Sofia and the Stubborn

  • December 7, 2013 / 14:00
  • December 14, 2013 / 16:00

Director: Andrés Burgos Vallejo
Genre: Comedy / Fiction
Cast: Carmen Maura, Gustavo Angarita, Constanza Duque, Julián Arango, Carlos Manuel Vega, Jair Romero, Eva María González
Colombia 84’, 2013, color
Spanish with Turkish subtitles

This is the story of an old lady who lives in a cold and quiet village in the Andes and has never seen the sea. For many years her husband has promised to take her to the Caribbean, but the plans are always thwarted for different reasons. Finally one day Sofia begins the journey alone, leaving her husband immersed in domestic life without her. During her trip to the coast, she comes to know different characters who share new experiences that make her see life in a different way.

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Sofia and the Stubborn

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Sofia and the Stubborn

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