Luis Miguel: La Serie (2018) s01e09 Episode Script

Todo El Amor del Mundo

When are you meeting
with the investigator?
In a few days.
I asked her to come to Mexico.
You'll find her.
You'll see.
I don't want to get my hopes up.
Why not?
Get your hopes up.
Come on! Let's make a toast.
Not just to that.
You just got a 20 million dollars advance
for your next album, Micky.
Thank you.
But I plan on giving that money
to Jaime as soon as I can.
- It's the right thing to do.
- Yes, it is.
I don't want him to think
I'm like my dad.
By the way, did you know that
while I was away
he sold the Tecamachalco house
without telling me?
I knew it was in his name
but who does that?
Why don't you buy your own house
with the money you just made
and stop dealing with your dad's bullshit?
Luis Miguel!
- Luis Miguel! Here!
- Micky!
- Let us interview you!
- Over here, Micky!
- Please! Luis Miguel!
- Luis Miguel!
Luismi! Sign this!
- Luismi!
- Micky!
What happened with your dad?
What do you think about his comments?
Why didn't you go to
the launch of Rey Music?
Was your new look his idea?
Don't you want to hear
about my new album?
- We want to know that too.
- Will you two collaborate again?
Luis Miguel, what about the rumors
you're in trouble with the IRS?
Luis Miguel, please,
give us a short interview.
Your fans deserve to know.
No comments for now.
Let's go.
I'm sick and tired of being asked
about my dad and his damn behavior.
They need to leave me alone,
But we need the press,
and your fans want to see you.
Yes, but let's change the conversation.
We should talk about the new Luis Miguel,
about 20 Years.
The Luis Miguel my dad created
doesn't exist anymore,
let's make that clear.
What if we talked to Cynthia?
Cynthia Casas?
She's a good journalist,
she's honest, ethical.
I think we could talk to her.
Fine. But we're not talking
about my private life.
My god!
Shit! I'll spit on your grave, boy!
You call this music?
Mr. Luis, are you alright?
Listen to this crap, girl! Listen!
Is this singing?
This isn't singing, this is shit!
This is nothing like when Micky sang
on those stages,
and the crowd would be amazed
by his talent.
But what is this? They can't even sing!
Mr. Luis, I know a musician,
he's a friend of mine.
Maybe you'd like him. We met
at music school years ago.
And he's good, I think.
Don't call me "Mr. Luis."
It makes me feel old. Have a seat, Ana.
- Have some whiskey with me.
- Sure.
- I didn't know you went to music school.
- It was a long time ago.
So, what instrument
do you play?
The flute.
I don't know what's going on
Everything is upside down
And you don't kiss me
The way you used to
Last night on the beach
You wouldn't let me love you
Something is not right between us
Don't blame it on the moonlight
Don't blame it on the beach
Don't blame it on the rain
Maybe you just don't love me
Don't blame it on the moonlight
Don't blame it on the beach
Don't blame it on the rain
Maybe you just don't love me
Micky, we've got it.
- That was good.
- Wasn't I out of tune at the end?
No, it was perfect. You nailed it!
He's even worse than I am!
- It sounds good, right?
- Right? And you look good, too!
Long time no see!
- Too long.
- Too long.
It's a bad thing I've known you
since you were a kid or else
Well, well! I thought
this was a professional interview.
No, we've known each other
since I was this tall.
- Half an hour?
- Thanks.
- Shall we do it here?
- Sure, yes. Thank you.
- Have a seat.
- Take a photo of us first.
- Have a seat, please.
- Thanks.
This new Luis Miguel,
this more adult you,
what are his strengths
and his weaknesses?
Well, it wouldn't be right
if I talked about my strengths,
but one of my weaknesses
is that I push myself too hard.
- You don't cut yourself any slack.
- Never.
And where do you think
this perfectionist spirit comes from?
Is it something you learned
or were you always like this?
