La Veronica

San Sebastion IFF
2020
Toronto IFF
Industry Selects
Busan IFF
2020

La Veronica

A Film by Leonardo Medel

2020 - Chile - Drama - 1.85 - 100 min.

with Mariana Di Girolamo , Patricia Rivadeneira & Ariel Mateluna

Language: Spanish
Produced by Juan Pablo Fernández , Daniel Ferreira & Alejandra Rosales

As the wife of a famous soccer player, Veronica has a bitter-sweet life: laying by the pool, attending photo-shootings, doing interviews for a book about herself but most importantly taking care of her Instagram account. In order to be the new face of a beauty campaign, she needs more than 2 million followers and LA VERONICA is ready to do whatever it takes to get them...

San Sebastion IFF
2020
Toronto IFF
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Busan IFF
2020

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