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EVERY STEWARDESS GOES TO HEAVEN

by Daniel Burman

synopsis

Teresa is a stewardess, pregnant but without a boyfriend. On one of her trips to the 'end of the world', as the Argentinians like to call Patagonia, she decides to get an abortion, and then to commit suicide. But when she meets Julián, who has taken her flight to disperse his wife's ashes, her view on life suddenly changes.

international title: EVERY STEWARDESS GOES TO HEAVEN
original title: TODAS LAS AZAFATAS VAN AL CIELO
country: Spain, Italy, Argentina
year: 2001
genre: fiction
directed by: Daniel Burman
film run: 89'
release date: ES 05/04/2002, FR 02/04/2003
screenplay: Daniel Burman, Emiliano Torres
cast: Alfredo Casero, Ingrid Rubio, Emilio Disi, Norma Aleandro, Valentina Bassi
cinematography by: Ramiro Civita
film editing: Miguel Pérez, Ana Díaz Epstein
art director: Cristina Nigro, Martín Grignaschi
costumes designer: Mónica Toschi
music: Víctor Reyes
producer: Pablo Bossi, José María Morales, Diego Dubcovsky
production: Wanda Visión, BD Cine, Patagonik Film Group (AR)
distributor: Buena Vista International Spain, Cinemien (NL), Pretty Pictures (FR)
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