A movie based on the hit songs by the popular italian singer Raffaella Carrà.

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Nacho Álvarez
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Ingrid García Jonsson ... María
Verónica Echegui ... Amparo
Fernando Guallar ... Pablo
Natalia Millán ... Rosa
Giuseppe Maggio Giuseppe Maggio ... Massimiliano
Fran Morcillo Fran Morcillo ... Lucas
Ainhoa Aierbe Ainhoa Aierbe ... Mabel
Pedro Casablanc ... Celedonio
Carlos Hipólito ... Ismael
Fernando Tejero ... Chimo
Ainara Arizu Ainara Arizu ... Azafata Roma
Sara Martín Aparicio Sara Martín Aparicio ... Azafata 1 / Bailarina 'Adiós amigo'
Eva Conde Eva Conde ... Azafata 2 / Bailarina 'Adiós amigo'
Malala Díaz Malala Díaz ... Pasajera
Joaquín Serrano Joaquín Serrano ... Pasajero Español
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1973. After to leave standing in the altar to her boyfriend Massimiliano in Rome, María is a Spanish woman who decides start again taking a flight to return Spain. Orphan, without family, money and resources, at her arrival to the Airport of Barajas of the City of Madrid (Madrid, center to Spain and country's capital) María meets Amparo, a funny, loudmouth, full of life and free-spirited woman who works as airport stewardess. Three months later María lives with Amparo working as another stewardess in Barajas, when she meets again Pablo, the man with who she stumbled at her arrival, which is looking for a lost suitcase. After he gives her his work address, the suitcase appears and María takes it to give it Pablo, learning that Pablo works in TVE (Televisión Española, only one Spanish TV channel at those times). There she meets Chimo, a womanizer producer determined to turn María in a star for the famous late show "Las Noches de Rosa" as one of the dancers. Having to go back to her work... Written by Chockys

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Vive El Fenómeno Musical


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In the scene where Chimo warns Maria about the new TV censor man, it can be seen a bottle of "Soberano" cognac. It's a popular beverage drink famous at those times for its old macho commercials. See more »

Quotes

Amparo: ¡Ole... Como una señora, muy bien dicho!
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References Muertos de risa (1999) See more »

Soundtracks

En el amor todo es empezar
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Written by Franco Bracardi (as F. Bracardi), Daniele Pace (as D. Pace) & Antonio Figueroa (as A. Figueroa)
Performed by Ana Guerra
Bass and Guitar by Juan Alberto Guevara
Arranged and programmed by Bruno Nicolsd
Executive produced by José Luis de la Peña (as Jose Luis de la Peña)
Engineered by Felipe Guevara
Master by Kevin Peterson (Mastering Palace)
Universal Music Spain, S.L.U.
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A great shot of energy, fun and enthusiasm in COVID times
7 October 2020 | by NachoGomezMSee all my reviews

This light musical comedy will make you spend a really enjoyable time with great music and an easygoing, but beautiful and full of energy, story.


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Country:

Spain | Italy

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

2 October 2020 (Spain) See more »

Also Known As:

My Heart Goes Boom! See more »

Filming Locations:

Madrid, Madrid, Spain See more »

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Budget:

EUR2,900,000 (estimated)
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Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.39 : 1
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