Soledad Miranda

Here are a synopsis, pictures, and video from La familia y... uno más. For more details about this movie, click here. If you have any pictures from this movie that I don't have, please contact me!

It is the little story of a large family. Large in number and in feelings, for the overwhelming breadth of its humanity. A father and sixteen children. Carlos Alonso, an architect's assistant, has undergone many changes with the passage of years. The birth of his sixteenth child, little Maria, caused the death of his wife. His grandfather also has passed away. At home is a quiet pain and a happy memory, but life has its demands. Flowing between laughter and tears is the everyday world of family turmoil. His godfather, a pastry maker, has married. The father is still young, and through his existence pass some feminine shadows, at some point, maybe come to trouble him, but ultimately, go away without leaving a deep impression; because he is bound by the duty imposed by his children, a vital way that never ceases to boil noisily around. And yet, even among children operate changes and developments. The older ones accumulate responsibilities: marriage, work, new concerns. His sons have been growing quickly. His elder daughter has become engaged, while his son who studied architecture is a famous architect. Nevertheless, the father still must take care of the rest of his children. They want a lot still, the little ones, but they also reach the moment to meet their own mission. And the father starts to fear that someday he will be left alone. But such a large family is growing rapidly, and life is soon to offer this man a new dream: the first grandchild arrives. There is already one more in the family.

This clip features some of Soledad's scenes from La familia y... uno más. Soledad plays Patricia, a girl who keeps having car crashes with Carlos. She seems to be always running late for something. At the end of the film, she becomes the fiancée of Carlos's son (the architect). This movie can be ordered in the store.

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