Perdona si te llamo amor

Feature Film | 2014 | Romantic Comedy | 1h 45min

English Title: Sorry If I Call You Love
Director: Joaquín Llamas
Writer: Fran Araujo, Manuel Burque (Novel: Federico Moccia)
Starring: Daniele Liotti, Paloma Bloyd, Irene Montalá, Jan Cornet, Oriol Vila, Pep Munné, Patricia Vico, Pablo Chiapella, Cristina Brondo, Adrià Collado, Andrea Duro, Marina Gatell, Lucía Guerrero, Laia Alemany
Music: Arnau Bataller
Produced by: Telecinco Cinema / Perdona si te llamo amor A.I.E.
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Synopsis: Movie based in the Federico Moccia’s novel. Alex is 37 years old. He is a successful advertising executive, handsome, intelligent, and brilliant. He craves to finally get emotional stability. However, he is rejected by his girlfriend when he proposes marriage. Unable to take it, it seems that his perfect life starts to crumble. Just then, breaks into his path without warnings, and like a storm, Niki, a 17 year old student who not only seduces Alex and makes him fall in love, but gives a total turn to his life.

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ABOUT THE MUSIC: The music provides a romantic and comic touch to this remake of the Federico Moccia bestseller with a distinctive melodic piano theme, some warm strings, and fresh and uplifting guitars and keyboards.

ABOUT THE PERFORMANCE:  The orchestra was conducted by Óscar Senén conducting the Vallés Symphonic Orchestra, and recorded and mixed by Marc Blanes at BSO Superestudio, Barcelona. All the synth were programmed and played by Arnau Bataller. The guitars were played by Dani Espinet, drums by Dani Bonin and piano, and keyboards by Toni Saigi and Chupi Saigi.