Until 26 July, at 8:00 p.m., the House of America projects the Spanish-Venezuelan coproduction Azul y no tan rosa, in its room Iberia, by film maker Miguel Ferrari, awarded the Goya 2014 to the Best Latin American Film.
The main character is Diego, who decides to make his romantic relationship with Fabrizio official by moving with him. However, he suddenly has to take care of his son Armando, a young teenager who lives in Spain that he has not seen in years. The boy arrives with a bag full of reproaches, so it is not easy for Diego to re-establish the affective relationship with him. In such circumstances, a group of homophobic radicals give Fabrizio a brutal thrashing, leaving him in a coma.