Ane’s life takes a turn when a bouquet of flowers is delivered to her house every week. Always at the same time and always anonymously. Lourdes and Tere’s lives are also affected by some mysterious flowers. A stranger leaves a weekly bouquet in memory of someone important in their lives. This is the story of three women, three lives altered by the mere presence of bouquets of flowers. Flowers that will make feelings blossom inside them that had seemed long forgotten… But in the end, they are nothing more than flowers.
Directed by Jose Mari Goenaga, Jon Garano
In Basque (Spanish) with English Subtitles
MPAA Rating: Unrated
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"Gorgeously shot by Javi Agirre Erauso;...it has rich roles for, and splendid performances by, its three principal actresses."
"A poetic meditation on love, pain and memory, all expressed through the metaphor of cut flowers."
"Directors Jon Garaño and Jose Mari Goenaga have said they were aiming for a cross between Hitchcock and Kieslowski, which is a perfect way to describe this lovely film's enthralling pull."
"Elegantly lensed and warm-hearted to the core, without getting sappy....An affecting story of loss and the ways people cope. The three lead actresses, beautifully cast, form just enough of a contrast to each other to create extratextual tension while maintaining a high degree of sympathy."