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Otros días vendrán (2005)

Not Rated | | Drama | 7 October 2005 (Spain)
Alicia is a high school teacher and a single mom who is not lucky with love. To escape her dull life she spends a great deal of time "chatting" online where she hooks up with a teenager who... See full summary »

Director:

Eduard Cortés
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Cecilia Roth ... Alicia
Antonio Resines ... Luis
Fernando Guillén ... Lucas
Nadia de Santiago ... Vega
Álex Angulo ... Miguel
Nacho Aldeguer ... Zak / Javi
Georgina Latre Georgina Latre ... Susi
Reyes Calzado Reyes Calzado ... Ana
Stephanie Fanny Stephanie Fanny ... Tania
Juan Viadas Juan Viadas ... Director instituto (as Joan Viadas)
Fanny de Castro Fanny de Castro ... Clienta Almacén (as Fanny Castro)
Tony Fuentes Tony Fuentes ... Policía municipal
Chuen Lam Chuen Lam ... Narrador tienda china
Eduardo Marchi Eduardo Marchi ... Ambrosio
Eva Pont Eva Pont ... Dependienta Luis
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Storyline

Alicia is a high school teacher and a single mom who is not lucky with love. To escape her dull life she spends a great deal of time "chatting" online where she hooks up with a teenager who seems expert in sexual matters. She foolishly meets with him without imagining the tragic consequences this affair will bring upon both their lives. Little will Alicia know how this prohibitive and passionate relationship will end up haunting her forever.

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Drama

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Country:

Spain

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

7 October 2005 (Spain) See more »

Also Known As:

Jönnek majd szebb napok See more »

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Dolby Digital

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Color
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Written by Maurice Williams
Performed by Jackson Browne
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Life after making mistakes
27 November 2016 | by arzkalSee all my reviews

Very good movie. Intelligent, well written and acted. About common people making mistakes and surviving them with eventually time to reflect that life is worth living. Not a boring lecture: just life as common as it is, but always verging on situations that can destroy it if an effort is not made to go on. The pace is a metaphor of the pace of daily life, not fast not slow. The acting is excellent including the teenage actors, all of them. Cecilia Roth is a veteran thus she delivers, always. Antonio Resines an excellent, character actor, as the grieving father. The contrast between the father figures is part of a sub-theme: absent-fathers (that of the teenage girl,) distant- fathers (that of Alicia,)dedicated-fathers (that of Zak-Javi and of the sick girl.) I recommend this movie.


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