Overview

Isabel is torn between the need to feel valued as an actress and her insecurities and contradictions. One night, she hosts a very special dinner: her husband Ángel, who is a scriptwriter, and Susana, Ángel's ex-wife and film director, want to convince Argentinian actor Diego Peretti to star in a movie. But at some point something unexpected happens that surprises everyone and disturbs the evening.

  1. Inés París

    Director, Writer

  2. Fernando Colomo

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Belén Rueda

    Belén Rueda

    Isabel

  2. Diego Peretti

    Diego Peretti

    Diego

  3. Eduard Fernández

    Eduard Fernández

    Ángel

  4. María Pujalte

    María Pujalte

    Susana

  5. Fele Martínez

    Fele Martínez

    Carlos

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The Night My Mother Killed My Father
The Night My Mother Killed My Father

Facts

Original Title La noche que mi madre mató a mi padre

Status Released

Release Information

  • March 6, 2017
    Premiere

    Meaning

Original Language Spanish; Castilian

Runtime 1h 34m

Budget $2,834,300.00

Revenue -

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