No, no, I've been like this
since I was a kid,
very disciplined, very demanding.
Are you talking about your dad?
Well, yes.
So, what's the deal with him?
There have been a lot of articles
about his life in Spain.
- About his women and
- Listen, Cynthia.
I respect your job,
we've known each other for years, but
- Let's not go there.
- Look, I'm just saying
It must be hard for you
being so successful and
Not one word about my father,
is that clear?
I'm sorry, you're absolutely right.
Let's talk about your new album,
20 Years, and what's coming.
Is that okay?
- Yes, sure.
- Thanks.
Listen to this.
This kid sings like an angel,
don't you think?
I will make him a star.
Well, well. Anita's friend, eh?
We've done it, Luis.
Yes, we have. We need to sign him now.
- Now.
- As soon as possible.
- We can't let him get away.
- Look!
- Speak of the devil.
- Ana, what a coincidence.
We're listening to your friend's album
and we think he's perfect
for Rey Music.
- Really?
- Yes!
I wanted to introduce you to him.
Let's see
This is Mr. Luis.
Well, yes
Well, we were just listening
to your album,
your demo, it's very good.
- Isn't it?
- Luis Rey.
This is my cousin Tito.
Ana, you brought him
without telling us.
- She works a lot, doesn't she?
- That she does.
Thank you. We like it,
we really like it.
- We should throw this away.
- Okay.
- Can I keep it?
- Sure, keep it.
I'm going to miss this house.
Happy memories.
- I'll get that.
- No, I'll get it, sir.
- Thanks, Ofe.
- Sure
- We're taking the films too, right?
- Yes.
It's Miss Inés Ramos, sir.
A missing persons investigation
can bring up
terrible information.
Are you sure you want to proceed?
Yes, absolutely.
I'll just ask
you to be very discreet.
I don't want any of this
making its way to the press.
Don't worry. Being discreet
is part of my job.
We're getting access to deeds,
credit card accounts
and any other information
that could give us a clue
about your mother's whereabouts.
I want you to take a look
at what we've found so far
and tell me if there's anything
that rings a bell.
I'll also need a list
of people she knew,
other than your father
and any other relatives.
My father? No, you can't talk to him.
Excuse me?
He's a compulsive liar.
- Talking to him won't help you.
- I'll make that decision.
How do you expect me to help
if you won't let me
talk to possibly the last person
who saw your mother?
If these are your terms,
I won't be able to help you.
Me, or any other investigator.
Why do you have to go to Spain
right now?
You just got here.
I'd rather stay with you, girl.
You can put the tour off for a week.
Until Sergio is out of the incubator.
And Micky can rest his voice.
But that's not up to us.
It's a very complicated week.
And if we let the EMI people down now,
we'll lose everything. You know that.
Even if Sergio is in hospital,
you need to rest.
You can't spend all day
just looking at him.
I'll talk to Rosana.
I'll ask her to come here
and help you with the housework.
She'll keep you company.
He's still a bit fragile,
but he's reached the desired weight,
and that will help him
stay at the right temperature.
Wouldn't it be best if he stays here
a few more days?
You know how to take care of him.
Marce, you'll take great care of him.
Look how strong Alex is. And Micky too.
Of course you will.
Now it's time to enjoy your baby.
She can stop using the breast pump
and try breastfeeding him.
That will help them bond.
- Yes, Doctor.
- I'll see you in a minute.
Excuse me.
- Everything will be alright.
- Yes.
I have to forget you
Use your vocal chords,
don't do that falsetto thing! Damnit.
I can't do it. Aren't you listening?
I've been doing all the exercises,
but I still can't do it.
Of course you can.
You just have to keep doing exercises,
and you'll get your voice back.
- Micky, do you want some water?
- Yes, please, bring him water.
Go back to work.
Come on, let's do this.
Remember to use your chords.
You're doing great, kid.
