In this warm-hearted Spanish-language film, a young boy named Santi might be facing his lowest point in life: He is about lose his vision and his parents just got divorced, even though they both love him dearly.
Santi’s father encourages the boy to make a list before he undergoes surgery and risks losing his eyesight completely. Santi comes up with a list and asks both of his parents to be with him and help him realize his dreams, before it could be too late.
Along the way, the audience can’t help but wonder, could Santi’s parents become closer to each other and fall in love again as Santi wishes? When an estranged couple goes on such an emotional journey, will they remember the loving feeling they once had and realize the divine vow they took at the altar?
This film may remind some people of 1998’s “Parent Trap,” where twin girls were separated after birth and later tried to reunite their parents together. One can only hope Santi is just as successful!
“Ya Veremos” in Spanish means “We’ll see.” Rated PG-13, the movie will be released at limited theaters on Aug. 31.
From The Epoch Times