La criatura Trailer

La criatura Trailer (1977)

30 November 1977 100 mins

Marcos and Cristina are married several years and until recently it has failed to become pregnant. When it has little nothing to give birth, the shock that leads to your dog rushes at a gas station labor and stillbirth. To help her forget what happened, Mark takes his wife to the beach and there are very similar to a dog that causes trouble. At first she is scared but it just takes getting used to and love, taking him back home to the city. Cristina is in the dog, who is charming, a reason to live it up for a marriage that is getting worse. It puts all the love he could not give the child who has lost.

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Ana Belén

as Cristina

Juan Diego

as Marcos

Ramón Reparaz

as Profesor Casanova

Luis Ciges

as Luis

International Releases Dates

Spain 30 November 1977

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