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Me, Too (Yo, también) | Review

Directors: Antonio Naharro, Álvaro Pastor Writers: Antonio Naharro, Álvaro Pastor Starring: Pablo Pineda, Lola Dueñas, Isabel García Lorca, Daniel Parejo, Lourdes Naharro At 34-years of age, Daniel (Pablo Pineda) is the first student with Down syndrome to obtain a university degree in Europe. After graduation, Daniel is hired by the Disability Services office of Seville, Spain; it is his first job -- and just another rung on Daniel’s ladder to normalcy. Daniel almost immediately starts working on the next rung, marriage, after landing the job, falling for a chain-smoking and boozy peroxide blond co-worker named Laura (Lola Dueñas). The question remains, can a “normal” woman fall in love with a man with Down syndrome? Or should Daniel just “Fall in love with women [he] can get”? Daniel explains at one point during the film that he has advanced beyond most individuals with Down syndrome because his mother (Isabel García Lorca

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