Julia and Moises fell in love and got married when they were young, idealistic, and passionate; now in their 30s, their marriage has cooled and their lives have sunken into the mediocrity they had sought to avoid. This realization inspires a quest to regain the lost dreams of their youth, which is complicated when a handsome student begins to pursue Julia. She begins an affair with the fiery young activist that may just put the excitement back into her marriage. This is a funny and insightful exploration of the intricacies of relationships, love, and idealism, and Jesus Ochoa as Moises turns in a stellar performance.
Julia (Lisa Owen) is a 30-something college professor who longs for the passion and idealism she and her husband Moises (Jesus Ochoa) once had. But the only thing that he notices besides his job is football. The stakes get even higher for her, though, when she is more than tempted by Ricardo (Jorge Poza), a sexy environmental activist, who opposes an apartment building Moises' company plans to build. In this entertaining romantic comedy, it's anybody's guess until the very end who gets the girl-and the last laugh.
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