Volver

Volver
Volver

Year

2006

Duration

118 minutes

Genres

Crime, Drama

Language

Spanish (English subtitles)

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Synopsis

Raimunda, played by the beautiful Penelope Cruz, has a hard life. Her husband is a mean drunk, while she and the couple's teenage daughter, Paula, live in fear of him. Paula stabs her drunken father in self defense, leaving Raimunda with no choice but to cover up the murder. Soon, Raimunda's mother appears out of nowhere to further complicate the lives of both Raimunda and her sister, Paula's aunt. Great performances and a solid story make the Oscar-nominated Volver entertaining viewing.

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15 Classification

Contains moderate sex references and violence.

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