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Volverás (2002)

Ignacio (Unax Ugalde), a brilliant architectural student with a stable life, has not seen his troublesome older brother Carlos (Tristán Ulloa) for more than six years. When they meet again,... See full summary »

Writers:

Francisco Casavella (novel), Antonio Chavarrías (screenplay)
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7 wins & 4 nominations. See more awards »

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Credited cast:
Tristán Ulloa ... Carlos
Unax Ugalde ... Ignacio
Elizabeth Cervantes ... Marta
Joana Rañé Joana Rañé ... Claudia
Margarida Minguillón Margarida Minguillón ... Madre (as Margarita Minguillón)
Hermann Bonnín Hermann Bonnín ... Padre
Godoy Godoy ... Mendoza
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Felix Bou Felix Bou ... Portero Discoteca
Tomás del Estal Tomás del Estal ... Lobo
Daniel Grao ... Andrés
Joaquín Gómez Joaquín Gómez ... Juan
Ferran Lahoz Ferran Lahoz
Marc Mercadé Marc Mercadé ... Carlos niño
Joan Nievas Joan Nievas ... Ignacio niño
Puchi Puchi ... Camarero
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Ignacio (Unax Ugalde), a brilliant architectural student with a stable life, has not seen his troublesome older brother Carlos (Tristán Ulloa) for more than six years. When they meet again, he finds out that Carlos has problems with the gambling debts, so he decides to try to help him, even putting his life in danger, before leaving with a scholarship that he has managed to go to study in Los Angeles. Written by lament

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Drama

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Country:

Spain | Mexico

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

4 October 2002 (Spain) See more »

Also Known As:

You'll Be Back See more »

Filming Locations:

Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain See more »

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Budget:

€2,540,000 (estimated)
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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A constant sense of danger
29 December 2003 | by pifasSee all my reviews

The great virtue in this film is the persistent sense that something pretty bad is on it's way. Volverás deals with danger in good shape, due to the focused performances by the main characters, two brothers who meet again several years later. One is a decaying gambler who ran out of luck (Carlos), and the other one is an aspiring architect who's gonna leave Spain soon for a scholarship in Los Angeles.

Since the very first scene in the movie, showing Carlos (the elder) pushing the limits of fear in his younger brother Nacho, the parameters are well defined as the risky one and the loving sibling whom adores, respects and obey him blindfold. By the time they get together as adults some crazy things has passed in their lives, and this sets the fuse in a dynamite that comes from the mix of two volatile elements attached by blood. Carlos owes a lot of money, Nacho is still living with their wealthy parents, and both are engaged in strange relationships; when destiny make them cross paths, the clouds of tragedy comes even blacker.

Volverás is a strong thriller because it works as a noir fable about true identity, brotherhood, and sticking to a risky self chosen life. Also, the twists in the plot are clever enough to capture our attention and even if the storyline doesn't restrain itself from being a little bit predictable -but never boring-, is the ever present feeling of something terrible coming along that makes this movie one above the rest of many others and worth watching.


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