At the start of a lifetime
A dead-end street and me
So much time spent trying
So many stupid lies between us both
My heart, where have you been?
You're rolling away, sad and loveless
I will forget you
Word of honor
Lost dove
I can't take it anymore
I have to forget you
Let's try again, okay?
How's everything going here?
I think I don't have any more milk.
No, no, no.
Maybe from the other breast
Why don't you try the breast pump?
You can give him a bottle this time.
No, no, no.
I'll try a little longer.
Come on, my love.
Leave me alone with him, please.
My love
Let's eat, come on,
just a little bit, let's eat.
Thank you so much
for agreeing to see me.
No, thank you.
I'm relieved a professional investigator
is looking into Marcela's disappearance.
I've looked for her and I haven't
I haven't had any luck.
I don't know where she is,
I couldn't find her.
You were already separated
when Marcela came to Las Matas, right?
Yes, that's right.
Yes, we had arguments,
like all couples, but at that time
we'd argue a lot. I thought
we'd get back together for the kids.
But I wasn't a good husband.
So why did she come to see you?
No, she didn't want to see me.
She wanted to see Micky.
And I wanted to see Sergio.
So, we agreed that was the best option.
But Luis Miguel
never made it to Las Matas.
No, because that was the week
he had won the Grammy,
he had a concert in Viña Del Mar,
and so Marcela chose
to go see him in Chile.
So I dropped her off at the airport
and that's the last I knew of her.
And why didn't you report her missing
when you didn't hear from her again?
The same reason Micky didn't.
I didn't want to make a scandal.
We didn't want that
on the cover of the magazines.
We didn't want the media circus.
This is a private matter.
Can I be honest with you?
I haven't told my kids this,
I don't want them to lose hope
of finding their mother.
But after Sergio was born,
Marcela was a little strange, sad.
I think life had become unbearable to her
and she couldn't take it anymore.
I don't know why she's been missing
for so long,
I don't know what to think.
Your cousins were the last people
to see her alive
in Las Matas, right?
And it's a good thing they were there,
because I don't know
how I would have coped with everything.
In fact, they live here.
I can put you in touch with Tito
so you talk to him.
- Yes!
- Hi.
Don't worry. I'll finish reading it
and give you my opinion.
That's perfect, at the café.
Yes, I'll see you later.
Did you read the story?
Yes, I did.
I find it unbelievable.
That guy seduced you,
you let yourself fall for him,
and he ruined the interview.
You need to understand times are changing.
I need you to put
a little extra into your stories.
Put your years of experience to use.
That's exactly it.
I've earned my reputation
because I write the truth.
Not because I write gossip.
And I respect that but, unfortunately,
it doesn't sell magazines.
So, rewrite the story
or I'll give it to someone else.
That goes for this story
and the ones after that.
I want to make a toast.
Because I'm very happy
you're getting back on your feet.
- Cheers.
- Cheers, Uncle.
By the way
This is the money you lent me.
Thank you.
- I appreciate it.
- You're welcome. It was my pleasure.
See that house over there?
Yes, it's been on the market for weeks.
Not anymore. I just bought it.
What do you think?
You, me, our family,
living here, together?
- Hi, Dad!
- Is that true?
Yes. Cousin!
- Micky! How's it going?
- How are you?
- I'm fine, and you?
- Fine. When did you get here?
A little while ago,
but I have to leave again.
- Why?
- How come?
I'm making my new album
in Mexico City,
but I wanted to come here
to give your dad a surprise.
- What surprise?
- Well,
apparently, Micky bought that house
that's been on the market for weeks.
- You did?
- Yes!
- You did?
- Yes.
I'm so happy!
Right next door! That's great.
- Honey, that's such great news!
- Yes, of course.
- Congratulations.
- Thanks, Fede.
And our former president,
my daughter's father-in-law,
he's also thinking of moving down here.
Yes, that's right.
So, we may all end up as neighbors.
He's a great singer.
