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To Love Too Much (2001)

Demasiado amor (original title)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Juan Alonso Juan Alonso ... Gómez
Martín Altomaro ... Vecino
Alma Rosa Añorve Alma Rosa Añorve ... Estelita, secretaria
Carmen Beato Carmen Beato ... Jackie, mesera
Juan Manuel Bernal ... Golpeador
Gabriela Canudas ... Mujer agresiva
Rubén Cristiany Rubén Cristiany ... Doctor 1
Hernan Del Riego ... Doctor 2 (as Hernán del Riego)
Xabier Elorriaga ... Esposo de Laura (as Xavier Elorriaga)
Lila Engler Lila Engler ... Entrometida de la cafeteria
María del Carmen Farias ... Señora en el baho
Karina Gidi ... Beatríz
Ana Karina Guevara Ana Karina Guevara ... Laura 'hermana de Beatriz'
Luisa Huertas Luisa Huertas ... Vendedora de flores
Ana La Salvia ... Asistente del arquitecto
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Drama | Romance

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Country:

Spain | France | Mexico

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

30 January 2002 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Amor Demais See more »

Filming Locations:

Almería, Andalucía, Spain See more »

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Aiete-Ariane Films See more »
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Color
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not so good
19 January 2005 | by wernickeSee all my reviews

After watching this film, I was a bit disappointed. While I enjoyed Karina Gidi's performance, portions of her character mystify me. The plot is not very engaging and most of the emotions/meanings of the film, while promising, never seem to deepen. The cinematography and editing were simple and average. I enjoyed myself during portions, especially the development of Gidi's character in the beginning. I think my basic problem was that the symbolisms and motifs were not developed enough to keep the tempo and narrative from lagging. The director (and the author of the novel) clearly had something to say but the film failed to make the point. A director can have an incredible concept but if he or she fails to communicate it through the film, there is nothing to look forward to but popcorn.


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