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Alex and Hugo are a young couple who had been together for a little more than six months. One Friday night, when they arrive at Alex's flat, they will discuss some pending issues about their relationship sexual roles. What seems to start as a simple discussion will become something more serious exposing some important issues about the necessary things needed to make a relationship work.
...and its serious problem. Good performances, nice story, a delicate subject used in decent manner, the fine use of tension and the mark of Ochoa. Nothing remarkable but nice, first because it is explored an ordinary question not different for many other couples, second for the wise exposion of different sides of the confrontation between characters and, sure, for the reasonable end . A good short film about a significant aspect of near reality.
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