Everyone knows what direction to go if one morning the sky could be absolutely full of UFOs: run as fast that you can. However, what would happen should the invasion started while you are in the flat from the girl of your aspirations, the one you have just met?
Julio (Julian Villagran) – handsome, fit, and aging – wakes up to and including strange crack of light inching across an unfamiliar ceiling like a shadow in the Murnau film. The bedroom door is actually creaking open, but, to Julio’s palpable dismay, this isn’t his home, and it isn’t his bedroom. The comedy begins promptly, Julio’s brain clearly looking to recall the name associated with whoever is making individuals rattling sounds just outside inside kitchen. This turns out to become Julia (Michelle Jenner); Julio can’t remember the woman’s name, but she’s so gorgeous in her nightshirt and also panties that he’s more than willing to pretend he can easily. He shares with the woman an awkward coffee but fails to get her interested in maybe achieving this again. Then he tries to work with her computer to leave there, but finds that the net is down. So is the TELLY signal. So are the mobile phones. Julio and Julia run through a bunch of their usual tech crutches but nothing appears to be working. Then, out the window, there’s an answer: the flying saucer hovering above the location center is likely jamming all of the waves.
Neither the saucer nor town center will ever be reached through the foggy-brained lovers. It would likely are the only sane reaction associated with any adult human, no matter how hungover, to hunker down and fortify in the instance of an unexplainable disaster. Julia and Julio do exactly that, but that shouldn’t suggest that Vigalondo considers either advisors particularly sane. The sly point of needing the aliens around is that no matter exactly what new adversities we normal humans must face, we’re bound to convert them into comedies involving errors. Maybe, Vigalondo likes to advocate, the aliens above town are smart enough to understand this: with a minimum connected with effort, they can neutralize you by playing on our own fears. They just hover there ominously and loose time waiting for the humans to stew amongst themselves so long that they can’t resist bringing out their guns and the bombs.
The bombs in Extraterrestrial are typical homemade, supplied by Julia’s partner, Angel (Carlos Areces), a shifty conspiracy theorist who appears unexpectedly and closely resembles the sort of guy who gets away from on apocalyptic horror films: he invites the invasion as it will give him to be able to prove his manhood. Needless to say, Julia is very careful and keep from him the truth that, the previous night along with Julio, she robbed him of it a couple of times over. Angel obliviously invites Julio to keep with him and Julia to attend out the potential unfamiliar attack. For one thing, no compassionate person could let another travel across town with an invasion going on. For another, it’s always beneficial to obtain another person around pertaining to defensive purposes. But it’s the downside of getting two men in a family house with only one female that interests Vigalondo.