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I Know Who You Are (2000)

Sé quién eres (original title)
PG-13 | | Drama, Thriller | 7 April 2000 (Spain)
Paloma is a young psychiatrist, who is hired to work as a director of a clinic in Galicia, and is attracted to Mario, her very first patient. He suffers from a rare form of amnesia, ... See full summary »


Patricia Ferreira


Patricia Ferreira (adaptation), Daniela Féjerman | 3 more credits »
10 wins & 2 nominations. See more awards »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Miguel Ángel Solá ... Mario
Ana Fernández ... Paloma
Roberto Enríquez ... Álvaro
Ingrid Rubio ... Coro
Manuel Manquiña ... Ginés
Mercedes Sampietro ... Marisa
Héctor Alterio ... Salgado
Jordi Dauder ... Sánchez
Vicky Peña ... Sarah
Gonzalo Uriarte Gonzalo Uriarte ... Megía
María Bouzas María Bouzas ... Encarna
Xavier Estévez Xavier Estévez ... Jaime
Luis Tosar ... Estévez
Carlos Blanco Carlos Blanco ... Casal
Santi Prego Santi Prego ... Chito


Paloma is a young psychiatrist, who is hired to work as a director of a clinic in Galicia, and is attracted to Mario, her very first patient. He suffers from a rare form of amnesia, commonly known as Korsakov's syndrome. As a result, both his short and long term memories are affected, and he has temporary lapses of perception. However, Paloma finds Mario to be a fascinating individual, not just a regular patient. Intrigued, she decides to explore Mario's past and, through their dialogues, their relationship takes an unexpected turn. Written by ElianaG

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Drama | Thriller


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Spain | Argentina



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7 April 2000 (Spain) See more »

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At the beginning of the film, Paloma watches Mario undress on the beach and Mario gets rid of his trousers and ends up fully naked. After showing surprise at the sight, she takes a second look out of the window and we see Mario taking off his trousers again. See more »

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Horribly clichéd.
29 August 2000 | by The TruthSee all my reviews

During the last couple of years Spain has produced such an amount of quality films, that it is almost inevitable for a film like Sé quién eres to hit the screens. Still, it is sad to see that a film doesn't have to be made in the USA for it to feature every possible Hollywood cliché. Sé quién eres is a thriller in which a female doctor examines a man who has lost his memory due to some horrible experience he had in the seventies. Sound familiar? Well, after the typical premise Sé quién eres follows the conventions of the genre so faithfully, that the audience can at any time guess what is going to happen next. The only original and interesting aspect of the film are the references to the past of Spain, and to the terrorism during the Franco dictatorship. Sadly, this theme is left undeveloped, while it might have been made into a interesting political thriller - something Sé quién eres is not.

To sum it up: if the language of Sé quién eres would be changed from Spanish to American English, nobody would notice the difference.

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