- Director: Richard García; Raúl Portero
- Writer: Richard García; Raúl Portero
- Producer: Pau Brunet; Richard García; Ángeles Hernández
Seriously [and we mean seriously] dull and totally depressing.
It's only 70 minutes [too] long...and, next-to-nothing happens in the first 10 minutes...the remaining 60: next-to-nothing happens!
Here's a [stalker-ish] charmless man who has been dumped...can't accept it...leaves a multitude of telephone messages...and, travels to the Arctic Circle to reclaim his 'love' - well, if he's f83ked off to the Arctic Circle...he - really [and we mean really] wants NOTHING more to do with you!
However, the straw that mutilated this camel's back came with the line: I feel like my heart is an hotel...an hotel that you can leave without saying goodbye...
Oooh somewhat reminiscent of a certain Hotel California - well, we checked out at this point and nothing/no-one could stop us from leaving!
But...wait...we went back and actually saw this through to the end [whatever possessed us!]...the final 10 minutes were even worse than the first.
You cannot possibly expect an audience to pay for a film...when the production values [and talent] are lower than a collapsed tent!
AND...billed as a comedy/drama?!? That's the funniest thing about it!
After breaking up with Norberto who ran away to Iceland, Bruno wants to find him. Arnau, a local tour guide in Reykjavik, will enroll in his quixotic search. Their trip will become a grieving process until they reach the remote island of Grimsey. There, Bruno will have to learn what love really means in order to move on with his life.