The director Daniel Sánchez Arévalo (‘Azuloscurocasinegro’, ‘Cousins’), he embarks on a new comedy that has as a backdrop the World Cup in South Africa and the setting is a wedding that takes precisely the day of the final. This will be the occasion in which five brothers, all with biblical names, Adam, Daniel, Caleb, Benjamin and Ephraim, gather to celebrate the engagement of Ephraim, the youngest of them, who marries his pregnant girlfriend. Will hours of uncertainty, joy and euphoria back, but it’s time to unite for a common good. Can all together to face the situation and erected winners heading?
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