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31 Dias (31 Days) is the story of Eva (Irán Castillo), a young and beautiful psychologist and author of a series of self-help books about modern women and their love relationships. For her ... See full summary »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Irán Castillo ... Eva Sagarrondo
Lorenzo Balducci ... Adam di Melo
Alejandra Gollas ... Silvia
Antonio Gaona Antonio Gaona ... Pato
Karla Souza ... Mayra
Magdalena Caraballo Magdalena Caraballo ... Juliana (as Magdalena Caravallo)
Alberto Agnesi Alberto Agnesi ... Ruben
Pedro Mira Pedro Mira ... Mikela
Ivette González Valencia Ivette González Valencia ... Mujer Pareja 1
Victor Arturo Amezcua Serrano Victor Arturo Amezcua Serrano ... Hombre Pareja 1
Mónica Gorbea ... Mujer Pareja 2
Alejandro Torres Menchaca ... Hombre Pareja 2
Erendira Farga Erendira Farga ... Mujer Pareja 3
Diego Cohen ... Hombre Pareja 3
Martina Medina Amezcua ... Mujer Pareja 4


31 Dias (31 Days) is the story of Eva (Irán Castillo), a young and beautiful psychologist and author of a series of self-help books about modern women and their love relationships. For her next bestseller she has decided to prove her most daring theory: After the first 30 days together love ends, so the only way to have a meaningful relationship in this new millennium is to for the couple to part ways after the first month. At a magazine's photo session Eva meets Adam (Lorenzo Balducci), an attractive Italian photographer, and she decides he's perfect as her study subject. She will live a very intense relationship with Adam during 31 days, in order to prove her theory is right. However, what she is not aware of is that Adam is using all her own advice from her books in order to make her fall in love with him and teach her a lesson. What neither of them suspects is that they'll come to learn that love has no rules. Written by 31 Dias

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Till the contract do us part.


Comedy | Romance


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Irán Castillo had to commute from Guadalajara to Mexico City every weekend during the filming since she was also appearing as Dorothy in "El Mago de Oz 2010" stage production. See more »


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English spoken Mexican chick flick that doesn't work
3 July 2014 | by gomezjjSee all my reviews

Skip this one with no regrets. The simple boy-girl story and the acting could work if it were not for a fatal flaw. The Italian male lead is supposed to have resided in Mexico for a year. Yet, he does not speak a word of the local language. Would you believe this of a young, intelligent Italian photographer living and working in Mexico? I could not. Watching Irán Castillo and Lorenzo Balducci (as well as almost everyone else in the film) talking to each other in English just made no sense. This is probably due to the last minute casting of the Italian actor. I hope a better luck for first time director Erika Grediaga in her next movie. This one did not make it.

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11 January 2013 (Mexico) See more »

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Ajijic, Jalisco, Mexico See more »

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