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Amo tu cama rica (1992)

Pedro goes out searching for a girl, but the night doesn't seem to be good. While he is talking with a friend, he sees Sara breaking up with a boy. He goes after her, and they end up ... See full summary »

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Martín Casariego (novel), Martín Casariego (screenplay) | 2 more credits »
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Credited cast:
Pere Ponce Pere Ponce ... Pedro
Ariadna Gil ... Sara
Cassen ... Padre
Lina Canalejas ... Madre
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Javier Bardem ... Antonio
Ayanta Barilli Ayanta Barilli ... Inés
Juan Botella Juan Botella ... Jaime
Roberto Cairo ... Camarero
Begonya Cano-Manuel Begonya Cano-Manuel ... Ana
Antonio Carmona Antonio Carmona ... Self
Martín Casariego Martín Casariego ... Admirador
Carmen Curra Carmen Curra ... Susi
Gabriel Garbisu Gabriel Garbisu ... Carlos
Ramón Goyanes Ramón Goyanes ... Javi
Cayetana Guillén Cuervo ... Lola (as Cayetana Guillen)
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Pedro goes out searching for a girl, but the night doesn't seem to be good. While he is talking with a friend, he sees Sara breaking up with a boy. He goes after her, and they end up sleeping in his house. Time goes by and they continue together. But Sara has too many men around and Pablo can't stand that. Their relation is difficult, they love each other but, at the same time, they can not be together. Written by <oscar.esteban@p4.virtual.encomix.com>

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Touching, funny comedy of manners
31 August 2004 | by joseanxSee all my reviews

Well crafted and very funny story, really a new working of the old "boy meets girl, boy loses girl,..." etc. cliché. Nothing you haven't seen before. But the cast goes around their plot so charmingly that you are really taken away. The film established Ariadna Gil as a major actress, was the first major role of Javier Bardem, and had some memorable contributions from Pere Ponce and the rest of the cast.

Infectious, entertaining, and with something really difficult to find in Spanish movies: A believable description of the country and its people. What you see is Spain in 1991, the director really manages to nail down the spirit of the time and the place.


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Country:

Spain

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

February 1992 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

A te isteni ágyad See more »

Filming Locations:

Madrid, Spain

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Color

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2.35 : 1
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