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.
82 min


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...


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.


- 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!


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.


- Is that even a kiss?

- Come on. Let's go.

- Wonderful. Very stylish.

- Nice.


- 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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