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Character: Adela Ibáñez
Directed by: Carlos Sedes
Written by: Ramón Campos, Javier Chacártegui and Salvador S. Molina
Produced by: Ramón Campos, Teresa Fernández-Valdés, Olmo Figueredo and Mercedes Gamero
Other cast: Blanca Suárez, Javier Rey, Pablo Molinero, Carlos Cuevas, Guiomar Puerta...
Release date: December 4, 2020
Genre: Drama, Romance
Running time: 1h 59min

1998. Isabel, a journalism student, is forced to do her internship at the newspaper in a small Galician coastal town to finish her degree. When she arrives, she wants to start investigating as soon as possible, to demonstrate everything she has learned to become a true journalist. But the position assigned to her is the last one she expected: the writing and management of the obituaries that come to the newsroom. But this, which might seem boring at first, becomes the door to an investigation that will take her to different parts of the Spanish geography in search of an impossible love story.


Cast & Characters

Blanca Suárez (Lucía Vega), Javier Rey (Gonzalo Medina), Pablo Molinero (Hernán Ibáñez), María Pedraza (Adela Ibáñez), Manuel Morón (Evaristo), Guiomar Puerta (Isabel), Carlos Cuevas (Carlos Medina), Mercedes Sampietro (Lucía Mayor), Adelfa Calvo (Mercedes), Antonio Durán Morris (Sebastián Fernet), Pedro Rudolphi (Curro), Carmen Muga (Rosario), David Villanueva (Miguel Cernuda), María Espejo (Rocío), Fael García (friend 1), Pablo Pérez (Juan Montes Pina), Juan Bosco (service man), Carlos Cabra (Capataz), Moreno Borja (Cortés), Joaquín Núñez (Romeo), Antonio Ramírez de Isla Hernández (Anatole), Alfonso Agra (Don Mauricio), Iolanda Muíños (Luisa), Lidia María Jaime (secretary), Ignacio Montes (Bisoño architect), Pedro Bachura (operator), Paloma Reynaud (flamenco dancer 1), Irene García (flamenco dancer 2), Laura Diaz (friend 2), Esperanza Jaén (friend 3), Carlos Villarino (Emilio), Federico Pérez Rey (real estate agent), Jonás Coronilla (waiter), Óscar Azuaga (documentalist), Fran Rodríguez (laborer), Christian Vendrell (party boy).


Production Photos

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Facts & Trivia

• The story of ‘El Verano que Vivimos’ is based on real events.

• The presentation, which took place at the Malaga Wine Museum, has turned out to be ideal for a project set in the 1950s, one of the most profitable years for this business.

• The premiere of the film was postponed twice due to the consequences suffered by the COVID-19 pandemic. Finally, it premiered on December 4, 2020.




Official Trailer



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Awards & Nominations

☆ 2021: Goya Awards ⎯ Best Original Score
☆ 2021: Goya Awards ⎯ Best Original Song



“The story is as old as it is effective: an impossible great love and a love triangle like ‘The English Patient’.”
⎯ Cinemanía

“There is nothing really groundbreaking or impactful besides the visuals (…) but it’s one of those movies than can make us travel.”
⎯ eCartelera