Antigua, My Life

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Antigua vida mía
Antigua vida mia.gif
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Héctor Olivera
Produced by Enrique Cerezo
Written by Alberto Macías
Ángeles González Sinde
Starring Ana Belén
Cecilia Roth
Daniel Valenzuela
Jorge Marrale
Music by Ángel Illarramendi
Cinematography Alfredo F. Mayo
Edited by Miguel Pérez
Distributed by Aries Cinematográfica Argentina
Argentina Sono Film
Release date
3 May 2001
Running time
110 min.
Country Argentina
Spain
Language Spanish
Budget €3,600,000

Antigua, My Life (Spanish: Antigua vida mía) is a 2001 Argentine-Spanish drama film directed by Héctor Olivera and written by Ángeles González Sinde, from the novel by Marcela Serrano.[1][2] It stars Ana Belén and Cecilia Roth. Many scenes of the film were shot in Guatemala.

Synopsis[edit]

Two upper middle class women from Buenos Aires are trapped in relationships that aren't working well. One is in an abusive relationship, the other is selfish towards her family. The catalyst for change is the murder of the abusive husband by his wife, played by Roth. Her best friend tries to help her through this process, and by doing so has to tackle her own problems.

Cast[edit]

  • Ana Belén .... Josefa Ferrer
  • Cecilia Roth .... Violeta Dasinski
  • Daniel Valenzuela .... Sargento
  • Jorge Marrale .... Andrés
  • Diana Lamas .... Pamela
  • Guido D'Albo .... Locutor TV
  • Juan Leyrado .... Eduardo
  • Nicolás Agüero .... Borja
  • Josefina Gracián .... Celeste
  • Sawa Tramer .... Zulema
  • Alfredo Casero .... Alejandro
  • Christian Inglizze .... Artesano (as Christian Inglize)
  • Odiseo Bichir .... Emilio Palma
  • Cristi Cobar .... Doña Rogeria
  • Dario Tangelson .... Maza
  • Iván Moschner .... Maître

Reception[edit]

Actress Cecilia Roth was nominated for a Silver Condor Award for Best Actress in 2002.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Martin, Dolores Moyano; Mundell, P. Sue (1 January 1999). Handbook of Latin American Studies: Humanities. University of Texas Press. p. 554. ISBN 978-0-292-75231-3. 
  2. ^ Sloan, Jane (26 March 2007). Reel Women: An International Directory of Contemporary Feature Films about Women. Scarecrow Press. p. 6. ISBN 978-1-4616-7082-7. 

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