Don’t Blame Karma! 2022 Movie Review
Don’t Blame Karma (¿Qué culpa tiene el karma?) is an upcoming Mexican romantic comedy film set to be released on Netflix this month. It is directed by Elisa Miller and based on a story written by Laura Nortan. The screenplay is co-written by Fernanda Eguiarte and Marcelo Tobar. The film will have a runtime of about 1 hour and 25 minutes.
The story follows Sara, who is a frustrated fashion designer and blames karma for her bad luck. Fate will put her face to face with her sister, Lucy, who enjoys very different luck, and in a series of events and reunions that will lead her to make a radical decision. The plot sounds like a comedy with a heartfelt ending.
The cast of the film includes Aislinn Derbez as Sara, Gil Cerezo, Renata Notni as Lucy Notni, Giuseppe Gamba, Miriam de Jesús Chi Chim, Carmen Madrid, Mauricio García Lozano, Carlos Morett and Romina Montalvo.
When her younger sister and high-school crush get engaged, Sara must find out whether her alleged bad luck is the real culprit behind her misfortunes. Sara is a frustrated fashion designer who blames karma for her bad luck. She assumes this after an involuntary curse from her beautiful and successful sister Lucy during their childhood.
As she struggles to keep her souvenir business in Mérida afloat, her stability is lost when Aarón, her former crush & best friend and now a super famous musician comes back in the most unexpected way. As a usual coincidence, Aarón will marry her sister Lucy after just a few weeks of engagement.
Sara will have to face her bad karma and overcome the loss of her former teen love as she receives the visit of her online boyfriend, Roberto and her parents who are about to end their marriage due to her mother’s desire to have an open relationship.