|Writers||Jorge Leyes (writer)
Adrián Suar (idea)
|Plot||Las vidas de Alma (Araceli González) y Leo (Pablo Echarri) no parecían destinadas a cruzarse. Ella, una repostera de la Boca, con su familia y su novio Mario desde la adolescencia. El, un arquitecto con fecha de casamiento segura con Valeria. Una noche, el destino los juntó y este inesperado encuentro no pasará desapercibido. Tanto Alma como Leo no podrán ser indeferentes a lo que sucede entre ellos.... search for Alma mía on IMDb|
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|Argentina released, NTSC/Region 0 DVD:LANGUAGES: Spanish ( Dolby Digital 2.0 ),Spanish ( Dolby Digital 5.1 ),English ( Subtitles ),Portuguese ( Subtitles ),Spanish ( Subtitles ),SPECIAL FEATURES: 2-DVD Set, Cast/Crew Interview(s), Interactive Menu, Music Video, Photo Gallery, Scene Access,SYNOPSIS: Alma Mia;From director Daniel Barone, this sexy Argentinian romantic comedy centers on three people who suddenly and unwittingly find themselves thrust into a madcap love-rectangle. Alma and Mario are a couple, but lately their relationship has been on the rocky side. Enter Leo a soon-to-be-married architect. Through a case of mistaken identity, Leo and Alma find themselves in bed together, leading Alma to question her feelings for Mario and Leo to wonder whether he really wants to go through with his wedding.;Appearances;Thirty-year-old introvert Carmelo (Adrian Suar) can't seem to express his true feelings to the object of his affection, his co-worker Veronica (Andrea Del Boca). When Carmelo realizes that Veronica is about to marry someone else, he's devastated. Coincidentally, Veronica sees Carmelo at a gay rights rally and assumes he's gay -- information she uses to play with Carmelo's mind and get him to conquer his timid demeanor.|
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