You're the One (2000 film)
You're the One (Spanish: Una historia de entonces) is a 2000 Spanish film directed by José Luis Garci. It was Spain's submission to the 73rd Academy Awards for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, but was not accepted as a nominee.
|You're the One (una historia de entonces)|
Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||José Luis Garci|
|Written by||José Luis Garci|
Julia Gutiérrez Caba
|Music by||Pablo Cervantes|
|Cinematography||Raúl Pérez Cubero|
|Edited by||Miguel G. Sinde|
Nickel Odeon Dos S.A.
|27 October 2000 (Spain)|
Julia, an only child of an affluent, bank owning family living in Madrid, escapes from her family to get over her grief that her boyfriend has been imprisoned. Julia is a well-educated woman, having studied in Switzerland and England, who wants to become a writer. Julia drives to a little village in Asturias called "Corralbos del Sella" and there she stays in a mansion "llendelabarca" of an old childhood friend "Pilara" she had spent many a happy summer with. Also living there is Pilara's mother in law Tia Gala, and her grandson Juanito.
Julia's relationship with caretakers, teacher and priest makes Julia, a woman of the Spanish capital, perhaps for the first time to not feel so alone.
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- Berlinale. Archive. Prize winners 2001. Retrieved 26 January 2019
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