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BLUE DAYS

by Miguel Santesmases

synopsis

Galicia, seven years ago. Three close brothers, Boris, Carlos and Alex spend the last weekend of their holidays in a seaside village. Since the death of their father eight years earlier, Carlos, 26, has taken over the family printing business. Boris, the eldest, 28, is a loser, a bon vivant in third year of law school. His couldn’t-care-less attitude and immaturity cause distraction, as well as tension. Alex, the youngest, 23, has just won a scholarship to study in the United States. All hope is fixed on him. It’s a bittersweet period, as the three sell the family home where they spent all their summers… but also one that marks a new beginning in their lives.

international title: Blue Days
original title: Días azules
country: Spain
year: 2006
genre: fiction
directed by: Miguel Santesmases
film run: 97'
release date: ES 11/08/2006
screenplay: Miguel Santesmases, Antón Casariego, Martín Casariego
cast: Óscar Jaenada, Javier Pereira, Javier Ríos, María Castro
cinematography by: Alonso Parra
film editing: Berta Frías
art director: Sandra Frantz
costumes designer: Marta Anta
music: Mastretta
producer: Gerado Herrero, Pancho Casal
production: Tornasol Films, Continental Producciones, Milú Films (ES)
distributor: Alta Films
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