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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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María Pedraza ...
Laura
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Carlos
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Madre de Laura
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Lola
Maria Caballero ...
Marta
Paz Muñoz ...
Susana
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Carmen
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Padre De Laura
Juli Mira ...
Watchmaker
Fran Morales ...
Brigante
Jorge Motos ...
Hermano Pequeño
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Pablo
Jorge Silvestre ...
Moro
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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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A subtle masterpiece by Crespo
14 September 2017 | by See all my reviews

Fantastic movie that I would recommend to everyone. Best usage of subtle symbolism and imagery since "Blue Is The Warmest Color"(directed by Abdellatif Kechiche). Uses lightness and darkness to set up scenes and doesn't force hedonistic motifs onto the viewer but prefers to trust the viewer to come to it's own conclusions. Ending doesn't give any answers but leaves you with a sense of tragedy. Perfect movie to show the importance of opening and closing scenes and their symbiotic nature. Great acting by the two leads, with supporting characters holding their own as well. All in all, one of the most under rated movies of 2017 and deserving of an international audience.


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