During the marihuana bonanza, a violent decade that saw the origins of drug trafficking in Colombia, Rapayet and his indigenous family get involved in a war to control the business that ends up destroying their lives and their culture.
Daniel (Roberto Enríquez), Ana (Natalia Millán), and their little boy, Manuel (Kevin Almodóvar), travel from Madrid to a resort on the Costa Brava for the summer. Ana runs into Marta (Irene Montalà of L'Auberge Espagnole), a local shopgirl whom she's met on previous visits. Marta introduces Ana to her cousin, Robert (David Selvas), who runs an antique shop. Robert is immediately attracted to Ana. Marta tells him that Ana is happily married, and confesses that she has a crush on Ana's husband, Daniel. Robert, intrigued, makes a pact with Marta. Robert will help Marta seduce Daniel if she will help Robert seduce Ana. One night, the cousins cunningly arrange to separate the couple, and some serious flirtation ensues. While Marta, casually dates a local surfer, Tomás (Roger Casamajor), begins to have second thoughts, Robert grows more obsessed with the couple. He befriends Daniel and peppers him with questions about the strength of his nine-year marriage.
A father in financial problems takes his son on vacation as he tries to solve his life.
Typical Spanish comedy of the seventies set in Benidorm, the famous coastal town of Alicante where numerous families come to spend the summer. It tells the travel arrangements and incidents that occur before arriving to the apartments as well as the return of working husbands to the city, once the families have settled on the beach, and their unsuccessful attempts to flirt while alone
Carlos is a university professor married 25 years, with whom he thinks is the woman of his life. Estela discover infidelity, his wife, his life crumbles and begins a new stage as a lonely man disappointed in his past.
During one hot summer day, little things happen to the visitors and workers of an old thermal resort in southern Chile. Julieta, Francisco, Isa, Rodrigo, Ignacio, Mariana, Muriel, Gabriela, Eliseo, Norma, Alejandra and Claudio experience the long vacation hours in nature, sleeping in the sun, learning how to drive, cleaning the house, kissing for the first time, swimming at night or just walking and talking, while the day slowly unravels into small fragments of happiness and discovery.
This multinational crime action film also boasts an international cast. During his childhood, a boy (Chris Mitchum) sees four men drown his father; now, the grown young man makes it his business to kill each member of the foursome. His last killing presents him with some challenges, as his victim is only wounded. He kidnaps the man's daughter (Claudine Auger) and goes to a hideout. In the meantime, an ex-cop (Karl Malden) has been tracking them down.
Cano, an obsessed man, comes back to the summer house where his girlfriend Sara disappeared, to recreate the last week they spent together.
Four young people come to Mallorca to enjoy idyllic summer holidays, but delving into the most inhospitable places on the island will begin a hellish journey.
During the Mexican Revolution, Beatriz's body is discovered by some kids. The police began to investigate the history of Beatriz.
Julieta and Federico are parents of three boys, it is a high class family. He is a successful architect. They receive the visit of Tito, uncle of Federico, a gray man who has just left the prison. Tito wants to go to the sea and Federico proposes to go to a house that he himself built for some friends, but Federico stays in the city, working.
"Jorge Grau's first feature film, shot in glorious black and white in 1962, this Spanish-Italian coproduction is in many ways related to Antonioni's "La Notte". Both films speak about the impairing ability to communicate as well as the desire and impossibility to establish a relationship, and a party as background scenery. Where Antonioni's film depicts a luxurious party in Milan, Grau's version portraits the gathering of several characters with no expectations on the night of the sommer solistice in Barcelona."
This sunny pop-music piece by the multimedia artist and designer celebrates Mediterranean summers.
The bride Claudia spends his first marriage night with the sponsor of her wedding, because in the intoxication of the celebration were confused. The husband comes the next morning, but the sponsor does not give way. Discussed and then put the first deadly traps to the second, in which error always falls the same.
The story of a group of teenagers heading to a big ol' house that is owned by an old relative. They want to spend a nice Summer weekend there swimming in the pool, playing pranks on each other, and contact the supernatural via a Ouija board. It's all fun & games till people start getting killed. Could it be someone in the house committing these horrible murders? Or is it something supernatural doing it??
