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Language: English
Category: Movie / Comedy / Romance
Original Title: Kiki, el amor se hace
Director: Paco León
Writers: Josh Lawson,Paco León
Released: 2016
Duration: 1h 42min
Video type: Movie
Through five stories, the movie addresses sex and love: Paco and Ana are a marriage looking for reactivate the passion of their sexual relations, long time unsatisfied; Jose Luis tries to recover the affections of his wife Paloma, sit down on a wheelchair after an accident which has limited her mobility; Mª Candelaria and Antonio are a marriage trying by all way to be parents, but she has the trouble that no get an orgasm when make love with him; Álex try to satisfy Natalia's fantasies, while she starts to doubt if he finally will ask her in marriage; and finally, Sandra is a single woman in a permanent searching for a man to fall in love. All them love, fear, live and explore their diverse sexual paraphilias and the different sides of sexuality, trying to find the road to happiness.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Natalia de Molina Natalia de Molina - Natalia
Álex García Álex García - Alejandro (as Alex García)
Jacobo Sánchez Jacobo Sánchez - Atracador Gasolinera
Silvia Rey Silvia Rey - Cajera
Paco León Paco León - Paco
Ana Katz Ana Katz - Ana
Eduardo Recabarren Eduardo Recabarren - Terapeuta
Belén Cuesta Belén Cuesta - Belén
Candela Peña Candela Peña - Candela
Luis Callejo Luis Callejo - Antonio
Blanca Apilánez Blanca Apilánez - Doctora Ginecóloga
Mari Paz Sayago Mari Paz Sayago - Paloma
Luis Bermejo Luis Bermejo - José Luis
Maite Sandoval Maite Sandoval - Maite
Claudia Pérez Esteban Claudia Pérez Esteban - Ayte. Quirófano

Remake of Australian movie The Little Death (2014).

Every character with some type of paraphilia has the same name as the actor playing the character.

Third movie directed by Paco León and the first one not related to her mother, Carmina Barrios.



Reviews: [9]

  • avatar

    Kamuro

    A very pleasurable comedy about love, sex and fetishes, in the life of several couples and other characters from Madrid, whom each have some problems to face in this area.

    The humor comes from the weirdness of some situations - without saying too much I can only say you shouldn't expect the regular love and sex stories - and of course the actors playing their roles incredibly good.

    I've personally enjoyed seeing protagonists of all age ranges and social classes, and the diversity does not stop here. I've seen the movie in cinema and on my way out I heard only positive opinions, too bad they are not written here also.

    If you're considering watching it and feel like you could use a good laugh it's definitely a very good option.
  • avatar

    Gietadia

    Some people are turned on by being spanked, or by licking bare feet. Others get excited by tears, by being violently attacked, by touching silk or by watching someone sleep. The Spanish movie 'Kiki' is about these less common sexual preferences.

    The sexual hang-ups of the different characters lead to bizarre and comical situations. The woman who gets excited by tears takes her husband to funerals and pretends to have cancer. The one with a preference for armed violence, accidentally smashes up her own boyfriend when he tries to stage a robbery for her sake.

    It's not so easy to make a film about these topics without going over the top. But in 'Kiki', the tone is just right. There are five couples, each with their own problems, and they all talk about their sexual problems totally uninhibited, which is very refreshing. Of course, this film is not for prudes. You have to be prepared for jokes that could be extremely tasteless if told in a wrong way. But here, they are not offensive, because the concept of sex as being risqué is completely absent.

    On the other hand, there are no explicit scenes at all, which I also found very refreshing. There's mostly talk about sex, and when something needs to be shown, it is done without revealing more than strictly necessary.

    This is a lighthearted, intelligent comedy with a slightly kinky touch, a bit like the early Almodovar-films. Oh, and it's also a feel good movie. Every couple gets happy in the end, and there is a wonderful and nicely shot last scene to top it all off.
  • avatar

    Duzshura

    Thought the movie was hilarious and different, in a good way. It was great to see a different perspective on sexuality, what makes people tick, and laugh and enjoy each persons uniqueness. Watch the first 10 minutes, see if you like it, and if so I think you´ll enjoy the movie. A lot of fun!
  • avatar

    Malien

    I very rarely write reviews here in IMDb, but for this title I really felt compelled. Hope this is useful for the community.

    Kiki is a remake of a comedy released only 2 years before called The Little Death, which was written and directed by Australian Josh Lawson.

    I think that remakes are a delicate thing. A director must have a very powerful reason to remake a movie, and to do it "because I liked it and I wanted to do it myself" isn't a good enough reason for me. There are way too many good untold stories to be told to waste money and talent re-telling stories that were told yesterday, just for the sake of it.

