Amapolas (2013) - Watch Online. Directed by Joaquin Aranguiz

Genres Drama     Fantasy     Short    
Writers Ignacio Lucchesi (story)
Country Argentina
Language Spanish
Runtime Argentina:9 min
Plot ... search for Amapolas on IMDb

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  • Amapolas (2013) - IMDb

    Directed by Joaquin Aranguiz, Agustin Lima. With Jentla Vega, Martin Filiberti, Emiliano Menna. Carolina is tired of being ignored by her husband Edgardo. Until one day, she decides to try to get his attention using a letter from a secret admirer.

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