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El diario de Carlota (2010)

17-year-old Carlota is in love with an athlete named Oriol but discovers sex with Sergio, every mother's ideal son-in-law. Carlota is in big trouble but neither her parents (who are ... See full summary »

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Cast

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Lydia Fairén ...
Elisa
Lorena Mateo ...
Mireia
David Castillo ...
Sergio
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Oriol (as Marcel Borrás)
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Marcos
Ana Rayo ...
Nuria
Sergio Parralejo ...
Durán
Benito Sagredo ...
Gregorio
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Manuel
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Lucas
José Luis Alcobendas ...
Entrenador Oriol
Jaime García-Manzanares Valero ...
Jose
Guillermo Eced ...
Charly
Miriam Rodrigo ...
Paula
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17-year-old Carlota is in love with an athlete named Oriol but discovers sex with Sergio, every mother's ideal son-in-law. Carlota is in big trouble but neither her parents (who are separating) nor her best friends (Elisa and Mirea) can help her. Among other reasons, because Elisa disguises herself as a boy so she can get close to Lucas, who she is madly in love with, and because Mirea intends to seduce young Oriol, thus betraying her best friend. Written by Anonymous

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Who said being 17 was easy?

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Comedy | Family

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23 July 2010 (Spain)  »

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The Girls
Written and Performed by Gerardo Carrera
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Awful, so bad it's embarrassing
3 April 2015 | by See all my reviews

I saw this film because I was looking for representations of teenagers in Spanish cinema. The storyline sounds promising but unfortunately the main character is so rude (imagine Annie after taking drugs!) that after a few minutes you don't care what's going to happen to her. This film is so boring I had to force myself to finish it. I have seen many Spanish movies but I didn't know any of these actors, I wonder if they are professional or amateurs. The acting is ridiculous, the dialogues don't make sense and the shots are awful and completely atrocious. Waste of time. It is not a good example of contemporary Spanish cinema. I have recently seen some films (mainly comedies) of this period and genre, and this is the worst of them all.


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