But he's an ugly son of a bitch.
What should I tell that investigator?
Luis, you got me into a real mess.
Relax, boy, relax.
Let her talk to Rosana.
Let her tell her everything.
It'll be alright,
there won't be any problems.
And now, leave me alone,
I need to work.
This is nice.
Everything is so easy for you.
Always the same, always the same.
The journalist is here,
shall I send her in?
No, let her wait. Come here.
Girl, come here.
Come here, closer to me.
- This is better.
- No.
- They'll see us.
- So what?
Ask your friend Martín to come here.
I want to talk to him.
- Sure.
- Okay?
Cynthia! How are you doing, my princess?
How are you doing?
So you forgot about us Mexicans
and came back to Spain?
I will never forget about you.
I'm so glad you're here,
I'm about to launch an artist.
- That's perfect.
- So, tell me. What do you think?
- I love your office.
- Really?
Sorry I'm late.
- What's up, honey?
- Don't "honey" me.
Traffic was a mess.
Don't worry. So
You were telling me
you think Marcela had a lover.
- Right.
- A lover? That's rich.
The last thing Marcela wanted
was to have to put up with another man.
He left her alone all the time.
That's why she left your brother.
Let's make things clear.
I'm here
because I want to help find Marcela
not because I'm doing you
or Luis a favor.
- Honey
- Is that clear?
Luis said Marcela was very depressed
after the last baby was born.
Well, yes, yes.
If that's what Luis told you
But I don't remember very well
Why would you remember?
You weren't there!
You weren't there for her,
and you weren't there for me.
Because I was taking care
of Micky's career.
Marcela was extremely sad.
When was that, exactly?
After Sergio was born.
No, no. After he was discharged
from the hospital.
Did you know
that poor kid was premature?
I don't think that's relevant here.
I think he's hungry.
- Where's your mom?
- She locked herself in her room.
Minerva! Minerva, come here!
- Bring me the keys, please!
- What happened? Yes.
Marcela! Marce!
Marcela, open the door, please.
Hurry up, Minerva!
Marce, open the door!
How long has she been locked up?
- I don't know.
- Why not?
What's going on?
Don't worry.
What's wrong? What's going on?
Shut the door.
- Hello.
- Hello.
You're with the kid.
- Hi, honey.
- Hi, Aunt.
- How are you?
- Fine, and you?
Great, thanks.
Hello, Sergio. He's so cute.
Where's my mom?
She's resting.
The baby won't let her sleep.
I'll see you later.
My sun!
What a lovely surprise!
I've missed you so much!
Me too, mom.
Are you all right?
I'm much better now.
How was Spain?
I'm a bit tired, to be honest.
I've been doing lots of vocal exercises.
I don't know if I'll be able
to act in the film.
The director will be mad at me.
No, no, no. Come here.
Listen carefully.
None of this is your fault.
Okay? It's not your fault.
My girl is so lovely when she smiles.
You haven't smiled like that
in a while, Marcela.
This is a very short visit.
No, Luis, but
Can we spend some days together
when the shoot is over?
- Yes, yes.
- Please.
Yes, please.
You are two troublemakers.
Look at her, she's so beautiful.
I'll put these in water.
Let's rest up today,
the day after tomorrow
we have work in Acapulco.
She walks around the house,
She's really low.
She doesn't look good.
I told you.
And she's all skin and bone.
Let's call Dr. Gutiérrez.
He'll see her and tell us what to do.
So I can leave
and not have to worry about her.
Yeah, sure. Don't you worry,
I'll take care of everything.
Can you believe that damn journalist
interviewed my dad?
"It breaks my heart to hear a son
say those things about his father.
I gave him everything
and sacrificed my career for him."
- Shit.
- I'm surprised too.
Cynthia had always been trustworthy.
He won't give up.
He won't give up.
I think Ana gave you
the wrong impression about me.
If I understood correctly,
you want me to record my songs
to have this puppet
sing them to the audience.
