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A man struggles with family, money and the law in this multi-layered drama from Spanish filmmaker J.A. Salgot. Marc (Ariel Casas) dabbles in the real estate market, but he earns most of his money dealing drugs, while his wife Tes (Silvia Marso) has a job with a successful advertising and marketing firm. When Marc's mother dies suddenly, he opens his doors to his father Alberto (Joan Dalmau), who has been diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease. As Marc tries to come to terms with his father's mortality and deteriorating mental state, he has troubles of his own; he's deep in debt to drug wholesaler Rosario (Ana Fibla), who has sent his henchman Rafa (Jordi Sanchez) to collect. Also, Marc's relationship with his teenage daughter Carla (Susana Fawaz) has become distant, and the girl longs for guidance after watching a handful of her friends set fire to a homeless man while they were high on drugs. Myway received its American premiere at the 2008 Santa Barbara Film Festival as part of a program of new Latin cinema. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi