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Germanes (2012)

Three sisters meet in their childhood home with their mother after their father's death. After a year they meet again in the same house with another piece of news that will put the family to the test.

Director:

Carol López

Writers:

Carol López (adaptation), Carol López (play) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Nora Navas ... Irene
Maria Lanau ... Inés
Aina Clotet ... Ivonne
Amparo Fernández Amparo Fernández ... Isabel
Paul Berrondo ... Àlex
Marcel Borràs ... Igor
Andrés Herrera ... Eduard Escolar
Carles Flavià Carles Flavià ... Capellà
Ernesto Collado Ernesto Collado ... Funcionari pompes (voice)
Xavier Ruano Xavier Ruano ... Senyor aperitiu
Xus Estruch Xus Estruch ... Germana Isabel
Carles Sanjaime Carles Sanjaime ... Ignasi (as Carles San Jaime)
Salvador Ferrer Salvador Ferrer ... Dj Milonga (as Salva Ferrer)
Juan Corrá Juan Corrá ... Jutge
Adrián Figueroa Adrián Figueroa ... Botiguer
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Storyline

The tale focuses on two specific days: the day of the burial of the father of the protagonists, in which they all meet in the mother's house and show the problems that each has; and just a year later, on the anniversary of the father's death, when the mother quotes them to inform them that she wants to sell the family residence. One of the three sisters, however, also has another piece of news to communicate, which will further shake the family and which they will have to face. Written by Elpuntavui

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Genres:

Comedy | Drama

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Country:

Spain

Language:

Catalan | Spanish

Release Date:

8 January 2012 (Spain) See more »

Also Known As:

Kız Kardeşler See more »

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