The Swimming Pool Trailer

The Swimming Pool Trailer (2012)

11 December 2012 66 mins

A summer's day breaks on the coast and young swimming instructor Esteban, an introverted ex-professional swimmer, waits for his pupils to arrive. The four teenagers have one thing in common: their disabilities have made outsiders of them all. One-legged Diana is flirty and possessive; Dany is overweight and has Down's syndrome; weak-willed Rodrigo has a walking disability; and permanently grumpy Oscar flatly refuses to speak. One tender, carefree day of the holidays runs its course. In between their sojourn at the pool the group snacks together and enjoys a siesta. Slowly, however, conflict within the group begins to make itself apparent until the idyllic tropical scene is filled with animosity, rivalries, jibes, aggression, power games and an unspoken mutual longing for love. (

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Raul Capote

as Instructor

Raul Capote

as Diana

Raul Capote

as Oscar

Raul Capote

as Rodrigo

Francisco Garcia

as Visiting instructor


International Releases Dates

Cuba 11 December 2012

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