SPANISH blind date drama has been announced for 2018, with the title “Angel Blind Date Drama” (Spanish: Español: Blind Date).
The film is based on the real life story of Angel Santiago de la Torre, who, in 2004, became the first blind person to marry a woman.
According to the film, Santiago de La Torre was married to an Argentinean woman, and their marriage ended when she had a stroke and needed to have a transfusion to keep her heart beating.
Santiago de la Toro died in 2010 at the age of 88.
In the movie, Santiago is diagnosed with a degenerative eye disease, but the woman he was married with in his previous life, a man named Elmarito, has survived.
Santos death has been described as “the end of the road for this man”, as he is unable to look at her.
The film, which is set to open in Spain on May 14, is being directed by Daniel Garcia-Hernandez, a Spanish director who has previously made films such as “Dance with the Devil” and “The Black Widow”.
The director also directed “The Beautiful Girls,” a 2013 documentary about the life of a blind woman in Barcelona, which was released in the US in 2017.
The filmmaker’s film, “Abandoned in Love,” which focuses on the lives of two men who are married and live together, is set for release in the UK on June 1.
The documentary, which explores the lives and love of couples with different disabilities, will be available on Netflix in the U.K. and Spain later this year.