This TV-movie tells an invented continuation of the life of Santiago Rusiñol, a Catalan famous modernist painter and writer who abandoned his wife and sons to go to France and have a Bohemian life; he was 70 years old when he died in 1931.
In the movie, after his dead, Rusiñol spends other 70 years without nothing to do at the limbo as a punishment; then, he asks to come back to Earth in the present, even though times has changed.
Rusiñol is played by Juli Mira, a popular Catalan actor of theater; he is supported by Boris Ruiz, possibly the best actor of theater in Spain (famous for his brilliant performance as Clarín in "La vida es sueño"). The movie is entertaining, but it had to wake up a little more of interest, since the Catalan cinema is limited to this TV-movies and there aren't Catalan films on theaters.
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