La Gran Familia, Family United

Family United Written & Directed by Daniel Sánchez Arévalo Cast (in credits order) Antonio de la Torre… Adán Roberto Álamo .. Benjamín Quim Gutiérrez … Caleb Miquel Fernández …Daniel Patrick Criado …Efraín Héctor Colomé …Padre Verónica Echegui …Cris Arantxa Martí …Carla (as Arancha Martí) Sandra Martín …Mónica Sandy Gilberte …Fran Teo Planell …Efraín Niño Carmen Arévalo …Mercedes Pilar Castro …Amanda Teresa Lozano …Bisabuela Brigi Raúl Arévalo …Camarero Arévalo Alicia Rubio …Marisa Lucía Fuertes …Carla Niña Celine Peña …Mónica Nina Music by ….Josh Rouse Cinematography by ….Juan Carlos Gómez I attended the opening film, which this year was the Spanish language film La Grand Family After a Michael Moore took the stage to welcome the opening to the festival’s 10th year, he offered a touching tribute to his recently deceased father, featuring a compilation of clips of his bit parts in Michael’s movies. Michael Moore, Sandra Martin After introducing board members, Sandra Martín who played Mónica came out onto the stage to introduce the film, she also returned at its conclusion to take questions. Daniel Sanchez Arevalo, directs a charming tale of a family of five brothers gathered together on the day of the youngest brother’s wedding. If 18 seems a bit young for people to get married, it’s important to understand the film opens with his surprise public proposal which took place in a classroom eight years earlier this s even is not only heartwarmingly cute, serves to provide needed background as well sets in place a critical plot line. The intertwining stories of each family member, reveals the inevitable sibling rivalries but also a few unexpected turns as the wedding ceremony is delayed by the father’s Health all this occurs on the same day Spain is playing in the final game in the World Cup.

Family United Review Sandra Martin

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