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Loving (2017)

Amar (original title)
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Laura and Carlos love each other as if every day was the last, and perhaps that first love intensity is what will tear them apart a year later.

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Esteban Crespo
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
María Pedraza ... Laura
Pol Monen ... Carlos
Natalia Tena ... Merche
Greta Fernández Greta Fernández ... Lola
Maria Caballero Maria Caballero ... Marta (as María Caballero)
Paz Muñoz Paz Muñoz ... Susana
Jorge Silvestre ... El Moro
Fran Morales Fran Morales ... Brigante
Gustavo Salmerón ... Pablo
Antonio Valero ... Padre de Carlos
Sonia Almarcha ... Madre de Carlos
Nacho Fresneda ... Padre de Laura
Esther Ramos Esther Ramos ... Tia de Laura
Juli Mira Juli Mira ... Relojero
Marta Belenguer ... Madrastra de Laura
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Laura and Carlos love each other as if every day was the last, and perhaps that first love intensity is what will tear them apart a year later.

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Young love and its complications in modern day Spain.

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Drama | Romance

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Official Sites:

Avalon site | Official site

Country:

Spain

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

21 April 2017 (Spain) See more »

Also Known As:

Loving See more »

Company Credits

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Amar, Avalon, FILMEU See more »
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Color

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2.35 : 1
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Referenced in En la frontera: Episode #1.13 (2018) See more »

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Bland and lifeless
25 February 2019 | by ivans536See all my reviews

Although the movie has some good scenes and some of the dialogue is well written (like when teens talk to each other), the script overall is not good. We don't know a lot about characters as they are not well developed, we are not interested in them & everything that happens seems arbitrary. Although the direction is adequate and the use of light to mirror the relationship status is inspired, it's hardly innovative. Although it's obviously going for a grand statement about first love and first heartbreak and how it leaves consequences, it simply comes off as a trifle, a genre exercise that will only satisfy the target audience of teenagers in toxic relationships.

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