    The Little Death is an amazing movie. It's light, intelligent, subtle, funny, well written. It's the kind of movie that leaves a smile on your face for a long time. It also has in my opinion one of the funniest scenes on the history of the cinema - and by reading reviews and comments I noticed that this opinion is shared by many people.

    Unfortunately Kiki couldn't manage to improve it at all. In fact what it did was to make it vulgar. Kiki is just full of fowl language. The smart dialogues and the innuendo present in the first movie became a stream of f-words, swearing, in-your-face jokes that simply didn't work for me. The movies aren't identical. Kiki does throw some 10-15% of new or original elements into the plot, but these are the weakest parts of the movie. They are not funny or smart, and sometimes they're plain gross.

    When I consider what Kiki made with the original movie, I can only feel that The Little Death vs Kiki is like Woody Allen vs. Eddie Murphy. It's Charlie Chaplin vs Charlie Sheen. It's intelligent vs. in-your-face humour. That's what Kiki managed to put on top of Lawson's story. All the cleverness you'll find within Kiki (and I'm not saying there's none) came from Lawson's script. The original elements... they're just weak.

    In Kiki the acting is inferior, the way the stories are weaved is much less interesting. The casting is way, way inferior. Lawson managed to create a magic chemistry with his casting that's nowhere to be found in Kiki. Not by a long shot.

    Kiki is not a bad movie in itself. And it's very beautiful visually. But when a movie is a remake, comparing it to the original one is something that's unavoidable. And Kiki failed to improve The Little Death in any sense.

    My suggestion: if you haven't seen any of them, watch The Little Death first! If you watch Kiki first, it'll ruin the novelty and the joy of watching the - much superior - original title.
  • avatar

    Stanober

    Sometimes you see a creative or a different perspective to the same movie...that may be acceptable. However, this movie has bluntly copied, 1 to 1, the Australian movie "The Little Death" (2014). At least they should have been fair and use the same name. For honest disclosure - if you haven't watch the Australian version (that to my taste it's better than this one), this movie is quite enjoyable. It will only be disappointing if you watched the other version.
  • avatar

    romrom

    It took me quite a while to realise that this is a remake of The Little Death, an Australian film that I had seen just a year or so ago. That's how forgettable the original is. I avoid remakes like the plague, but this one caught me by surprise. I watched it until the end, fairly entertained, whereas the original quickly bored me.

    Perhaps this is because The Little Death tried to be edgy and failed, when Kiki feels more natural, relaxed, and cute. Perhaps the Spanish acting is better, but I'm not going to rewatch the original to ascertain.

    Anyway, it's still not good enough to recommend warmly, although it's possible that I would have rated it 1 point higher if it was not déjà vu. It didn't make me laugh, but it did make me smile plenty.
  • avatar

    Samardenob

    After watching the original a while back, it faded from my memory fast, which will not happen with Kiki. The main difference is the direction & far superior performances.

    The exiting, direction and photography is fresh and colorful, vicvdly showing a contemporary Spanish summer.

    The actors are actually good, which is always refreshing in a comedy, and the scrupt is actually satisfying, with very good jokes spread throughout (the deaf girl story).

    What is apparent is that some segments and stories are simply much better than the rest, and elevate the movie (think the one starring the director), while some drag and simply detract from the movie. However it's still a fun romp all around.

    Liked: -specific scenes, such as the therapist scene (feels like straight out of a Woody Allen scene) and the sex club scene -some of the comedy -the actors

    Disliked: - some of the stories and their pacing -some of the dialogue
  • avatar

    Siratius

    A long time to watch film and cry out of laugh.????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????
  • avatar

    Nightscar

    Needed a movie with subtitle due to decaying hearing, the only available one was Kiki El amore se hace or Love to Love. Borrowing your idea of it : Under Madrid's scorching summer sun, ordinary couples with real passion and the unquenchable desire to love and be loved, share the same irrepressible urge to investigate their own sexuality through five intertwined stories." My partner is not so much fond of 'extraordinaire' but we went to see it on the premise the topic may be off her taste. She survived and I had one or two good laugh. I'm skeptical if one should go and see it with some more in depth idea about it or just keep it as a total surprise. But this is at the risk of wasting a couple of hours. I remember a humoristic question that asked "what is the difference between kinky and pervert". The answer was something like kinky would be to use a feather in the appropriate foreplay area, but pervert would use the whole chicken… This came to mind when I watched KKLL. And I would say the visual may have been subdued and feathered but the language was pretty much "whole chicken". I don't think I'm a purist yet the description was fairly full on if I can put it this way. The gags were at times fairly funny, others a little flat. The ending was rather predictable and so inappropriately dragging on. I'll be a little harsh and will say: Forgettable!