This film is strange and quirky to a fault. It never manages to gain a cohesive narrative. That is not necessary when the individual scenes or ideas are strong independently. But the film is muddled here as well, leaving nothing to tie the viewer to the story. The film under explains why the characters are acting why they are, as though we should already know. The opening credits are also awkward and kitchy.
Three stories, three different directors, all interwoven together but completely unrelated to each other. So pretty much like three separate short films jumping back and forth from scene to scene to scene. Not the most successful of ventures overall, but each of them are at least interesting enough to keep your interest. The first two are funny in tone while the third is a serious one, which doesn't really work.
This was a fun movie. All three stories were fascinating - especially the woman who is in love with inanimate objects. In the story line with the people who suddenly portray weird social behavior, the scene where someone is being beaten in the street and the guy calls his mom to say hi will be ingrained in my memory...
The idea of blending three independent movies into one work of art is good, but it doesn't seem to be effective. The story of a woman who has sexual emotion with inanimal objects is the strongest stories among all, but like the other two, cinematic technique and sensibility are not well enough. By the way, this composition do give me a sense of rising new generation of film-makers in Spain.