Following up from his award-winning DarkBlueAlmostBlack and Cousinhood, director Daniel Sánchez Arévalo brings us a vibrant, funny and tender offering, led by an all-star cast including Miquel Fernández, Antonio de la Torre, and Quim Gutiérrez.
Ever since Efraín (Patrick Criado), the youngest of 5 brothers, was 10 years old, all he wanted to do was get married to Carla (Arantxa Marti) at his family ranch – a ranch that his father has not returned to since his wife left him many years before.
Now that day has arrived and the entire family is excited, not only about the wedding, but also because Spain is playing in the World Cup Soccer Championship finals in South Africa. But when the father (Hector Colomé) has a serious heart angina during the ceremony, the wedding is delayed for his treatment. While the entire country (including the waiting wedding guests) is absorbed by the game, family mayhem ensues, inclusive of scandalous confessions, staged robberies, lost rings, and wedding day indecisiveness. Emotional highs and lows are generously delivered in this spirited comedy making it unquestionably a film all audiences will enjoy.