Pitipol Ybarra’s upbeat Mexican drama “All the Places” is available at Netflix. Fernando and Gabriela, two siblings who did not speak to one another in 15 years, reconcile, and reconnect after their father passes away.
However, they’ve many fond memories of their childhood reunion. The experience they experience when riding a motorbike.
After the death of their father, Fernando and Gabriela, now adults with worries about their careers and private lives, finally decide to cherish the old memories they and their father left behind.
All Explanation End Places
Everyone harbors some regrets. They believe that they will be capable to forget their regrets with time, but this isn’t at all times the case.
Similar to Fernando, who is responsible for leaving his house empty after his mother left and fathering a child that’s not his own. So, while under the influence of the fungus, he voiced his concern.
He confided in his sister, with whom he felt most snug, about the situation. Gabo, on the other hand, has some regrets of his own.
She had been trying to conceive for several years without success, and her husband had also filed for divorce. While it isn’t her fault she cannot have kids, that lack of goals sometimes bothers her, so she decides to go for all her goals.
Fernando is determined that he won’t, despite his desire to have kids and for his brother and son to reconcile.
In front of his child and the lady he abandoned shortly after he became pregnant, Fernando was terrified to face them. As a result, he found it quite challenging to take this action. Nevertheless, he decides to give it a try at Gabo’s insistence.
He takes his sister to his ex and girlfriend’s son’s house. Even when he found his son on the playground, he did not have the courage to say hello.
Fernando refuses Gabo’s suggestion to say hello to his son because he’s afraid his son will resent him for it. Fernando, however, runs into his ex-girlfriend, who also happens to be his son’s mother.
Fernando could not answer when he questioned whether he could be there for his son because he did not believe he could be a good father.
Since it would be inappropriate for her to continue the matter before her brother decides, she reconnects with Gabo, who ultimately forgives her and offers her time to consider the matter.
According to the journal, they ultimately ended up urinating in the ocean in Acapulco. After her heart was broken, Gabriela revealed to her brother that she was at home in her father’s house in San Miguel, but she now wants to move on with her life.
Fernando and his son Ricardo finally meet at the end of the film. The two brothers seem to have the fortitude to move on with their lives and the wisdom to accept responsibility for their mistakes. “All the Places” is a fun short film.
It features quite a lot of humor, nostalgia, and the complicated relationship between the two siblings. The story is attractively presented and well decorated so that the film can be viewed with minimal consideration.