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Rencor

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Drama
Release Date:January 1, 2003
Running time:106 minutes
Cast:Lolita Flores, Jorge Perugorría, Elena Anaya, Mar Regueras, Jorge Alcázar
Director:Miguel Albaladejo
Writer:Miguel Albaladejo

Description: Spanish filmmaker Miguel Albaladejo writes and directs the drama Rencor, marking the film debut of Spanish pop star Lolita. The bold singer Chelo (Lolita) goes to a resort for the summer and ends up running into her ex-boyfriend Toni (Jorge Perugorria), a former criminal involved in a new relationship with Esther (Elena Anaya). In order to get revenge on Toni, Chelo enlists the help of teacher Natalia (Mar Regueras), who has a young son that Toni fathered during a one-night stand and refuses to take responsibility for. Meanwhile, Esther's brother Marcos (Roberto Hernandez) starts up a relationship with Chelo. For her leading role, Lolita won a Goya award for Best New Actress in 2003.~ Andrea LeVasseur, All Movie Guide

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