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Mi abuelo, mi papá y yo (2005)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama, Romance | 22 September 2006 (Panama)
This movie tells about three different kinds of love: teenage love, marriage love, and mature love, each one represented by three men: Óscar, Eduardo and Rubén, respectively. Óscar falls in... See full summary »




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Credited cast:
Miguel Varoni ... Eduardo
Jaime Barbini ... Rubén
Juan Fernando Sánchez ... Óscar
Maria Helena Doering ... Esperanza Arias
Patricia Ercole ... Myriam
Adelina Guerrero ... Elizabeth
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Fernando Arevalo ... Priest
Rafael Cardozo ... Alvarez
Fernando Corredor ... Roque
Daniela Garcia ... Lilia
Herbert King ... Don Calixto
Fernando Lara ... Car buyer
Marco Antonio Lopez ... Marcos
Ricardo Moreno ... Master Granados
Adriana Osorio ... Yiyi


This movie tells about three different kinds of love: teenage love, marriage love, and mature love, each one represented by three men: Óscar, Eduardo and Rubén, respectively. Óscar falls in love with his new neighbor, Elizabeth; Eduardo, Óscar's father, loves Myriam, but they divorce when he realizes his wife doesn't love him anymore; and Rubén, Eduardo's father, is in love with an old ex-job partner, Esperanza Arias. These three men find out that love is sometimes an obstacle, and these three women find out that perfect men only live in women's imagination. Written by ivanreina

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... because perfect men only exist in women's imagination


Comedy | Drama | Romance


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22 September 2006 (Panama)  »

Also Known As:

My Grandfather, My Father and I  »

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Myriam's hands position between shots during a conversation with Eduardo in front of a window. See more »


Myriam: [to Eduardo] I discovered I don't love you anymore.
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What a waste of time.
18 July 2015 | by See all my reviews

This film appeared to be a nice comedy based on the user ratings, so I decided to check it out. Wow, was this thing awful, seriously.

I give it 3 of 10 just for the effort to make a film, but it probably does not even deserve that. Some of the ideas of the film seem good, but the direction, development, and acting were really bad. Varoni was the worst, yet he was great in "Ladrón que roba a ladrón"(a very good comedy). The timing, the music score, everything made this film look like it was developed for those 12 and under.

As a Spanish instructor, I like to show a good Spanish language comedy to college students learning the language, as it tends to keep them interested. This film does have easy to read English subtitles, and the language is easy enough to understand, but it is not a good film, and a waste of 90 minutes of one's time.

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