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The Tomatometer is 59% or lower.
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Seven pairs of people exchange a variety of thoughts, feelings, and concerns in this comedy-drama from Spain. Pepa (Antonia San Juan) wants her lover Teo (Sergi Lopez) to tell her that he loves her, only to be disappointed. Newly single Jorge (Antonio Resines) calls to have the water put in his name at his new apartment, only to discover that the customer service representative is his ex-wife Laura (Fedra Lorente). Angel (Roberto Alvarez) is about to receive a liver transplant when he receives a visit from Mercedes (Adriana Ozores), wife of the deceased donor -- who wants to say goodbye to the liver. Benito (Jorge Alcazar) and Jacinto (Felix Alvarez) discuss life at Boy Scout camp. Teenaged Susi (Diana Cerezo) confides to her best friend Virgi (Melany Belena) that she might be pregnant. Street sweepers Milagros (Geli Albaladejo) and Rosario (Elvira Lindo) find an abandoned infant and wonder if they should keep it. And Elke (Marta Fernandez-Muro) visits Cuba to see her significant other, Cari (Lucrecia). Ataque Verbal reunites much of the cast and crew from director Miguel Albaladejo's first film, 1999's surprise success Manolito Gafotas. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi