Cosas insignificantes Trailer

Cosas insignificantes Trailer (2008)

23 September 2008 Drama, Family, Foreign 98 mins

Esmeralda is a teenager with an unusual obsession: she collects lost, forgotten or discarded objects from people she doesn't know and keeps them in a box beneath her bed. This is the tale of three objects in the box and the people behind them, all in some way incapable of relating to the person they love most. It is also a tale of the box itself, and of how Esmeralda learns to open it, to feel and to hoard the most valuable thing of all: human relations.

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Cast

Paulina Gaitán

as Esmeralda

Fernando Luján

as Augusto Gabrieli

Arturo Ríos

as Tomás

Crew

Luis de Val

Luis de Val Producer

Leonardo Heiblum

Original Music Composer

Jacobo Lieberman

Original Music Composer

Josep M. Civit

Josep M. Civit Cinematography

International Releases Dates

United States 23 September 2008

Production Companies

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