Cool Spanish Movies with High Ratings and Great Actors

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Penelope Cruz in Volver
Penélope Cruz in Volver

Exquisite and interesting Spanish movies, with a cup of tea or a glass of wine, will brighten up any evening at home. Today we will discuss not necessarily the most popular but still very good foreign films that will touch your soul.

Resting at home will help you relax, fill you with positive emotions and thoughts and put you in the right mood to visit the online casino then sit back and enjoy watching Penélope Cruz in Volver, Rachel Weisz in Agora as well as the rest of the featured films in our list.

Unconscious (2004) aka Inconscientes

Stars: Leonor Watling, Luis Tosar, Alex Brendemühl
Director: Joaquín Oristrell

A psychiatrist famous throughout Barcelona goes on a business trip to Vienna to study the results of research and the work of the legendary Sigmund Freud. At home psychiatrist Dr. Leon Pardo is expecting the arrival of his wife Alma, who is due to shortly give birth. However, upon returning to her hometown, the main character does not recognize her husband at all. Alma finds Leon in tears, sobbing for some unknown reason. The man says that he wants to leave the sinful world, leaving all his problems, friends, and family. Without saying another word, Leon runs out of the house without taking anything with him. The girl is left alone in confusion and a stupor. More information can be found here.

Agora (2009)

Stars: Rachel Weisz, Max Minghella, Oscar Isaac
Director: Alejandro Amenábar

The film is based on the life story of one of the most famous and beautiful women in the Roman Empire, the Greek philosopher Hypatia. Throughout the film, the director shows us the tragedy and passion of her love, the discoveries of the past years (the action takes place in the fifth century AD), and the stupidity and hatred of people and the church towards scientists. And no matter how exciting the plot is (and it will not leave anyone bored during the 126 minutes of the film), the finale is still tragic. More information on Agora can be found here.

Volver (2006)

Stars: Penélope Cruz, Carmen Maura, Lola Duenas
Director: Pedro Almodovar

This is one of the best works by Pedro Almodovar, which is interesting to watch and view from a female perspective. In the center of the plot is the story of Raimunda, who is forced to think more about others than about herself. She works almost all day, lives with a dysfunctional man, brings up a teenage daughter, takes care of her sister and also keeps a secret. When her life becomes extremely difficult her mother comes to the rescue. Only she can comfort and understand her daughter. More information on Volver can be found here.

Julieta (2016)

Stars: Emma Suárez, Adriana Ugarte, Daniel Grao
Director: Pedro Almodovar

Another film by Pedro Almodovar is about a strong woman and all-consuming maternal love. This time the director showed the story of a woman who suddenly loses her husband and is left alone with her daughter. At first, the heroine falls into a deep depression and then tries to become happy, despite the trials of fate. You can watch the official trailer for Julieta here.

Palm Trees in the Snow (2015)

Stars: Mario Casas, Adriana Ugarte, Macarena García
Director: Fernando González Molina

The picture, based on the novel by Luz Gabas, tells about a girl’s journey to the distant island of Fernando Po, where, in an attempt to learn more about her father she gets acquainted with a completely different world, learns the traditions of the residents and makes friends with a stranger. More information on Palm Trees in the Snow can be found here.