It’s only October, but the network’s annual black-tie New Year’s Eve spectacular has already been in production for a grueling week and a half, and setbacks continue to accumulate. A falling crane has just taken out an extra, and the show’s hosts are at each other’s throats. Oversexed pop sensation Adán (Mario Casas) discovers he’s been duped by a semen thief, while legendary divo Alphonso (real-life singer Raphael) is stalked by an armed and unstable would-be songwriter (Jaime Ordóñez) who’s disgruntled after years of rejection.
Meanwhile, just outside the studio, riot police move in as demonstrators demand the arrest of the shows corrupt producer (Santiago Segura). My Big Night is a frenetic brew of Fellini, Altman and Almodóvar, building steadily toward a finale that’s a grand collapse into utter chaos.
Rafa (Dani Rovira) is a young Andalusian gentleman has not had to ever leaving his native Seville to get all that matters in life: the thin, the hair gel and women. Then one day everything changes when the first woman who resists his charms: Amaia (Clara Lago) a Basque. Determined to conquer, Rafa travels to a village in the deep Basque Country, where to Amaia case you should do some Basque impersonate. Rafa will then be renamed Antxon, Basque name that also decides to accompany a few Basque surnames: Arguiñano, Igartiburu, Erentxun, Gabilondo, Urdangarin, Otegi, Zubizarreta and… Clemente.