During the 1800s, Peru’s government sends 2 envoys to negotiate peace with the rebellious Incas but a treasure-hunter bandit shoots the Inca ruler and his son, leaving the 2 envoys to take the blame for it.
Pauli and his friend Daniel hop on their bikes and ride across the border to Mexico to try out a bar called Rosa’s Cantina, which happens to be next to the infamous El Diablo prison. Though some of the locals try to warn the two gringos away, Pauli unwisely insists on going in. In the course of the evening, he manages to start a fight with the many prison guards unwinding from work, and gets arrested.
This is the story of a twenty-five-year old man in a working-class district in Malaga whose family asks him to takes his father’s place on his death in other words they want him to become the father of the family. Carlos does not want to accept this role. So the only thing he can think of to get out of this situation is to lie. Carlos invents a job and each morning he puts on his father’s old suit and goes to this imaginary job. But to get the money his mother asks for he must add to the lie everyday. And the lie grows to such proportions that it becomes like a house of cards and it is just as flimsy.
Silvia, an adolescent, has made the most crucial decision in her life; to commit suicide. But before she does so, she makes it clear in her video-diary that she wishes to donate her organs. Carlos, a middle-aged man with uncertain work prospects and the responsibility of a family receives Silvia’s heart. Inés, blind from birth and cut off from the world around her receives her corneas, and Mateo, a lonely, misunderstood young man, her liver. Three anonymous people who receive Silvia’s gift, a new chance to live. What made Silvia take the decision to end her life? Why is this the solution she yearned for so much, the explanation to her existence and her freedom?
A sexually conflicted young man is hired to take care of two orphaned siblings in a remote seaside mansion, and soon realizes that the ghosts of two former servants are trying to possess the children.
A desperate group of people wait at a rundown Cuban transit station for the next bus to arrive. The problem is, it never shows up. While a number of busses pass by the station, and others that are either full or at the end of the line stop by, it soon becomes obvious that the bus everyone was waiting for has left them high and dry. While one of the would-be passengers, Emilio, uses his downtime to win the affections of the beautiful Jacqueline, most of the rest decide that if they’re stuck without anywhere to go, they might as well make the station a better place to wait, and they begin forming a plan to turn the decrepit bus terminal into a showplace that people would look forward to visiting.
First the atomic war broke out, new machines were made, dead birds appeared. In 1999 a biological warfare broke out, there were sandstorms and giant locust infestations; the human tissue was transformed and a new being, once legendary, now real, emerged: the vampire. Only Robert Neville, the last man on Earth, remains unpolluted, living in a constant struggle with the new inhabitants of the planet…
“Freaks” meets “X-Men” in this twisted, politically incorrect sci-fi satire from outlaw Spanish auteur Alex de la Iglesia (“The Day of the Beast”) and producer Pedro Almodovar. A band of handicapped and mutant terrorists attacking society’s standards of physical beauty kidnap a pretty socialite. The outlaws take her to a distant planet in hopes of getting big dough from her bakery tycoon father, but all hell breaks loose when they discover their leader has his own plans for the hostage and the ransom.