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LOTS OF KIDS, A MONKEY AND A CASTLE

Double Exposure - 88 min
  • DIRECTOR: Gustavo Salmerón
  • STARRING: García Cabanes Salmerón Family

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Synopsis:

“There’s something a little bit magic about Julita, something of the fairytale” (Variety). Matriarch Julita’s three childhood wishes have been granted: lots of kids, a monkey, and a castle. But after the financial crisis hits Spain the family loses their castle but not their sense of humour and family unity; and through the wealth of hoarded objects she has accumulated over 81 years, a rich family portrait is revealed.

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Overall Rating Based on 8 Reviews
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Lisa
5 out of 5 stars

¡Un documental maravilloso, les deseo mucha fortuna!

December 21, 2018
¡Qué vivan las vertebras de nuestros antepasados, los tenedores umbilicales, y los hábitos de monja!

Lisa
5 out of 5 stars

¡Felicidades!

December 20, 2018
¡Olé! A Julita Salmerón, Gustavo Salmerón , el resto de la familia y al equipo de producción, les auguro muchos triunfos.

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Nancy
5 out of 5 stars

Praises to Mr. Gustavo Salmeron!

December 20, 2018
Mr. Gustavo Salmeron manages to weave the intricacies of life with honesty and humor.

Laine
5 out of 5 stars

To the director Gustavo Salmeron, this documentary is Oscar material!

December 20, 2018
At the very least, it deserves a nomination.

Sandra
5 out of 5 stars

Viva Julita!

December 20, 2018
I enjoyed watching this documentary. I laughed so much my face ached.

Carmen
5 out of 5 stars

Congratulations!

December 20, 2018
To the director of this documentary, Gustavo Salmeron, thank you for so much hard work, and overcoming so many obstacles to get this film done.

Nina
5 out of 5 stars

I loved it!

December 20, 2018
The main subject in this documentary, Julita, with all of her complexities is a force to reckon with!

Leire
5 out of 5 stars

This documentary is filled with substance i.e happiness, dissapointment, joy and resilience!

December 18, 2018
Exceptionally poignant and funny!