Synopsis: Five mothers cope with the drama that surrounds their gay sons at a mass wedding.
Genre: Comedy, Romance
107 min

Yes, it just came in.

Lovely roses.


- Hello, Nuria.

- Hugo!

- Here.

- Wow! You shouldn't have.

I had them, so you'd know who I was.

Last time we met, I had a beard.

- You look better without it.

- That's what your son says.

- How was your trip?

- Entertaining.

- There, there. Poor baby!

- Mom?

- Poor baby!

- Mom?

My ducky! My darling ducky!

I can't believe that you

brought your dog!

Who could I leave her with

in Buenos Aires?

What about a dog hotel?

I have no idea what they're like

in Buenos Aires!

To leave Marilina in one

would mean her death!

- No!

- When you're ready, ma'am.

You brought the entire household.

Your hair is lovely.

Come, sir, let's go.

My love! Have you lost weight?

So, this hotel was built

exclusively for gay guests?

Well, not exclusively.

- They take mothers, too.

- And dads.

Especially if they're good-looking.

- Welcome.

- Thanks.

- Do I have time for a bath?

- We have a 10 PM reservation.

Narciso must be leaving Brussels now.

You definitely look much better

without a beard.

If everything works out right,

we'll open three Mayerling hotels...

in the USA. New York, Miami

and San Francisco.

I should demand royalties.

I was your inspiration, right?

Your father and I thought

of opening up our hotels to gays...

when we were traveling in Mykonos.

You were very small.

We hadn't caught you in bed

with your English tutor yet.

- You are hateful sometimes, Mom.

- I don't know how to handle you.

Anyway, this will all be yours

when we go upstairs.

- Will he be here for the wedding?

- He won't miss it.

- He's meeting some Americans.

- Then he'll be here.

I'm sorry, we don't allow dogs.

I told you already!

And we told you that we are

related to the hotel's owners.


Miguel, take it easy. She's noisy,

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