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Emilio Martínez Lázaro
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At her 39 years old, Paz is a Madrilenian woman which life is on the verge of a nervous collapse: in her work in a marketing company she is constantly humiliated by her boss Borja, son of the previous owner and an unqualified man younger than Paz who only thinks in having sex with all his women employers that in addition hires Alicia (a famous twenty-something Internet influencer) to work as Paz's supervisor; Paz's best friend and gym teacher Vanessa is completely obsessed with her ex-boyfriend, looking him in dating Apps and social networks in the cell phone, ignoring to her friend all the times; Paz's sister Bea is a crazy cat lady who organize feasts for other cat ladies, caring extremely to her pet and asking Paz to care the cat a few days mean she travels to a meeting of an activist group by the rights of the cats; Paz's upstairs neighbor Kiko lives in a never-ending and noisy party in his house, making Paz can't sleep a single night easy and quietly; Paz's boyfriend Dante is an ...Written by
The car the lead character drives is an unsual car to see in Spain as of 2018, being a fully electric vehicle (BMW i3). See more »
I want you two to work together. I'm so excited! I think it's gonna be great, I want you two to run things by each other, supervise each other's work... you
[points at paz]
being the 'each', and her
[points at Alicia]
being the 'other'
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(AKA No Filter) Not to be confused with Sin Filtro
DIRECTOR: Santiago Segura CAST: Maribel Verdú
An attractive, intelligent high-achieving 39 year old woman has allowed herself to be beaten down by the whole catastrophe of modern life. With a boss who humiliates her, a husband who ignores her, a stepson who doesn't respect her, and a best friend who doesn't listen to her, Paz finally has had enough. When she refuses more calming medication and takes a herb to lessen her anxiety about traffic, tradies, social media and the rest, she finds her assertiveness quickly and dramatically changes her life. Without the usual filters of long-suffering, self effacement and diplomacy, Paz emerges from the repressive rat-race and moves toward regaining her independence and a better life.
No Filter is a great comic story for our time with the strong ring of dramatic authenticity. Played by Spain's #1 female star, Maribel Verdú (Blancanieves, Y Tu Mama Tambien etc) the character of Paz is an empowered, liberated and inspiring heroine. This neat film is entertaining for all and life affirming, especially for the girls.
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