Ramdam is a plunge into the ups and downs of the daily tumults of a family made up primarily of pre-teens: the situations are real, the dialogues snappy and amusing, and the surprises frequent.
Despite the family's reconstituted nature, and along with the inevitable conflicts, love underpins all the relationships: between parents/children, siblings and step-brothers and sisters. Realism and humor set the tone for this dramatic comedy, which makes liberal use of asides and arrested action to enter into the imaginary worlds of the three main characters: Selina, Simon and Manolo.
800 x 30'
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