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Love in the Time of Cholera (2007)

aka Love in the Time of Cholera

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Details: 139 mins · English · R (USA)


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Small Florentino Ariza
Small junger Florentino
Small Dr. Juvenal Urbino
Small Hildebranda Sanchez
Small Don Leo
Small Lotario Thurgot
Small Transito Ariza
Small Sara Noriega
Small Lorenzo Daza
Small Olimpia Zuleta
Small Escolastica
No_movie_poster America Vicuna
Small Junge Witwe
Small Fermina Daza
No_movie_poster Sara Noriega


No_movie_poster Mick Audsley Editor
No_movie_poster Michael Nozik Executive Producer
No_movie_poster Ronald Harwood Screenplay
No_movie_poster Affonso Beato Director of Photography
No_movie_poster Antonio Pinto Original Music Composer
Small Mike Newell Director
No_movie_poster Marit Allen Costume Design
No_movie_poster Gabriel García Márquez Novel
No_movie_poster Scott Steindorff Producer
No_movie_poster Dylan Russell Executive Producer
No_movie_poster Scott LaStaiti Executive Producer
No_movie_poster Danny Greenspun Executive Producer
No_movie_poster Robin Greenspun Executive Producer
No_movie_poster Andrew Molasky Executive Producer
No_movie_poster Chris Law Executive Producer
No_movie_poster Michael Roban Executive Producer
No_movie_poster Gabriel García Márquez Story Contributor
No_movie_poster Mick Audsley Editing


In late 19th century Cartagena, a river port in Colombia, Florentino Ariza falls in love at first sight with Fermina Daza. They secretly correspond and she eventually agrees to marry but her father discovers their relationship and sends her to distant relatives (mainly her grandmother and niece). When she returns some years later, Fermina agrees to marry Dr. Juvenal Urbino, her father's choice. Their fifty year marriage is outwardly loving, but inwardly marred by darker emotions. Fermina's marriage devastates Florentino, who vows to remain a virgin, but his self-denial is thwarted by a tryst. To help him get over Fermina, his mother throws a willing widow into his bed and he discovers that sex is a very good pain reliever which he replaces with the opium that he had habitually smoked. He begins to record and describe each of his sexual encounters, beginning with the widow, and eventually compiling over 600 entries. A lowly clerk, he plods resolutely over many years to approach the wealth and social standing of Dr. Urbino. When the now-elderly doctor dies suddenly, Florentino immediately and impertinently renews courting Fermina.

Release Dates:

DVD : 2008-03-18