Idilios (Spanish lyrical word for ‘romances’) shows a series of romantic situations representing the experiences of one woman with different men. These idealised scenes are about the experience of romantic love; the kiss representing immediate satisfaction, a search for pleasure in a symbolic act devoted exclusively to seduce us, intending that this story is part of an advertising slogan. What emerges is a reflection about the ephemeral concept of love and happiness.
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