His character drives the movie and is full of amusing surprises while Cruz does her thing, which works a lot better in Spanish than English, in my view. It is a very over the top think every stereotype of the telenovela that has ever been shown a US tv show lampooning Mexican or Spanish soap operas. The plot set up in the beginning of the movie, which had potential, breaks down as a result of the plethera of random hook-ups, many implausible, and by the time Silvia makes out with her fiance's father, one is just too wierded out to care. Lots of unpredictable liasons develop that may be immoral but if taken as a satirical romp quite funny and entertaining as opposed to shocking. The story and dialog is quintessentially spanish and may not resonate fully in English, but the ending is Penelope Cruze and Javier Bardem. It was definitely when I began loathing the fact that I would never be as handsome and casualally masculine as Javier Bardem. His parents, who run a successful underwear business, dissaprove of their son marrying the daughter of a prostitute. Like a potato omelette "tortilla de patatas".
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