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Sólo mía (2001)

A women meets a charming man and falls in love, they get married and start a family. As they age and have children, the man's becomes violent and abusive.

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Javier Balaguer

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Javier Balaguer (screenplay), Álvaro García Mohedano (screenplay)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Sergi López ... Joaquín
Paz Vega ... Angela
Elvira Mínguez ... Andrea
Alberto Jiménez ... Alejandro
María José Alfonso ... Madre Ángela
Beatriz Bergamín Beatriz Bergamín ... Cuñada Ángela
Asunción Balaguer ... Tía Ángela
Ginés García Millán ... Hermano Ángela
Blanca Portillo ... Abogada
Luis Hostalot Luis Hostalot ... Abogado
Borja Elgea Borja Elgea ... Ramón
Mario Martín Mario Martín
Myriam De Maeztu Myriam De Maeztu ... Jueza
Arantxa de Juan ... (as Arancha De Juan)
Yaiza Esteve
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First we hear then we see, in black and white, an argument between a man and woman. In a series of flashbacks in color, we see them meet, marry, and expect a child soon after. He turns abusive: he's Joaquín, an ad executive with a temper; she's Angela, a receptionist when they meet. The relationship unravels as each incident is more damaging. Angela's friend and confident is the wife of Joaquín's boss, so their problems spill into his work. He refuses to seek help. As he gets more threatening, the law does little. Is one or the other's death the only way this can end? And the flashbacks, where do they originate? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

31 October 2001 (Spain) See more »

Also Known As:

Enyém vagy See more »

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Excellent commentary on Spainsh gender and social culture
8 December 2004 | by bjorkplutoSee all my reviews

Paz Vega is just as famous as Penelope Cruz in Spain. Vega was excellent in the film Sex with Lucia and now she shines in Solo Mia. Solo Mia is excellent it shows the humiliation and the torture women experience due to domestic violence.Also, Solo Mia is very different from many Spainish films I have seen this movie is not about love or no latin lover this movie is about a cruel evil man Joquain played by Sergi Lopez that is insecure and hates his wife. Unlike typical North American movies on domestic violence Solo Mia goes BEYOND just showing Joquain beat his wife Angela once or twice this movie goes beneath your skin and SHOWS HOW HORRIBLE DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IS. Also, when Angela goes to court to get Joquain charged she learns Spainsh women have NO RIGHTS IN TERMS OF PROTECTING THEMSELVES FROM THEIR HUSBANDS. The movie also is a social commentary on Spainsh attitudes towards domestic violence but also about Spain's brtual sexism and misogyny against women. Paz Vega can now be seen in the Adam Sandler flick Spanglish but Vega is a true star already. I wish Vega great success in the future. I admire European cinema that doesn't sugar coat violence against women like North American films tend to do.


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