José Luis López Vázquez, one of the best actors of all time, exudes amazing talent. As his professional success and his popularity grow, his perfectionism and workaholism damage his personal life. After more than two hundred and fifty movies, as many parts for the stage and television and several thwarted relationships, he manages to find a late love that changes his life. A sincere story, told by friends, colleagues and family, that reveals the most intimate aspects of an integral figure and an essential artist in the history of Spanish cinema.
He had his first exposure to cinema in 1978, when he collaborated with Fernando Colomo in the film ‘What’s a Girl Like You Doing in a Place Like This?’. In 1979 he began his career on television, where he worked as a writer, scriptwriter and director of TV shows. In 2000 he produced the short film ‘El sueño de la maestra’, directed by Luis García Berlanga. After writing and directing several documentaries for television, he wrote and produced ‘Por la gracia de Luis’, a tribute to Berlanga directed by José Luis García Sánchez. In 2015, he wrote and produced Fernando Colomo’s ‘Noches de rock and roll’, and in 2020 the documentary ‘La Movida 80-20’. In 2018 he received the Television Academy’s Talent Award (2018).