Taekwondo

Synopsis: A man invites another guy he trains with to spend some time in his country house among other male friends.
Genre: Comedy, Drama
 
IMDB:
6.5
UNRATED
Year:
2016
112 min
88 Views


That's Juancho.

The house is huge.

Yeah, it wasn't this big

when I was a kid.

The last things they built

were the rooms upstairs

and in the back,

the sauna, Jacuzzi

the massage room.

- Wow! That's great!

- It's amazing. Very relaxing.

At one point

my dad set up a spa

and a rehabilitation center

for smokers.

That's great.

Yeah, a group of people would

come here and stay for a week

and they'd stop smoking.

- A tennis court and pool.

- That's great!

Two of them came

on Saturday night...

Maxi, the blond, and Tomi.

They're sleeping there.

And there's Diego.

Fede! Is everything alright?

- What's up?

- I'm Germn. Nice to meet you.

How are you?

Did you sleep well?

Yeah, but I went to sleep late.

We stayed up late.

I was really stoned.

Lucho and Maxi were wasted.

We were laughing our heads off.

We ended up in the pool.

And Juan, who was wasted too,

threw Diego into the pool.

- No! He must've been pissed.

- Yeah, with his clothes on.

I think he even had

his cell phone on him.

No way!

Yeah, I think he did,

because of how pissed off he was.

Yeah, he was furious.

I went away.

I didn't want any trouble.

That's a typical day here.

Yeah, that's true.

Do you want mate or coffee?

I'm going to show him the room

and then we'll come downstairs.

Alright.

Hey, man, put on

some swim trunks or something.

This guy goes around naked all day.

Nice to meet you.

Hi, what's up?

- Hi, Germn.

- How are you? Diego.

Is everything alright?

I went to take a dump upstairs because

the other bathroom's full of puke.

There too?

Lucho threw up before going to sleep

and it's still there...

pieces of carrot and everything.

And I told you to come here

to relax for a few days,

but that doesn't seem to be the plan

for this weekend.

Did you come by train?

Yeah, the trip was amazing.

I loved it.

- Yeah, I came on that train too.

- I never came on that train.

- They say it's great.

- Yeah.

- Did you guys have breakfast?

- No, but Fede's making some mate.

I'm going to show him his room

and then we'll come down

for breakfast.

- Okay?

- Okay! great?

Thanks.

- What are you eating, Fatso?

- An egg. I was hungry.

What's up?

I just had an awesome lucid dream.

Yeah?

- What does "lucid" mean?

- That it's real. It's very real.

What did you dream?

I was in Tigre, at my sister's house,

next to the river.

I don't know what I was doing,

or who I was with, but I was there.

And?

Everything was the same,

the house, the grill in the backyard.

I don't know why I went inside

and went up the stairs.

I went up three floors.

But I think

it's a one-story house.

- What?

- I think it's a one-story house.

And when I got to the terrace,

the water was at the level

of the balcony.

There was a lot of water.

It was as if there were a waterfall

a hundred yards away.

Yeah.

But I had gone up two floors

so there couldn't be water

on both levels,

So then I realized it was a dream.

And whenever I realize that,

I feel like having sex...

so I started walking,

knowing I could wake up any minute.

I passed a bridge.

I went inside this place with bars,

like a nightclub.

And I started making out

with the first chick I saw.

I took off her clothes,

I started sucking her tits

and her p*ssy really hard.

And the chick just stood there.

You know like in dreams when

the characters suddenly stop moving?

- Yeah, that's weird.

- Yeah.

And at one point,

her p*ssy started getting sandy...

and... bam! I got up.

I opened my eyes and looked at

the ceiling. I thought "Damn it!"

But it was cool while it lasted.

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Marco Berger

Marco Berger is an Argentine film director and screenwriter born December 8, 1977. He studied at the Universidad del Cine in Buenos Aires and made his directorial debut in 2007 with the short films Última voluntad and El reloj. His first feature film was Plan B, which was presented on a number of film festivals (Buenos Aires, Rome, London). But it was with the film Ausente (English title Absent) that he won "Best feature film" for what the judging committee said was "an original screenplay, an innovative aesthetic and a sophisticated approach, which creates dynamism. A unique combination of homoerotic desire, suspense and dramatic tension." more…

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