Same Love, Same Rain (1999)

Director
Juan José Campanella

Main cast
Ricardo Darín; Soledad Villamil; Ulises Dumont

Genres
Comedy, Romance

Description
Jorge is a writer for a left-leaning Buenos Aires magazine that's at odds with the country's military dictatorship. He meets lovely and intelligent actress Laura and begins an on-and-off romance that will continue for the next two decades. Fearful of commitment, Jorge initially moves on from her and his fortunes suffer, but the situation changes when he and Laura renew their acquaintance. Meanwhile, the country undergoes a political transformation.


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