Hey, relax, I haven't done
anything to you.
You've understood perfectly.
That's what it's about.
I want to use both your talents
Your talent
Don't get upset, Bosco, that's true.
with his looks, so we can reach
a wider audience,
to get you on stage. It's the only way,
that's how the business works now.
Why not?
Thanks, Luis, but I'm not your man.
I won't sell out for a million pesetas.
What about two?
Ana! My check book!
the comments he made last week.
May I? May I speak, please?
We want to make clear
that the lady in question
distorted the information to make a profit
from my client's private life.
So, we've instructed our lawyers
to file a lawsuit
against Cynthia Casas
and any other media organization
that makes allegations
about my client's private life.
- It's simple.
- So, you're trying to intimidate us.
We're not.
My client's private life
I don't know. We had an agreement.
We're just doing our jobs.
Of course. And so are we.
Honey, you say
you're just doing your job, aren't you?
- Your fans want the gossip.
- Give me a second.
It's a fact that some people in here
lie to sell more magazines.
That's not true.
And then there are people
who do their jobs with respect,
and professionalism.
What I will tell you
is that I won't jeopardize
my private life
trying to tell which is which.
Thank you very much.
Okay Boy, what's with the face?
Do it with feeling,
like you really feel it.
Do this with your hair.
Like that. Bosco. Bosco!
For God's sake.
If you let out even a tiny whisper,
the whole charade will be out in the open.
Stop it already.
We've been at this for days.
- What's wrong?
- I'm not a robot.
I'm a singer too.
You may have not liked my demo,
but my friends did.
I see.
Listen carefully, kid.
- I'm doing you the favor of your life.
- Right.
I am. Trust me.
So you do as I say.
Smile, so you look better. Do this.
Luis, Bosco, we're ready for you.
Shall we?
- Let's go.
- Let's go. Let's do it.
Come on. Let's blow their minds.
What's up with this guy? Fuck
We're back from the break
with two guests who need no introduction.
- Luis Rey, welcome, good evening.
- Thanks.
Bosco, we finally have you here.
I can hardly wait for you to hear me sing.
We've had the privilege of listening
to the full album already
and we loved it. Didn't we, Esteban?
Yes, Julia. We've been lucky enough
to hear it,
and I think Bosco will give your son,
Luis Miguel, a run for his money
with the great voice he has.
Well, I think he has
a great career ahead of him.
Definitely. Well, it's time,
we won't make you wait any longer.
Bosco sings for you "Not Without You."
I have a surprise for all of you.
- You'll see.
- Well, then, go ahead.
- Yes.
- The stage is yours.
Don't sing, okay? Relax.
I'd like to sing a capella for you.
This song is "Your Skin"
and you will love it.
No, Bosco, Bosco, no.
He likes the audience here,
but he doesn't know
he can't sing live here.
No, Luis, please, let him do it.
Who can say no to those eyes?
Take it away, Bosco.
I miss you
You and me, give me your love
Because I love you
You and me
Will be one forever
We'll be happy
Give me a little bit of love
Well, this has definitely been a surprise.
Thanks, Bosco.
Thanks, Bosco.
It's time for a commercial break.
We'll be right back
with Luis Rey and Bosco.
- Thank you!
- Give him a hand!
Stay tuned.
Yes, René, it can be done.
It can be done.
Let's shoot the film
without Micky's vocals.
Then, when we do the album
and Micky's voice is rested,
you add the songs to the film.
That's all.
There's no time, René.
We need the songs to do the lip sync.
- We don't have time, Luis.
- What do you mean we don't?
What do you mean? Damnit.
You can't be Mexicans.
Would my voice work for you?
- Your voice?
- Yes.
I can record the vocals.
Done, that's solved, then.
One less problem.
Marcela, I'm so glad you're here.
It's important for you
to see a specialist.
If I may, I'd like to ask you
some questions.
