Netflix Spanish movie ‘Sounds Like Love’ breaks fourth wall

Netflix has dropped the teaser of its upcoming Spanish film ‘Sounds like Love’, based on Elísabet Benavent’s best-selling two-part novel series ‘Canciones y recuerdos’. The movie is set to stream globally on 29 September. 

The short teaser begins like a cliché rom-com, with a boy and a girl meeting each other. The boy says: “I haven’t stopped thinking about you.” But the girl without taking a typical route by responding to him, breaks the fourth wall by talking directly to the audience.

She utters: “If this were a rom-com, it would start pouring rain right now.” Nature affirms this as it starts to rain. She adds: “Okay, if this really were a rom-com, I’d have jumped in his arms.” The teaser ends right there, making the viewers await further to know what happens.

The official synopsis of ‘Sounds like Love’ reads:

“Fashion assistant Maca has just about got her life together after a devastating breakup, when Leo, the man who broke her heart returns. Seeking support from best friends, Adriana and Jime, all three will learn love can be complicated.”

The film is directed by Juana Macías. The main cast includes María Valverde, Álex González, Carlo Costanzia and the supporting cast features Roger Berruezo, Ignacio Montes, Artur Busquets, Claudia Galán and Carlo Costanzia. 

The production for Sounds Like Love began in 2020, with its filming done in Madrid and Lisbon.

Watch the official teaser:

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