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La mujer de mi hermano (2005)

R | | Drama | 21 April 2006 (USA)
Unable to get intimate with her husband of 10 years, a woman embarks on a steamy affair with his brother.

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Cast

Credited cast:
... Zoe / Sonia
... Ignacio / Ishan
... Gonzalo / Rohan
... Laura / Lara
... Padre Santiago
... Boris
... Cristina
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Cristina Alcaíno ... Maria
Alexandre Yanez ... Doctor
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Storyline

Even though Zoe/Sonia has been married to Ignacio/Ishan for about a decade, they are unable to have children. She wants to be intimate but he prefers to be ready for intimacy on Saturdays only, and she gets physically drawn to his artistic brother, Gonzalo/Rohan. Then things get complicated for her after she tests positive for motherhood and finds that her husband may be gay. Written by rAjOo (gunwanti@hotmail.com)

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Rated R for sexuality and language | See all certifications »

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21 April 2006 (USA)  »

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A Beautiful Wife  »

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Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$1,018,750, 16 April 2006, Limited Release

Gross USA:

$2,804,642, 21 May 2006
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2.35 : 1
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Hindi Dubbed version named as Spanish Beauty See more »

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The baby's name was "Juan Ignacio" according the mail to Gonzalo, "we named him after dad" Ignacio writes in the mail, but when Cristina see the baby, she calls him "Jose Ignacio". See more »

Quotes

Zoe: It's my fault, I shouldn't have told him about the painting.
Gonzalo: It's not the painting. Money is something your husband has got more than enough of. The problem is that I painted it.
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Soundtracks

Doorie Sahi Jaye Na
Performed by Atif Aslam
Lyrics by Atif Aslam
Music by Aravind, Shankar
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People in Glass Houses Should Not Throw Stones.
6 May 2006 | by See all my reviews

Erotically-charged pot boiler has exotic beauty Barbara Mori yearning for love and passion from her cold and seemingly unfeeling husband (Christian Meier). They both want children, but it seems that Meier is unable to impregnate his wife. The fact that Meier will literally only make love to his wife on Saturday nights and would rather pleasure himself adds to their marital tension. Soon Mori starts hanging out with Meier's younger artist brother (Manolo Cardona). It appears immediately that their relationship is going beyond what it should. The womanizing Cardona (who makes it clear to girlfriend Gaby Espino that he is not interested in anything having to do with marriage or children) quickly starts his routine with Mori and she begins to fall for him as friction grows by leaps and bounds between the two brothers. Mori finds solace with gay friend Bruno Bichir who seems to be the most reliable male influence in her chaotic life. Soon everything becomes heated and complicated with Mori in the middle of an emotional firestorm that is about to consume all the players found within. Present fireworks are also met with past family secrets that come to the forefront. "La Mujer De Mi Hermano" ("My Brother's Wife") is a highly interesting feature-length soap opera (which actually makes sense considering Mori and Meier's professional backgrounds) that works due to Jaime Bayly's dominant script concerning failed Catholicism (priest Beto Cuevas being a major role player here) and forced family obligations in the Hispanic world (from Angelica Aragon who yearns for grandchildren from her two sons). First-time feature director Ricardo de Montreuil has a firm grasp on his story and he is not afraid to let Mori (who is breathtakingly gorgeous) dominate the action and be the central focus. An international flair all the way as the United States, Mexico, Peru, Chile and Colombia all had a hand in the final product. While flawed, it still produces sparks and definitely an extreme heat. 4 stars out of 5.


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