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Eva Santolaria ...
Valle
Antonio Hortelano ...
Quimi
Fernando Guillén Cuervo ...
Ray
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Sandro
Manuel Feijóo ...
Luismi Bárcenas (as Manuel Feijoo)
Julián González ...
César Vallalta
Melani Olivares ...
Paz (as Melanie Olivares)
Kako Larrañaga ...
Manny
Lara de Miguel ...
Sara
Nicolás Belmonte ...
Eloy Rubio Viñé
Virginia Rodríguez ...
Isabel
Ruth Núñez ...
Tanja
José Juan Rodrigo ...
Fabián
Pau Cólera ...
Chava
María Garralón ...
Rocío
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School days
31 August 2004 | by (New York) – See all my reviews

This film from director Manuel Rios San Martin, working on his own material was a pleasant surprise. At least the movie is entertaining enough and devoid of all the heavy left wing politics so prevalent in most Spanish films.

This is a look at a group of friends who went to the same school together. At the beginning of the film something tragic happens that will change the relationship among friends. Later, the film follows the lives of Valle and Quimi who have been sweethearts in school and now have grown apart.

The acting is good, in general. Eva Santolaria plays Valle, a gorgeous girl with a lot of ambition. Antonio Hortelano is Quimi, the man that loves Valle and will do anything for her. Also in the cast Fernando Guillen Cuervo playing a creepy art dealer and night club operator who wants Valle for himself. Sancho Gracia is Sandro the drug lord who is also after Valle's charms.

Watching the film on cable the only complaint is the erratic soundtrack that makes some intimate conversations at crucial moments almost inaudible.


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