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The Blue Room (2002)

La habitación azul (original title)
A couple meet each other often in a motel room.

Director:

Walter Doehner

Writers:

Walter Doehner (screenplay), Vicente Leñero (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Credited cast:
Juan Manuel Bernal ... Antonio
Patricia Llaca Patricia Llaca ... Andrea
Elena Anaya ... Ana
Mario Iván Martínez ... Nicolás
Margarita Sanz ... Dora
Damián Alcázar ... Garduño
José María Yazpik ... Roberto
Amor Huerta Amor Huerta ... Mariana
Joaquín Cosio ... Maestro de Obras
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Marco Antonio Aguirre Marco Antonio Aguirre ... Güicho el mudo
Enrique Arreola
Carolina Politi
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Storyline

Toño (Juan Manuel Bernal) and his wife, Ana (Elena Anaya), decide to return to the town of Toño's parents after a long stay in Mexico City. But things get complicated little by little when Toño meets again with Andrea (Patricia Llaca), a friend of the time of the institute, because they unchain the desires that both had repressed when they were adolescents. Their passion brings them to places never explored while, in the town, the rumors are not made to wait. Written by Roger Nevares

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Drama | Romance

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The Room is actually blue in color. See more »

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Predictable finale
10 April 2003 | by not5erfSee all my reviews

The movie takes place in a little town in Mexico where two friends meet after ten years, they are both married now and one of them works for his Mom in a little country store and the other one starts seeing his wife after one meeting in the woods. the movie starts to build up after one of the friends is caught and questioned by the police for murder? As a Mexican film fan, we are always bound to look for a improvement in the mexican scene, mostly because either movies are about sex or drugs, and that is not what the whole country is about. Aside from the fact that this movie deals with some sex scenes that rule the outcome of the movie, I was disappointed to "see" the ending long before it happened, and even though you get a great feeling for your premonition powers you also get an uneasy feeling of "deja vu", not that the acting isn't worth it, it just doesn't fill your expectations.


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Country:

Mexico

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

4 May 2002 (Mexico) See more »

Also Known As:

Blekitny pokój See more »

Filming Locations:

El Chico, Hidalgo, Mexico See more »

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Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$6,124,122
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Technical Specs

Color:

Color
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