In the midst of the Mariel boat lift -- a hurried exodus of refugees from Cuba going to America -- an immigration clerk accidentally presumes that dissident Juan Raul Perez and Dorita Evita Perez are married. United by their last name and a mutual resolve to emigrate, Dorita and Juan agree to play along. But it gets complicated when the two begin falling for each other just as Juan reunites with his wife, Carmela, whom he hasn't seen in decades.
La vida ha llevado a Julián Pérez por caminos equivocados, pero el destino le presentará a este hombre la oportunidad de encontrar su redención cuando es enviado a la misión más peligrosa y noble de toda su vida, una misión ordenada por la única autoridad que todavía respeta, su madre, Doña Elvira. Julián debe viajar hasta el otro extremo del mundo, a un lugar llamado Irak, a traer de vuelta vivo, a su hermano menor el soldado de infantería Juan Pérez. Con la promesa hecha, Julián Pérez regresa a su natal Sinaloa donde reclutará a un comando de elite, destinado a cumplir una misión suicida: viajar a Irak y salvar al soldado Pérez.
The encounter between an in mature and irresponsible forty-year-old and his 22 year old daughter, Roma, whom he hasn't seen more than a few times in his whole life.
Victor Perez was a Jewish boxer who became world flyweight champion in 1931 and 1932, but was transported to Auschwitz concentration camp when Paris fell to the Nazi s in 1943. While there he was forced into slave labour and made to participate in violent boxing matches for the amusement of the Nazi guards. Surviving Auschwitz tells Victors astonishing, harrowing, brutal and incredibly moving true story.
Eight year old Lucas would like to know how the Tooth Fairy exchanges coins for teeth without getting caught. He is determined to stay awake all night to find out. Meanwhile, a little mouse falls into a trap set by a dishonest contractor who is desperate to tell the world his secret, that the mouse is the Tooth Fairy. Lucas and his family has to do everything in their power to help the sweet little mouse with its mission, which since time immemorial, is to make children happy...
Lucía, an active little girl, looses a tooth. Santiago, her father, is an out-of-work boss, and her mother, Pilar, is a successful but overworked architect, reassure Lucía, by telling her that the Hairy Tooth Fairy (a mouse named Pérez) will come to her bedroom to collect her tooth, leaving some money in its place. A mouse who had been monitoring the situation tells another mouse, who in turn tells another mouse until finally the news reaches Pérez, The Hairy Tooth Fairy, who lives in a boat in the port along with hundreds of other mice. They receive the teeth that he collects, and then clean, shape and polish them so that they can be transformed into shiny round pearls. These pearls are then carried through the citys sewers until finally they reach the jewellers owned by Morientes, where an old friend exchanges them for their weight in gold.
The Adventures of Pito Perez begins with the return of his character to Santa Clara del Cobre, where he discovers that his mother has died and his brothers are gone, leaving his old house abandoned. Before going back, worn and dirty, Pito climbs the bell tower of the church, accompanied by a bottle of Puruarán liquor, decides to tell a writer played by Andres Soler what has been his life during those years of absence. Told in a simple tone, bittersweet tale spun by its protagonist and using just a few of the episodes of the first part of the novel, this second adaptation of the useless Life of Pito Perez is the story of a drowned looking sadness what was his life. But it happens that sometimes humor is the best way to address the tragedies
Magdalena travels in search of answers to a problem, but soon she'll realize that they won't be easy to find. In the path, a man known only as Pérez appears. More than a mere encounter, Pérez will become someone she'll have to trust her life to.
The story of two brothers. One lives in the city and one in the field, and they have different lives. One day they decide to join together to create a film and that's when the drama begins.
A 1949 Mexican comedy drama film directed by Gilberto Martínez Solares and starring Joaquín Pardavé, Sara García and Manolo Fábregas.
Juan Pérez is a waiter in a luxurious place where the bachelor party of a man who is going to get married for convenience is done. When a dancer and singer with whom he was entangled, chases him, he uses Perez to get rid of her.
To avoid the romantic approaches of a mature man with whom her elder sister is in love, a young girl invents a boyfriend: Captain Perez.
Two buddies from Pancho Villa's regiment go on a mission. Light comedy, romance, songs...
Juan Pérez is an ordinary Chilean; one who goes through his monotonous life unnoticed, surviving debts, his crushing work, minimum wage, and loneliness. Until one day, out of luck, he prevents a robbery and is given hero status by the media. This lasts 24 hours. Forced to return to his routine, Juan falls into a spiral of excess and madness, and ends up the opposite of the hero he wanted to be.
A student secretly goes back to school to marry one of her teachers.
Teenaged girl isn't emotionally mature enough for marriage, but she gets hitched anyway.