem has admitted the flexibility of shooting on DV allowed him just to let the camera run, which also makes some scenes just too long. Judicious pruning of some sexually explicit detail may be necessary in some territories.
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