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Cine de verano: Señor, Dame Paciencia / Movie in Spanish

Hosted by the Consul of the Málaga Andalusian Lifestyle & Flamenco Group
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Took place 2 months ago
Sat 28 Jul 21:50 - 23:50

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- Vamos con cine de verano a Andalucía. Quedamos a las 21.50 punto. No más tarde de las 22.00 vamos a la playa para coger asientos y ver la peli a las 22.15. Pásadlo bien!

- Time for a summer movie in Spanish. This movie will take us to Andalusia. Meeting time at 21.50 sharp. No later than 22.00 let's head to the beach to see the movie that starts at 22.15. Have a good time!

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DIRECCIÓN: Álvaro Díaz Lorenzo.
INTÉRPRETES: Jordi Sánchez, Megan Montaner, Eduardo Casanova, Silvia Alonso.
NACIONALIDAD: España
DURACIÓN: 91 min.
AÑO: Protected content

Cuando la mujer de Gregorio, un banquero muy conservador, del Real Madrid y muy gruñón, fallece repentinamente, éste se ve obligado a cumplir su última voluntad: pasar un fin de semana con sus hijos y sus respectivas parejas en Sanlúcar de Barrameda para esparcir sus cenizas en el Guadalquivir. Aquí es donde empiezan los problemas para Gregorio, ya que su hija Sandra está casada con Jordi, un catalán muy culé al que no soporta. Su otra hija, Alicia, está saliendo con Leo, un hippy anti-sistema, y Carlos, su hijo pequeño, con el que lleva seis meses sin hablarse desde que salió del armario, se presenta con su novio Eneko, un vasco de origen senegalés.

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Lord, Give Me Patience:
After the sudden death of his wife, Gregorio - a grumpy conservative Real Madrid fanatic - has to carry out her final wish: to spend a weekend with his children and their partners in Sanlúcar de Barrameda and throw her ashes into the Guadalquivir river.

Gregorio's daughter Sandra is married to Jordi, a Catalan and diehard Barcelona supporter, who wants to send Gregorio's future granddaughter to a bilingual Catalan-English school in Barcelona.

They are joined by Gregorio's other daughter, Alicia, who is going out with an anarchic hippy named Leo, and his son Carlos, to whom he has not spoken since Carlos announced he was homosexual six months ago. Carlos arrives with his boyfriend Eneko, a Basque of Senegalese origin, far from the ideal partner Gregorio would have envisioned for his son.

This trip to the south of Spain put this dysfunctional family's capacity for forgiveness to the test, and sees them forced to accept each other, warts and all.