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10 December 2010 (Spain) See more »
A boy who tries to forget a girl, a story far more difficult to bear, especially when the girl you just separated from comes back again in each of the memories of your past and you feel that "all the love songs talk about me". | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Oriol Vila ... Ramiro

Bárbara Lennie ... Andrea
Ramon Fontserè ... Luismi

Ángela Cremonte ... Irene

Bruno Bergonzini ... Lucas

Eloy Azorín ... Nico
Valeria Alonso ... Silvia
Daniel Castro ... Gonzalo
Miriam Giovanelli ... Raquel

Rebeca Sala ... Bea

Isabelle Stoffel ... Chica librería
Sabrina Praga ... Vicky
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

David Trueba ... Concejal (uncredited)

Directed by
Jonás Trueba 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Daniel Gascón  written by
Jonás Trueba  written by

Produced by
Mariela Besuievsky .... executive producer
Gerardo Herrero .... producer
Javier López Blanco .... executive producer (as Javier López-Blanco)
Original Music by
Perico Sambeat 
Cinematography by
Santiago Racaj 
Film Editing by
Marta Velasco 
Casting by
Camilla-Valentine Isola 
Art Direction by
Miguel Ángel Rebollo 
Costume Design by
Laura Renau 
Makeup Department
Mónica Ballesta .... assistant hair stylist
Yael Fernández-Maquieira .... makeup artist (as Yael Fernández-Maqueira)
Kenyar Padilla .... hair stylist
Production Management
Javier Lafuente .... unit production manager
Iñaki Ros .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Aldonza Gómez .... assistant director
Llanos Gómez .... second assistant director
Paula López del Rosario .... third assistant director (as Paula López)
Luis Vidal .... trainee assistant director
Art Department
Cecilia Casares .... assistant art director
Frederic Fabrega .... graphics
Julio César Poblado .... props
Julio César Poblado .... set dresser
Oriel Pérez .... props
Sound Department
Eduardo Castro .... sound editor (as Eduardo G. Castro)
Eduardo Esquide .... sound (as Eduardo Esquide Jr.)
Eduardo Esquide .... sound
Álex F. Capilla .... foley artist
Patrick Ghislain .... foley mixer
Pablo Gil .... boom operator
Mario González .... mixer assistant
Miguel Muñoz Huete .... second sound editing assistant
Nacho Royo-Villanova .... re-recording mixer (as Ignacio Royo-Villanova)
Ricardo Viñas .... dolby sound consultant
Camera and Electrical Department
Daniel Bravo .... grip
Ricardo Cortés .... video assist
Josu Díaz de Cerio .... making-of
Carlos Andrés Garcés .... electrician
José Luis Gómez Santa Cruz .... gaffer
José Luis Gómez .... gaffer
Antonio López .... gaffer assistant
Marita Masía .... second assistant camera (as Marita Masia)
Jordi Monferrer .... assistant camera
Alejandro Pastor .... video assist
Javier Portabales .... electrician
Daniel Puyol .... electrician
Santiago Racaj .... camera operator
Guillermo Rodríguez .... still photographer
José Luis Torrecilla .... grip
Anselmo Villalba .... key grip
Casting Department
Héctor P. Adeva .... extras casting assistant (as Héctor Pérez)
Adriana Gil .... extras casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Lola Niveiro .... costume assistant
Nuria Varella .... assistant costume designer
Editorial Department
Olmo León .... assistant editor
Music Department
Enrique Jorques Llacer .... musician
Josvi Muñoz .... musician
Tono Ruano .... musician
Vicente Sabater .... music mixer
Perico Sambeat .... musician
Transportation Department
Iván Alepuz .... driver
Javier Cifuentes .... driver
Luis Espinosa .... driver
Diego Gismondi .... driver
Mario Luján .... driver
Denis Schiavo .... production driver
Other crew
Javier Cifuentes .... production trainee
Mamen Díaz .... second production assistant
Ramón Escolano .... security
Verónica Fernández .... cashier
Richard Fábrega .... production staff
Richard Fábrega .... security
Luis Galindo .... production assistant
Diego Gálvez .... third production assistant
Mauricio Lozano .... second production assistant
Óscar Mariné .... poster designer
Roberto Padilla .... stage manager
Avelina Prat .... script supervisor
Coralia Rosales .... production secretary
Aitana Sánchez .... production coordinator
Agustín Sánchez-Gil .... security
Héctor Ubón .... production assistant
Luis Alegre .... thanks
Maite Blasco .... thanks
Agustín Díaz Yanes .... thanks (as Agustín Díaz-Yanes)
Víctor García León .... thanks
Salvador García Ruiz .... thanks
José Luis García Sánchez .... thanks
Cristina Huete .... thanks
Miguel Ángel Lamata .... thanks
Alberto Lennie .... thanks
Luis Miguel Madrid .... thanks
Lola Mayo .... thanks
Juan Miñón .... thanks
Sigfrid Monleón .... thanks
Fernando Navarro .... thanks
Javier Rebollo .... thanks
Ana Risueño .... thanks
Félix Romeo .... thanks
Christina Rosenvinge .... thanks
Andrés Trapiello .... thanks
Irene Tremblay .... thanks
David Trueba .... thanks
Fernando Trueba .... thanks
Nacho Vegas .... thanks
Félix Viscarret .... thanks

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Also Known As:
"Every Song Is About Me" - International (English title) (festival title)
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107 min

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Captures the hard part of loving with heart and humor, 13 August 2016
Author: slowcloud from Miami, FL

What a strong debut! Jonas Trueba shows great confidence in handling that tenuous place in loving someone else from a place of ego without making our hero Ramiro (Oriol Vila) obnoxious or completely pathetic. The acting is great all around. There's a nice influence of Francois Truffaut going on with a few, sparse but insightful moments via voice over and an active camera that moves to the great jazzy score by Perico Sambeat. It builds toward a wonderful open- ended finale, following a heartbreaking monologue by Ramiro to his unreachable(?) love Andrea (Bárbara Lennie), which melds nicely with Sambeat's pièce de résistance: a chaotic yet moving instrumental. One of the best endings I've seen in a long time. It also recalls (500) Days of Summer without jumping back and forth through time. There are also jabs at other kinds of relationships -- from the purely superficial to the naive to apathetic-- and, bonus, lots of great jokes about the book store world where Ramiro works. This is a rich, well-drawn out film that hardly ever slacks, as it never compromises what a complex, inner problem it's trying to express. You should come in ready to tune into that wavelength and have some experience behind you to get these moments. Maybe I'm seeing at the right time.

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