Today I come to tell you about a Spanish film by paco knight. This is Where Two Fit, comedy with a screenplay by Knight Paco, Daniel Gonzalez, Eric Navarro and Eduardo Sol.
What is the film about
On any given night, we find different people living experiences related to sex: a couple stuck in a rut wants to try something new, a young man disillusioned with his last relationship looking for a way out, a desperate girlfriend when she wakes up after her bachelorette party and has to go back. back to find the engagement ring, two cousins who haven’t seen each other in years meet again for one night, a group of friends wanting to try it on… and I don’t know if I’m missing any of the stories that don’t intertwine in this movie and that has the swinger club as the nexus of union where there are no prejudices and the only objective is to enjoy.
In the film we find a long choral cast with names like: Ernesto Alterio, Raul Arevalo, Luis Callejo, Ana Castillo, Pilar Castro, Alvaro Cervantes, Carlos Cuevas, Veronica Echegui, Miki Esparbe, Ricardo Gomes, Maria Leon, Melina Mateus, Ana Milan,
Review of Where Two Fit In
The film interested me a priori and I decided to see it because I knew it would appear Ana Castillo… I know I’m very basic. And when I saw him I found he had a lot of good things, like photography, I love how they play with the neon lights whenever they are inside the club. The performances of the entire cast are very solid and some even stand out a lot.
The problem these types of movies often have is that it’s difficult to keep up the pace and attention, especially when not all stories are equally interesting, so it’s possible that it ends up getting boring. I especially like the story of glory hole Where Álvaro Cervantes s Ricardo Gómez ‘splits’ two great interpretations, with that physical and mental wall that separates them.
In short, with Donde fit Dois you have fun, have funny moments and never get too intense. To think that everything revolves around sex, it seems to me, or at least that’s my impression, that everything is shown quite elegantly, without falling into gross and morbid (or not very morbid, at least) scenes. And the film’s message is clear: let’s break established prejudices, let’s set aside the morality they impose on us and enjoy. May everyone be free to experience sex as they wish. And, let’s not kid ourselves, it sounds like a perfect message to me.