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Sin Palabras (2012)

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A Chinese immigrant in transit to the United States is lost in Bogotá. A Colombian young artist working as a clerk in a hardware store decides to help her. Language will stand in between.
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Cast

Credited cast:
Xuan Liao ...
Lian (rumored)
Javier Ortiz
Ada Vergara De Solano ...
Azucena (rumored)

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Storyline

Speechless tells the story of Lian, a young Chinese immigrant, who on her illegal journey to the United States is lost on a busy and unknown Bogota, Colombia. And Raul, a young employee of a hardware store who decides to help Lian. Together they will end up starring a one-day love story that transcends barriers of language and culture. Written by Anonymous

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Love is not something you say, is something yo do. See more »

Genres:

Drama | Romance

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Release Date:

2 November 2012 (Colombia)  »

Also Known As:

Speechless  »

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Budget:

$500,000 (estimated)
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16:9 HD
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Trivia

The actress that represents Azucena is Juan Pablo Solano (one of the film's producers) real mother. See more »

Soundtracks

Sin Palabras
Written by Andrés Felipe Bravo
Performed by Rafael Bonilla and Andrés Felipe Arce
Voice by Andrés Felipe Bravo
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a great movie to enjoy in family, friends and that special someone..
12 November 2012 | by (Colombia) – See all my reviews

speechless is a colombian movie that stands out for offering audiences a different choice of story aside from violence, drugs or poverty. it somehow refreshes the industry with a landscape of a Bogota different than the ones generally shown in the colombian films.

In it we find elements that bring you serenity and calm, the story offers the audience a sensation of mystery and hope, it keeps you focused and curious of what the Chinese character mean whenever she speaks since there are not subtitles through out the movie.

two characters with different stories and backgrounds, trying to help each other reaching their dreams, trying to outbreak the barriers of language and culture so they can finally surrender in their sudden and deep love.

it really is a movie that will fill you with hope and inspiration and leaves you thinking that sometimes love is all you need.


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