Either something has been lost in translation, or 2001 was a particularly weak year for Spanish movies. How else to explain the fact that this tiresome comedy about the struggle over one sinner's soul nabbed 11 Goya Award nominations? The settings are Heaven, Hell and points in between. Heaven looks exactly like Paris, or rather a dreamy, black-and-white vision of Paris as imagined by Lola Nevado (Victoria Abril), an angel who lives blissfully within her fondest fantasy: She's the popular chanteuse at a swank pre-WWII nightclub. But the overhead in Heaven is high, and with so few souls deserving to pass through the pearly gates, Paradise is in danger of shutting down...