Sidewalls

October 26th, 2011







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Plot
Martín and Mariana are slightly damaged people who live in buildings just opposite one another. While they often don't notice each other, separation might be the very thing that brings them together.

Release Year: 2011

Rating: 7.5/10 (770 voted)

Critic's Score: 60/100

Director: Gustavo Taretto

Stars: Javier Drolas, Pilar López de Ayala, Inés Efron

Storyline
Martín and Mariana are slightly damaged people who live in buildings just opposite one another. While they often don't notice each other, separation might be the very thing that brings them together.

Cast:
Javier Drolas - Martín
Pilar López de Ayala - Mariana
Inés Efron - Ana
Adrián Navarro - Lucas
Rafael Ferro - Rafa
Carla Peterson - Marcela
Jorge Lanata - Médico
Alan Pauls - Exnovio Mariana
Romina Paula - Exnovia Martín



Details

Official Website: Official site |

Release Date: 26 October 2011

Filming Locations: Buenos Aires, Federal District, Argentina

Box Office Details

Budget: $11,000,000(estimated)

Opening Weekend: $1,304 (USA) (30 October 2011) (1 Screen)

Gross: $1,734 (USA) (30 October 2011)



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User Review

Intelligent romance with excellent filming

Rating: 8/10

I've read that the director is also an advertiser. His experience helped to capture the great atmosphere in this film. Specially the psychological side of the characters, how they see, think and live their lives, what they are looking for and their personality attributes. Most important of all: this isn't a common romance film, although it's actually pretty ordinary, the filming makes the difference. The symbolism throughout the entire film is nice. It also has some philosophy in it, maybe even some critic as in "modern life brought people closer to the world but further from their own lives." Well, I'd say that after all, what made the difference was the way it was filmed. A seven-rating would be too low, even though I think that eight is way too high. Actually, I'd give 7.5









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