There is such a flawless execution here from Penélope Cruz: rich, shrewd, liberal her best since Almodóvar’s Volver. Without Cruz, this motion picture won’t not have signified as much. Be that as it may, with her clear nearness, it gleams and throbs.
Essayist chief Julio Medem has made an extremely passionate show; “weepie” does it an insult, as it did to the motion pictures of Douglas Sirk. Cruz plays Magda, an unemployed educator and single mum to a splendid high school kid called Dani (Teo Planell). Right now she finds she has bosom tumor Magda frames a delicate association with Arturo.