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15 días contigo (2005)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama | 22 April 2005 (Spain)
The star-crossed romance between an ex-jailbird and a junkie.

Director:

Jesús Ponce

Writer:

Jesús Ponce
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3 wins & 3 nominations. See more awards »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Isabel Ampudia Isabel Ampudia ... Isabel
Sebastián Haro ... Rufo
Joan Dalmau ... Recepcionista hostal
Mercedes Hoyos ... Manuela
José María Peña José María Peña ... Camarero
Manuel José Chaves Manuel José Chaves ... Lolo (as Manuel José Chávez)
Lola Marmolejo Lola Marmolejo ... Lola
Pepa Díaz Meco Pepa Díaz Meco ... Monja
Manolo Solo ... Indigente
Paco Tous ... Funcionario 2
Iride Fontana Iride Fontana ... Dependienta (as Iride Barroso)
Joaquín Pellón Joaquín Pellón ... Empleado banco
Jesús Olmedo ... Conductor 1
Juan Motilla Juan Motilla ... Conductor 2
Isabel Tapia Isabel Tapia ... Policía 1
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Storyline

Isabel is a women who had just got her freedom back and the only thing she really know is that she doesn't want to lose it. That is the reason why she doesn't want to have any relation with nothing from her past, but things got complicated when and old friend called Rufo appears at her life. This creates an internal conflict for Isabel because Rufo gives her affect, company and some important life lessons, but also, she has the feeling that he isn't the right partner. Written by Gracia Hernández

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ex convict | drug addict | beggar | See All (3) »

Genres:

Comedy | Drama

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Country:

Spain

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

22 April 2005 (Spain) See more »

Also Known As:

15 meres mazi sou See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Incompetence everywhere...
15 November 2006 | by rainking_esSee all my reviews

1) If you want to make a movie that deals with social realism it's quite important that the audience identify with the characters that are being portrayed. 2) The audience can't identify with characters that are highly stereotyped or with situations that are to obvious. 3) If you got a bad actor then you can't build any character. Anyway, even if you got nice actors their job will result ridiculous if you force them to speak with a fictitious Andalusian accent.

Jesús Ponce ignores those 3 points and also makes some cheap jokes that are completely out of place. His script is so predictable: a woman comes out of prison, she meets his old junkie boyfriend, life's tough, etc. Whatever, the fact that the story is everything but original wouldn't be that bad if only Ponce weren't a complete incompetent writing and filming.

I wonder how long will they keep giving money from our taxes to make movies such as this one.

*My rate: 3/10


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