This movie was a surprise to watch. It really hit me with the 80s nostalgia. I can see big nods from time travel movies like Back to the Future and Somewhere in Time, both of which are movies that I love. I was certain that one of the writers, who also happens to be the director, was around my age and I was right on. Oriol Paulo was an eighties kid for sure. I noticed the JVC camcorder, puffy vest over denim jackets, time watch references, and the professor visit to the university. It was just like the movie Somewhere in Time, and was nicely done. This movie is more of a suspense, drama, mystery. No time travel actually happens here though, but more like causalities that affects past and future outcomes. The story was very well done, always keeping you guessing and involved. I really love the twists and turns they throw at you. What compliments the story is the acting. I don't know if I've ever seen the main actress, Adriana Ugarte before, but she was outstanding! She has my vote for sure. Every supporting cast were very believable including the kids. Alvaro Morte from La Casa de Papel doesn't disappoint either I don't really have any negative to say about this movie, except maybe some parts could have gone a little faster or perhaps skipped even. You don't have to be a science fiction fan of time travel to enjoy this movie. That was just a small but pivotal part of the plot. The strengths were in the story telling, and acting. If you want to relax and not be disturbed for 2 hours, this is one movie to watch.