Marcelo makes a living as a painter in a Buenos Aires square, with other street artists. Rejected and lonely as a result of his family's break up, he devotes himself to his girlfriend, and ... See full summary »

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Roly Serrano ...
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Guadalupe Martínez Uría
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Marcelo makes a living as a painter in a Buenos Aires square, with other street artists. Rejected and lonely as a result of his family's break up, he devotes himself to his girlfriend, and dreams of a happy future together with her. She, however, has other plans, which, along with Marcelo's discovery of the reasons for his family's separation, create increasing conflicts between them, and make Marcelo face reality more clearly. Written by Gonz30

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4 June 1998 (Argentina)  »

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One great and unforgettable movie, a lovable romantic comedy
8 June 2000 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

Plaza de Almas is an oasis in desert. I saw many movies in a year and it was refreshing to see this movie in a festival (CineSul, a latin movies festival). Fun, interesting - catching you since the first scene - well written and with charismatic characters it is a must see movie. A beautiful romantic comedy that remembers the brazilian "O Pequeno Dicionário Amoroso" but Plaza is better. More than a date movie, it touches everyone in their hearts. Many viewers will have a chance to see a different country and a different culture that will always have something similar to ours and the feelings are universal.


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