The Good Life (Spanish: La buena vida) is a 2008 Chilean drama film directed by Andrés Wood and written by Mamoun Hassan. The film won the 2008 Goya Award for Best Foreign Film in the Spanish Language.
, 1h34 Réalisé parAndrés Wood GenresDrame ThèmesSexualité, Erotique, Prostitution, Thriller érotique ActeursPatricia López - Menadier, Mariana Loyola Note65% The film is about infighting between visiting prostitutes and fishermen's wives in a small fishing village in rural Southern Chile that has become greedy and crazy for Chilean abalone. In Spanish the word loco has the dual meaning of Chilean abalone and crazy. The film's tagline was "Amor y avaricia en un mundo de buzos y moluscos" (Spanish for: Love and greed in a world of scuba and mollusks). The film's title in German was Das Loco-Fieber and English Loco Fever. In the film all hell breaks loose when the Chilean government temporarily lifts the ban on the collection of the Chilean abalone, a mollusk with aphrodisiacal effects.