You can trust him.
Did you feel the same way
when your older sons were born?
But it was different then.
What changed?
I'm always alone now.
What about your husband?
He's always traveling
with our older son.
And how does that make you feel?
My mom left me in an orphanage
when I was two
and I didn't meet my father
until I was 11.
It's all too normal for me.
Marcela, I'd like to see you
in my office next week,
so we can continue
this conversation.
I want you to take these pills.
One before bed every night.
But, Marcela, you can't breastfeed
your son anymore,
because it's a very strong tranquilizer
and it can hamper his development.
Pictures up! Roll sound!
Roll camera. Mark it.
Inside of me
I'll carry you, like my blood
For living without you
It's not living
You are to me
What the sun is for this world
For without your warmth
Nothing would have light or color
And so I'll say
Because my soul is shouting it
All the love in the world
I'd give you
All the love in the world
I'm sorry. No, stop, cut, please.
Don't cut. We keep on rolling.
Let's do this. Come on.
All the love in the world
I'd give you
All the love in the world
I'll give to you
- René, cut, please.
- What's wrong now?
- I need to go to the bathroom.
- Cut!
Works every time.
We're behind schedule!
I hate doing lip sync!
That's it.
It's just a couple of songs.
You are worth more than that.
I know what's wrong with you.
Yes, of course I do.
The problem is that you're fed up.
You're fed up with the speech therapist,
the teachers. Am I right?
You are like me.
Do you want me to call the girl?
The girl.
Listen, kid.
You are a Gallego,
and we Gallegos have singing in our blood.
Art runs through our veins. Okay?
Good. Let's sing
"How it Happened," by José José.
- Okay.
- Come on.
How it happened
I can't tell you how it happened
Deep voice.
I can't explain to myself what happened
But I fell in love with you
It was a light
That lightened up my heart
See? This is what I was talking about.
You can reach those notes.
Of course you can,
with a lower voice.
We need to rewrite the songs
in a lower key, okay?
And if the label doesn't like it,
they can go fuck themselves.
You're worth a lot, Micky.
You've done it, kid. You've done it.
Don't let anyone tell you what to do.
Okay, let's try another one.
Let's do it. Remember, deep voice.
Inside of me
I'll carry you, like my blood
For living without you
It's not living
You are to me
What the sun is for this world
For without your warmth
- It'll be a huge hit.
- Nothing would have light or color
And so I'll say
Because my soul is shouting it
- Hello, neighbor.
- Hello.
I'm sorry. Adela, this is Érika.
Of course I know you!
My girls watch your soap operas.
That's great. We're doing so well.
- Are you settled already?
- Yes, thank you.
- We got the upstairs room, right?
- Yes.
- What's up, Micky?
- What's up, Fede?
- How are you?
- Fine.
- I'm too sweaty to greet you.
- Don't worry.
- Make yourself at home, please.
- The sea looks beautiful.
So, Micky, they still haven't given you
your new house yet?
No, not yet.
- I wanted to use it with
- Honey!
- I'm coming! Excuse me.
- Please.
- Where are you going?
- To the sea.
Are they staying here?
A little while.
Is everything alright?
Can I use your phone?
Sure, make yourself at home.
In Acapulco. Why?
No way. I'm leaving
for Mexico City tomorrow.
It'll be months before I can go to Spain.
Why in person?
In a psychiatric hospital?
But my mom went to Chile.
Then, why would she be
in the Canary Islands?
Or did she never leave Spain?
Yes, yes. Send the photo by fax.
- Do you need any help?
- No, no. Everything's fine.
You can tell me, I'm your friend.
I hired a private investigator
to help find my mom.
She said my mom had
a major depression
and that she even got
psychiatric treatment for it.
I should never have left her.
You were just a kid. It wasn't your fault.
Yes, it was.
I miss her.
Hey I'm sure she misses you too.
Subtitle translation
by Ivana Chimento Martino
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