Synopsis: One can’t choose relatives. Nor a great love either. “Meu Tio Matou Um Cara” (My Uncle Killed a Guy) is a young film, a romantic comedy and thriller in which Duca (Darlan Cunha), 15 years old, does all he can to prove the innocence of his uncle (Lázaro Ramos), jailed upon confessing having killed a guy. Duca is sure the uncle is taking upon himself the crime so as to keep free the girlfriend, Soraia (Deborah Secco), ex-wife of the deceased. And, amidst all this action, Duca still tries to conquer the heart of Isa (Sophia Reis), a school classmate who seems to be more interested in his best friend, Kid (Renan Gioielli). Duca involves both in the investigation and, in the end… well, one must see the film.
Synopsis: Raised as brothers, intense teammates and competitors on the soccer field - the gregarious, swaggering Julio (Eliu Armas) and the more wiry and focused Daniel "Gato" (Fernando Moreno) have remained virtually inseparable ever since the newborn Daniel was found abandoned in a trash heap in their La Ceniza slum. The opportunity of their lives arrives when a football scout invites them to tryout for the city's top professional team, just as a tragic act of violence threatens to tear them apart and prevent them from achieving their dreams.
Synopsis: Two desperate Mexican family men cross the border into the U.S. to build a better future for their families, only to discover they've done more harm than good by leaving their wives to fend for themselves under impoverished conditions. Santiago and Macario long to support their respective families, but find it difficult to do so living in a dead-end town. Convinced they would be more useful to their families if there were making money in the U.S., the two men take flight while vowing to return for them once they've found a way to earn a respectable living. Years later, that day has finally come. When Santiago and Macario return to their loved ones, however, they quickly discover that reclaiming the past will be a difficult endeavor since their wives have become accustomed to fighting for survival.
Synopsis: In the middle of poverty-stricken Ecuador, RATAS, RATONES, RATEROS is the story of Salvador, a young boy who gets involved in crime thanks to his cousin Angel, an ex-convict. Salvador looks for an easier life with Angel, but all he finds is destruction and pain.
Synopsis: Sebastian and Paula are the first two children to get lost in the subway in Santiago, Chile, during the seventies. Their lives will cross since then. Today, in the hectic transit of the city, immersed in their daily routines, they find each other’s path. Sebastian, raised in Madrid, is a cook, and Paula an unemployed secretary in search of herself. They both feel the attraction, but his journey will not end until they realize their true desires in life.
Synopsis: Among love promises and samba duels, the young singer and composer Noel Rosa evades the teachers, family and even police to live an intense life, saturated with monumental doses of liquor and cigarettes. Divided between three women, he circulates among radio stations and cabarets in Rio's Lapa borough, the brothels along the marshes, and the hills, until a disease, too strong for the medication of the time, comes to complicate his life.
Synopsis: This hilarious comedy tells the story of Toña and Paquita, the housekeepers for the aristocratic González-Dubois family. These domestic employees have been mistreated for quite some time and they are tired of their situation. So when the family plans a shopping trip to Miami, the maids have a plan of their own; to take control of the mansion. Unexpectedly, they will also discover a family secret.
Synopsis: Frank Moore (Herrera), an Hispanic American spy, travels to a small town in the Caribbean coastal area of Venezuela where he meets Venezzia (Rodriguez), the wife of a Venezuelan commander Enrique Salvatierra (Romero), and they both begin a romantic relationship which will make them forget the reality of a world at war.
Synopsis: Esperanza (Hope), a girl from Spain arrives to Ecuador to visit the country. Teresa, a girl from Ecuador who introduces herself as Sadness, joins Esperanza in her trip and expects to meet the love of her life on the way. Alone, in the middle of a National strike, both girls start a very interesting trip where they will learn a lot from each other, from Ecuador, but most especially about themselves.
Synopsis: Chano (Jorge Lavat), a retiree in his seventies, enrolls at a university to follow his long-deferred dream of studying literature and in the process he tears down the generational gap with a group of youngsters. In a clash of diverse customs and traditions, they share their hopes and dreams, overcoming the challenges of life, romance and friendship.