Her father is a convicted, her boyfriend rejects her, her brother is troublemaker, her baby needs money and she's half-deaf of one ear. Bad times to be Sara.

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Belén Funes
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Greta Fernández ... Sara
Eduard Fernández ... Manuel
Àlex Monner ... Dani
Tomás Martín Tomás Martín ... Martín
Adela Silvestre Adela Silvestre ... Noe
Borja Espinosa Borja Espinosa ... Borja
Frank Feys ... Marcel
Cristina Blanco Cristina Blanco ... Adri (as Cris Blanco)
Anabel Moreno Anabel Moreno ... Flora
Daniel Medrán Daniel Medrán ... Ramón (as Daniel Medran)
Manuel Mateos Manuel Mateos ... Carlos
Eloy Álvarez Eloy Álvarez ... Eloy
Dylan Salas Dylan Salas ... Joel 6 Meses
Anna Alarcón ... Laura
Silvia de la Rosa Silvia de la Rosa ... Lesly
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Barcelona (Catalonia's capital; north-east to Spain). Sara is a young girl who at her 22 years old is the perfect example of dame in distress: half-deaf of her right ear that she uses hearing aid, without mother and either an own house, she depends of the social services, living in social houses with another young ones in her same situation, where she has occasional friends sharing building. Mother of the six-months baby Joel, she cares alone with help of Ramón and Flora, owners of a bar where she works as one of the diverse part-time jobs she finds to get some money. At the same time that Joel's father Dani, a twenty-something guy who rejects any Sara's innuendos to back with her, returns from Girona where was working as grape picker and looks another possible jobs to care his son, Sara tries to educate Martín, her troubled 8-years old little brother who lives in a child center. As if it not was enough, Sara's father Manuel, a convicted thief, is released from the prison and gets a ... Written by Chockys

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Remake of Sara a la fuga (2015) See more »

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¡Ay, qué dolor!
Written by Juan Bautista Paz Pérez
Performed by Los Chunguitos
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Spain

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Spanish | Catalan

Release Date:

29 November 2019 (Spain) See more »

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A Thief's Daughter See more »

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$317,244
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