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El diario de Carlota (2010)

17-year-old Carlota is in love with an athlete named Oriol but discovers sex with Sergio, every mother's ideal son-in-law. Carlota is in big trouble but neither her parents (who are ... See full summary »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Andrea Ros ... Carlota
Lydia Fairén Lydia Fairén ... Elisa
Lorena Mateo Lorena Mateo ... Mireia
David Castillo David Castillo ... Sergio
Marcel Borràs ... Oriol (as Marcel Borrás)
Omar Muñoz ... Marcos
Ana Rayo Ana Rayo ... Nuria
Sergio Parralejo Sergio Parralejo ... Durán
Benito Sagredo Benito Sagredo ... Gregorio
Luis Callejo ... Manuel
Maxi Iglesias ... Lucas
José Luis Alcobendas José Luis Alcobendas ... Entrenador Oriol
Jaime García-Manzanares Valero Jaime García-Manzanares Valero ... Jose
Guillermo Eced Guillermo Eced ... Charly
Miriam Rodrigo Miriam Rodrigo ... Paula
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17-year-old Carlota is in love with an athlete named Oriol but discovers sex with Sergio, every mother's ideal son-in-law. Carlota is in big trouble but neither her parents (who are separating) nor her best friends (Elisa and Mirea) can help her. Among other reasons, because Elisa disguises herself as a boy so she can get close to Lucas, who she is madly in love with, and because Mirea intends to seduce young Oriol, thus betraying her best friend. Written by Anonymous

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Who said being 17 was easy?

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Comedy | Family

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Country:

Spain

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

23 July 2010 (Spain) See more »

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L'avenir
Written by Alexandre Lacaze and Enrique del Río (as E. del Río)
Performed by L'Avalanche
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Sweet coming-of-age type story
6 April 2011 | by joysetteSee all my reviews

Saw this at the Chicago Latino Film Festival and it's worth a watch. Carlota breaks up with her boyfriend and decides to start a diary/manual as she tries to clear her head about love, relationships, and sex. The movie offers plenty of laughs and sweet moments, though it does sort of lose a bit of steam about halfway through.

My biggest criticism is that though it was Carlota's diary, the movie was also trying to include subplots of her two best friends that didn't quite get enough attention. I would have liked to see a little bit more about the surrounding events.

All in all, this was a sweet and entertaining film.


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