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Stockholm (2013)

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It starts with a guy trying to get a girl he met at a party to like him. She refuses but he doesn't give up and story continues in a long and interesting conversation between them during which he manages to gain her attention.

Directors:

Borja Soler (co-director), Rodrigo Sorogoyen (co-director)

Writers:

Isabel Peña (screenplay), Rodrigo Sorogoyen (screenplay)
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Cast overview:
Javier Pereira ... Él
Aura Garrido ... Ella
Jesús Caba Jesús Caba ... Amigo
Susana Abaitua Susana Abaitua ... Amiga 1
Lorena Mateo Lorena Mateo ... Amiga 2
Miriam Marco Miriam Marco ... Amiga 3
Helena Sanchis-Guarner Helena Sanchis-Guarner ... Chica
Javier Santiago Javier Santiago ... Chico
Daniel Jiménez Daniel Jiménez ... Borracho
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It starts with a guy trying to get a girl he met at a party to like him. She refuses but he doesn't give up and story continues in a long and interesting conversation between them during which he manages to gain her attention.

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party | discussion | lie | mirror | kiss | See All (17) »

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Drama | Romance

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The scene where the two leads argued over a set of keys was conceived that day on set, because the movie was running even shorter (the final cut is just 73 minutes long). See more »

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Referenced in Trece y medio (13½) (2014) See more »

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L'indienne
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Written and performed by Olivier Arson (as The Folding and the point)
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Low budget, decent, but not an exceptional film.
18 July 2016 | by BlissQuestSee all my reviews

This is a good film, but I would caution the viewer not to have high expectations. With no expectations, there's a chance you may walk away with an enjoyable experience. There is really nothing spectacular about this film except the fact that as the story progresses, one grows to loath a character who initially comes across as likable. The dialogue is borderline excessive imo, but a curiosity compels one to stick with it.

I think the reviews for this film would have probably been a higher if the story line followed a less typical format. I guess in actuality, there is no such thing as an original script or story. All patterns have been followed at one point in time or another. This was true almost 30 years ago in Fatal Attraction with Glenn Close and Micheal Douglas, but the writing, direction, and acting still brought a good enough twist to keep one glued to screen and for the film to win awards. I guess the counterargument here would be budget and star power, which is why I'm have not given the film a rating 6.


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Official Sites:

Official site [Spain]

Country:

Spain

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

8 November 2013 (Spain) See more »

Also Known As:

Estocolmo See more »

Filming Locations:

Madrid, Spain See more »

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Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$349,188
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1.85 : 1
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