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Every Stewardess Goes to Heaven (2002)

Todas las azafatas van al cielo (original title)
This is the story of Julián, an ophthalmologist who is upset due his wife recent death (a flight-attendant) and Teresa (an unhappy stewardess). Julián travels to Ushuaia, where he met his ... See full summary »

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Daniel Burman
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Alfredo Casero ... Julián
Florencia Loj Florencia Loj ... Esposa Julián
Valentina Akiyama Valentina Akiyama ... Nina oriental
Sergio Boris Sergio Boris ... Paciente
Ingrid Rubio ... Teresa
Norma Aleandro ... Madre de Teresa
Kayne Di Pilato Kayne Di Pilato ... Camila
Emilio Disi ... Señalero Álvarez - Grupo terrorista (as Emilio Dissi)
Sandra Sandrini Sandra Sandrini ... Empleada 'rent-a-car'
Nazareno Casero Nazareno Casero ... Concerje
Daniel Burman ... Grupo Terrorista
Emiliano Torres Emiliano Torres ... Grupo Terrorista
Rodolfo Samsó Rodolfo Samsó ... Piloto (as Rodolfo "Alacrám" Samsó)
Marcelo Chaparro Marcelo Chaparro ... Co-piloto
Adrián Fondari Adrián Fondari ... Comisario de a bordo
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This is the story of Julián, an ophthalmologist who is upset due his wife recent death (a flight-attendant) and Teresa (an unhappy stewardess). Julián travels to Ushuaia, where he met his wife, to scatter her ashes and to end his own life by staying out in the open till he is dead. In a sky resort lift rise he meets Teresa where she also is trying to kill her self in the same way. They decide to get a drink and they star to get interested in each other. They spend the whole night together and they say goodbye. She is late to work and blames Julian but when she gets to the airport she find out about there is a terrorist threat. Meanwhile Julian crashes his car and his hospitalized for a while and starts forgetting about suicide and wants to meet Teresa again. Destiny will get them together again. Written by Manuros72

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¿Quién Quiere Un Amor Con Los Pies En La Tierra?

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

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The hotel employee who teases Julián is Alfredo Casero's son, Nazareno Casero See more »

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A nice change of pace from other films in it's genre's
23 February 2006 | by MikeyDi23See all my reviews

I particularly enjoyed this movie. It came to a film festival close to where I live and although it was a very simple movie, it had a light-hearted yet meaningful feel to it. Sometimes simple is the best way to make a movie. Some movies are just too complicated nowadays. You can't have heavy, drama-filled movies all the time, this was a nice change of pace. I also enjoyed the semi-cynical view of death and the suffering that unsatisfied love brings to a person. I don't believe I've ever seen a movie quite like this one and since my primary language is English, it was truly refreshing to see an international film with such content.


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Country:

Spain | Argentina

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

21 March 2002 (Argentina) See more »

Also Known As:

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Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$104,241
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Dolby Digital

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Color

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2.35 : 1
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