Spanish Fly (1998)

R   |    |  Comedy, Romance


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A woman reporter in over her head in trying to write a book on the male machismo in Spain finds the men don't match her story's expectations. She also finds herself involved in relationships with the wrong men.


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Awards

1 win.

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25 November 2004 | mariawong_99
5
| So much more could have been made of this!
When I started to see this film I thought "o no another B movie brought out here to attract 'sex craving men". And initially it was very bad indeed. Dapna as proper and prim lady was totally unbelievable. Only when she loosened up she became more believable. The men in the movie were all horrible and one dimensional, but there needed be men in the movie so.... Bad casting!! I don't think Madrid is really a place where couples are making out on every corner. The filmmaker merely tried to show us the state of Dapna's mind. When I was pregnant it was just like I only met women who where pregnant also. In other words she very much wanted a relationship but was haunted by the history of her parents, who she imagined to be like those couples. It was only much later that she found out that her father was not a holiday flirt but had cared about her mother. The scenes relating to the unraveling of this with her mother were great I thought.It was a journey of finding out who she was making the usual human mistakes, but ultimately the truth set her free!

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Genres

Comedy | Romance

Details

Release Date:

30 June 1999

Language

English


Country of Origin

Spain, UK, France

Filming Locations

Madrid, Spain

Box Office

Gross USA:

$15,503

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$15,503

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