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Year: 2019
Original Title: Salir del ropero
Length: 94 minutes
Genre: Comedy, Romance
Studios: Televisión Española (TVE)
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Ranking: 750 out of 15,705 movies (up 280)

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Eva (Ingrid García Jonsson) is a young lawyer with a really promising future that lives in Edinburgh. However, her own wedding plans will come at risk in the moment when her grandmother Sofía (Verónica Forqué) announces her marriage with her long-time friend, Celia (Rosa María Sardà). Conservative and religious family traditions are menaced by an old lady that is planning a marriage with another old lady. Eva will try all her best to stop that wedding with the help of Celia's son. However, against all odds, the family of the gowns will support them, a support that Eva didn't count on at the beginning. Eva will find herself in a vital situation in which she will learn what is really important in life. 'Salir del ropero' is the debut of Ángeles Reiné. It is a different family comedy and a song for freedom about the right of people to do what they want to do. It tells the difficult relationship between the members of a particular family that have been distanced for years. The news about the grandma's wedding with another woman will do that the family becomes vulnerable and starts to topen theirselves and discover what they were inside. The film is produced by Andrés Santana, a four Goya Awards' winner and it counts with the performances of David Verdaguer, Candela Peña and Pol Monen, among others. Hide full plot... Show full plot

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The main song of the film, 'You and Me and the Crazy Love' is a great original ballad performed by Monica Naranjo and created by herself with the actress Ana Milán. The film marks the second time Veronica Forqué and Rosa María Sardá have matched up on the big screen. The first time was in 2001 with Joaquín Oristrell's 'No Shame'.

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