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Mondays in the Sun (Los lunes al sol)

Rating:R (for language)
Genre:Drama
Release Date:July 25, 2003
Running time:115 minutes
Cast:Javier Bardem, Luis Tosar, Nieve De Medina, Enrique Villen, Serge Riaboukine
Director:Fernando León de Aranoa
Producer:Elias Querejeta, Jaume Roures, Jerome Vidal, Andrea Occhipinti
Writer:Fernando Leon de Aranoa, Ignacio Del Moral
Distributor:Lions Gate Films

Description: In a northern coastal city of Spain, which turned its back on the countryside long ago and surrounded itself with industries, a group of men make their way through the streets everyday, looking for life's emergency exits. Walking the tightrope of precarious employment, taking shelter in their daily conversations and routine--as if the dismal wreck of their lives was not their own. While they talk of their exploits and laugh, at everything and nothing in particular, they try to remain full of hope, relaxed, on a Monday morning in the sun.

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