Life Marks / La vida mancha (2003) Enrique Urbizu, May Pascual, Gabriel Moreno, Alfonso Torregrosa, Drama

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Fito, a truck driver, and Juana, an administrative assistant, live under the heavy pressure of the debts he has to pay off. After ten years of absence, during which he has remained silent, Pedro, his elder brother, shows up in Madrid, freshly arrived from England and eager to spend some time there with the excuse of re-establishing the brotherly ties and settling an account from the past. However, we assume he has more down-to-earth and darker motives, like erasing his own footsteps to prevent being tracked down by the police and by his accomplices in the diamond-dealing business. While Fito muddles through life and tries to make money outside the household, Pedro gracefully takes on his role by looking after his son, Jon, while a powerful attraction appears between him and Juana.

Life Marks (2003)

IMDB – 4 wins

DVDRip | MKV | 704 x 376 | x264 @ 1650 Kbps | 102 min | 1,44 Gb
Audio: Spanish AC3 5.1 @ 256 Kbps | Subs: English (embedded in MKV + idx/sub)
Genre: Drama

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