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Queens (Reinas)

Rating:R (for sexual content, brief nudity and language)
Genre:Comedy, Romance
Release Date:August 25, 2006
Running time:107 minutes
Cast:Marisa Paredes, Carmen Maura, Veronica Forque, Mercedes Sampietro, Betiana Blum
Director:Manuel Gomez Pereira
Producer:Jose Luis Escolar
Writer:Yolanda GarcĂ­a Serrano, Manuel Gomez Pereira, Joaquin Oristrell
Distributor:Regent Releasing

Description: "Queens" is a hilarious, touching and contemporary ensemble comedy that finds five headstrong mothers coping with the personal family conflicts surrounding the impending marriages of their gay sons. As these five very different women deal with their own desires, prejudices and history they attempt to survive the weekend as sex, anger, bigotry and love hilariously clash in this ultimate wedding film about the strength of love and the importance of family.

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