Comedy about a family of Gran Canaria island that shown in a "situation totally on edge" and reflects the way to be the canaries, as its author.
Patricia is guide of a travel agency. One night, when accompanying a group of tourists through the old Madrid, she meets Carlos and falls for him. Days later, Patricia embarks on a summer cruise meeting up again with Carlos. The romance begins, but Patricia is not the only one chasing Carlos. Three villains want to kidnap him
Verano azul was a famous Spanish television show directed by Antonio Mercero that first aired in 1981. It tells of the adventures of a group of youngsters between ages 9 and 17, while on summer vacation in Nerja, a small town on the Mediterranean Costa del Sol, Andalusia, in Southern Spain. The series, with 19 episodes that drew up to 20 million viewers in Spain, has been re-run almost every summer since then. It has left a deep impact over several generations of viewers and has become part of Spain's common cultural memory. It was also broadcast in Latin America, Portugal, France and some Slavic countries like Yugoslavia, Bulgaria, Poland and Czechoslovakia. The show was produced by the Spanish state broadcaster TVE, and it was originally broadcast on its then main channel TVE1 from October 11, 1981 to February 14, 1982.
Verano de amor is a Mexican telenovela produced by Televisa. It is a remake of a famous Argentine telenovela, Verano del 98, adapted for the Mexican audience. The soap opera premiered on February 9, 2009, replacing the completed series Juro que te amo. Verano de amor aired in the United States on Univision. Verano de Amor became a phenomenon of cyberspace, the melodrama produced by Pedro Damian became the most watched on the internet to receive about 350 thousand visitors on your website, followers of Mexico, USA, Brazil, Spain, Colombia and Argentina. In Slovenia, Verano de Amor was broadcast by Kanal A and secured second place of the top programs with the highest audience of the channel. According to the magazine TVyNOTAS, Verano de Amor was the second most watched program in the afternoons on all U.S. Hispanic Broadcasters during your broadcast by Univision.
Verano del '98 is an Argentine telenovela, produced by Cris Morena. It was broadcast on Telefe television in the period January 12, 1998-November 17, 2000. The telenovela had three seasons, and changed its cast many times. Cris Morena also composed songs for Verano del '98 soundtrack.
El Grand Prix del verano is a Spanish TV program created by Francesco Bosserman and produced by Europroducciones. It had broadcast by TVE 1 in 1995-2005, but since 2007 is broadcast by some channels of the FORTA group. Is the longest running game show in Spain with 15 years on air.
Oscar and Hedgehog are dropped off at a strange summer camp, full of fantastical things ranging from magical camp counselors to sticky notes that are portals to other dimensions.
Molly Pargeter is a forty-something wife and mother of three girls, who leads a stable but dull life in 1980s West London. She feels overweight and there is no passion in her relationship with her husband Hugh, who is secretly seeing other woman. For most of her life she has found escape in detective novels and books on art, especially about the fifteenth century Italian fresco painter Piero Della Francesca. Then in a newspaper's small ads Molly sees the details of a villa in Tuscany, Italy to let and after travelling to Italy to view the villa "La Felicita" she decides to take it for the family's August holiday.
Three year's previously Min-woo lost his first love in a tragic accident. As he struggles on with life he meets Hae-won who reminds him of his lost love but is racked with emotion and confusion as his feelings for these two women become intertwined. Unbeknownst to the florist Hae-won she has received her heart transplant and a second chance at life from Min-woo's first love. When the two cross paths Hae-won notices her unusual heart beat. Nobody knew it was her heart that remembered and beats strong for her lost love Min-woo. As Hae-won starts falling in love with Min-woo soon the conflict erupts between the lovely florist and her fiance Jung-jae.
Palermo, 1979. The Giammarresi are a normal family — father, mother, a ten year old son and a daughter of sixteen — struggling with the problems of everyday life. Seemingly ordinary problems, oh, and the Cosa Nostra, the Sicilian Mafia. Inspired by Pierfrancesco “Pif” Diliberto's film.