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Release Date:
12 June 2003 (Argentina) See more »
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Mental illness and the power of friendship. Mara and Joaquín were childhood friends, next-door neighbors... See more » | Add synopsis »
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I Lucked Out Big Time, Beautifully See more (5 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)
Adrián Suar ... Joaquín
Leticia Brédice ... Mara
Alfredo Casero ... Cheche
Jorge Marrale ... Balbis
Juan Leyrado ... Ignacio
María Rosa Fugazot ... Elvira
Cristina Banegas ... Mabel
Marta Betoldi ... Silva
Alejandro Awada ... Director
Gabriel Correa ... Oscar
Eugenia Guerty ... Lucy
Juan Gil Navarro ... Fernando (as Juan Manuel Gil Navarro)
Diego Reinhold ... Marcio
Diamela Viani ... Brigitte
Franco Infantino ... Joaquín (8 años)
Laura Anders ... Mara (8 years old)
Ricky Pashkus ... Himself
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Marcelo Abbate ... Interno Neuevo
Walter Agüero ... Ladrón 2
Ronnie Arias ... Himself
Luis Armesto ... Juan
Antonio Bongiorno ... Policia 2
Ezequiel Circo ... Joaquín - 12 años
Vera Czemerinski ... Dora

Mónica Fleiderman ... Interna Sesión
Silvina Kukovis ... Madre
Analía Malvido ... Madro Joa
Jorge Noya ... Conductor Camioneta
Federico Posternak ... Esteban
Jorge Prado ... Policia 1
Fernando Roa ... Ladrón 1
Marina Verano ... Mara - 12 years old

Directed by
Daniel Barone 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Marcos Carnevale  writer
Marcela Guerty  writer
Adrián Suar  idea

Produced by
Fernando Blanco .... producer
Juan Pablo Galli .... executive producer
Adrián Suar .... producer
Juan Vera .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Iván Wyszogrod 
 
Cinematography by
Guillermo Zappino 
 
Film Editing by
Alejandro Alem 
Alejandro Parysow 
 
Art Direction by
Marianna Sourrouille 
 
Costume Design by
Lorena Díaz 
 
Makeup Department
Araceli Farace .... makeup artist
Delia Medinaseli .... assistant hair stylist
Delia Medinaseli .... assistant makeup artist
Néstor Pumar .... hair stylist
 
Production Management
Juan Lovece .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Ana Droeven .... assistant director
Mariana Gamboa .... second assistant director
Carola Jalife .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
Alfonso de Lazzari .... assistant art director
Christian Fabrezzi .... property master
Lucia Leschinsky .... assistant art director
 
Sound Department
Guido Berenblum .... dialogue editor
Nicolás Cecinini .... sound effects editor
Adrián De Michele .... sound
Mario Faucher .... stereo sound consultant: Dolby
Aníbal Girbal .... sound
Maximiliano Gorriti .... sound mixer
Diego Oliva .... sound
Andres Plat .... sound effects editor
Guillermo Rodríguez .... foley artist
Santiago Rodríguez .... sound editor
 
Special Effects by
Christian Gruaz .... special effects makeup
 
Camera and Electrical Department
José Cangelosi .... grip
José Carrizo .... generator operator
Jonás Costa .... assistant camera
Pablo Desanzo .... focus puller
Matías Mesa .... Steadicam operator
Matías Mesa .... underwater camera operator
Matías Monti .... electrician
Martín Nico .... gaffer
Libio Pensaballe .... still photographer (as Libio Pensavalle)
José Peón .... assistant camera
José Peón .... video assist operator
Acho Piñeiro .... electrician
Gabriel Quevedo .... assistant Steadicam operator
Pablo Zubizarreta .... camera operator
Héctor Álvarez .... chief electrician
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Agustina Guazzone .... costume assistant
Luciana Guazzone .... costume assistant
María Navarro .... seamstress
 
Editorial Department
Alberto Acevedo .... color timer
Gonzalo Arias .... assistant editor
Héctor Belvedere .... negative cutter
Lautaro Colace .... assistant editor
Inés Cullen .... colorist
Daniel Garin .... negative cutter
Juan Pablo Lloret .... assistant editor
Santiago Parysow .... assistant editor
 
Music Department
Juan Blas Caballero .... music mixer
Iván Wyszogrod .... music mixer
 
Transportation Department
Pedro Porcu .... transportation coordinator
 
Other crew
Analia Barone .... production administrator
Patricia Bosse .... production administrator
Marcos Hernández .... location manager
Pablo Ingercher Casas .... production coordinator
Carola Jalife .... continuity
Ezequiel Londinsky .... production assistant
Natalia Martin .... production assistant
Diego Miglioranza .... production accountant
Ricky Pashkus .... choreographer
Federico Posternak .... assistant location manager
Romina Tamburrino .... production administrator
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"When Somebody Loves Me" - USA (informal English alternative title)
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Argentina:110 min
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4 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
I Lucked Out Big Time, Beautifully, 16 April 2006
Author: antidonnie from United States

El Día que me amen (When Somebody Loves Me) was put on my queue out of random, why? I forgot. Something attracted me to this foreign film, that only a selected few has heard of. So then, I got it in the mail; I didn't know what was to come. The only insight I had was what I got from its official site. I watched it, right, at first I kinda just sat there as the credits rolled on, then it started to dawn on me that this could be the film I was looking for. The film that I wasn't intentionally trying to look for. My intentions were to stray away from Hollywood's corrupted ways into the more independent path...from other countries and so on. Out of sure luck, the first film that came to me happened to be my inspiration to further continue on with this. Next thing you know I writing down a full list of foreign films that seemed appealing, and the only thing I had to do next was hit "add to queue".

What this film is about. Joaquin is a young man who continues living in the house of his father, locked up in his room. He suffers from deep depression that was cast on him by past events. It seemed at the time that nobody could help him to surpass this suicidal depression. Not even Balbis, the psychoanalyst, who Joaquin continues to see over the next two years. Mara, a talented actress, returns to Buenos Aires after living with her father, and after she disappeared with any word. She returns from her escape, but already nothing is like was it was when she left...her house, her mother, her childhood memories... Nevertheless, when she comes across her previous childhood friend Joaquin again, their lives give in to an unexpected turn. In ways of old and new times of friendship, past and current moments of romance, opposites attracting, giving one another what they need to survive in this dark world.

There's really no right or wrong way to put it, this film brought to me a different side of things relating movies and films alike, and understanding how much I and everybody else have missed out on. Why I'm off wasting my time and money on these only "so- so" movies, and then so then they can make even more? Hollywood is now a shame to us all, and this movie proves it! In past times before the era of Hollywood you would get the big EPIC films that brought new lightening to our imagination. Take a piece of paper and jot down the movies we could've lived without, and then the ones that had honorably part to us. I guarantee you that one is much higher than the other, typical Hollywood.

I may be a little out of line here, but in other words, I really loved this film. One of the best I have ever seen. In some ways it's because I can highly relate to Joaquin and his condition. The reasons to it may be different, but nevertheless, despite his high-headed stubbornness, I have a real soft heart for him. Mara can be a bit of an airhead/slut at times, but you can't blame because she doesn't mean to, and she doesn't do it to hurt others. That's what makes her all the more lovable to me, and whether any of this comes to her or not she still is a good person, and pretty too, really pretty.

****/**** stars

Two Thumbs WAY Up! Beautiful! Wonderful! A Blessing to Us All and Everything Above!

El Día Que Me Amen (2003): Rated R for some language and sexual content

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