Baires

Synopsis: Matthew and Trini are on a romantic vacation in Argentina. Their trip turns into a nightmare, when they are kidnapped by a gang of drug traffickers. Criminals require Matthew carry a shipment of cocaine to Spain and are left with Trini as a hostage and guarantee that Matthew will deliver the drugs. Once he has completed their mission, the traffickers promise Matthew that Trini will be on the next flight to Madrid.
 
IMDB:
4.0
Year:
2015
82 min
8 Views

Thanks.

No, I checked. It wasn't there.

But... I don't know...

I looked for it three times.

- Honeymoon?

- No, vacation.

But... you are married.

No. Maybe someday.

Beware, both love and Buenos Aires

can be dumbfounding.

If you are dumb enough, you can be fooled.

Have a great time. Come on, darling.

Did he say that because of me?

- Hi.

- Welcome.

- Hello.

- Did you have a reservation?

I have a million things here.

- Not bad.

- It's nice.

- Do you like it?

- I do.

I'm exhausted.

- Well...

- What about going a for a walk?

First, I'd like to take a bath

a change my clothes.

I mean, relax. OK?

- OK? OK?

- No!

- Come on!

- Come here, come here.

I'll ask the waitress

about a nice tango place.

We'd better ask at the hotel.

They'll send us to a tourist place.

I'd like a real place. I don't know...

something with a local image...

OK.

You've lost today, kid. Come in.

Be careful with bags

and cellphones on the table.

Thank you so much.

This is my girlfriend, Trini.

- He's Sub-commissioner Bonano.

- Nacho.

- Hi.

- At your service.

Thanks, Nacho.

Here, if you snooze, you lose.

You have to pay attention.

It's a tourist area,

there are a lot of people...

You're right. Thanks.

I heard you like tango.

Yes, I'd love to see a good tango show.

- Call me and I'll give you one.

- Really?

- Yes.

- Well, thanks.

- Let me pay for your coffee.

- No, no. No way.

Just enjoy.

Lovely, right?

- Buenos Aires is beautiful.

- I was talking about you.

- I love you.

- I love you.

- Are you done with everything?

- Yes.

Thank goodness

I'm done with the paperwork.

It was really...

a nice excuse to come here.

Yes. I'd like to live here.

Really? Live here?

Six months here during summer

and six months in Spain.

Also during summer.

OK.

- You have to work to do that.

- Yes.

- And what about the kids?

- What kids?

- We don't have kids.

- What do you mean?

- We'll have kids.

- In the future.

- I want to have kids.

- When?

Right now. Say yes.

This nose, this mouth...

this leg...

- Let's go to our room.

- What?

Let's go to our room.

OK, that's great. OK.

No. There's no need for that.

Really, Nacho, don't worry.

Yes, I'll take a taxi and meet you there.

Give me the address.

What time should we be there?

Ten? OK, great.

We'll meet you there at 10.

I'll tell her. See you.

Honey, I don't want

to go out with a cop we don't know.

Don't be prejudiced.

It doesn't matter he's a cop.

They aren't very well thought of here.

We met him,

he seems like a nice guy. It's OK.

- Go take a bath.

- I already have. In the jacuzzi.

Go take a bath!

Here.

I want you to keep this.

This is beautiful, honey.

But it belongs to your family.

Now you are my family.

- Let's dance.

- No, honey.

- I'll stay here.

- Why?

- I don't feel like it.

- I'll teach you.

- I feel too embarrassed to dance.

- Me too, but...

- Come on.

- No, no, no.

- Come on, I'll teach you.

- No. I don't want to.

If I stand up,

anybody will ask me to dance.

- Who will ask you for a dance?

- That happens here.

- No way. Kiss me and...

- You'll dance.

OK.

- Is that even a kiss?

- Come on. Let's go.

- Wonderful. Very stylish.

- Nice.

Great.

- Did you like it?

- I loved it.

You don't find a place like this

in Barcelona.

- Thanks.

- You're welcome.

How old were you when you left?

I was five when I left.

My parents

wrapped everything up and we left

to bum around the world.

My grandma stayed here

and she visited us a few times.

I settled in Barcelona,

and I met this girl from Buenos Aires.

The love of my life.

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