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Synopsis

A young boy named Santi is already coping with the separation of his parents when his life is further upset by a shocking diagnosis. It turns out that Santi has a condition that is diminishing his eyesight – and the surgery that could fix his vision could also blind him completely. Facing those scary odds, Santi writes a list of things he’d like to do before the operation. Things he wants to do together with both his parents, united as a family once more. Love for their son brings them back together as they embark on an adventure to make Santi’s wishes come true. But will they rediscover the love they used to have for each other along the way?

Cast

  • Erik Hayser
  • Mauricio Ochmann
  • Ariel Levy
  • Fernanda Castillo
  • Marianna Burelli
  • Arturo Barba
  • Estefanía Ahumada
  • Paco Rueda
  • Rodrigo Cachero
  • Jorge Caballero

Atom User Reviews

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POPULAR TAGS
#familyfriendly
#great
#lovestory
#greatcast
#allthefeels
#mustsee
#<3
#lol
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#hilarious
#seeingitagain
#inspiring
#truestory
#datenight
#kidslovedit
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#cliché
#smart
Verified Review
#familyfriendly

Really good movie. It makes you laugh and cry

JG
Jazmin G
Verified Review
#allthefeels
#indiehit

Really great movie! I found it very entertaining.

JG
Jessica G

Metacritic

40
Sep 7, 2018

Despite all of the mediocrity, there are a handful of sweet moments in the film.

Gary M. Kramer
Film Journal International
20
Sep 2, 2018

Marred by juvenile humor and ersatz emotion, the film, directed by Pitipol Ybarra, is so bad that an even worse Hollywood remake seems inevitable.

Metacritic review by Frank Scheck
Frank Scheck
The Hollywood Reporter
25
Aug 31, 2018

Ya Veremos, with all its clichéd antics and uneven performances, has already been a hit in Mexico despite middling reviews. Would an unsuspecting, non-Latino viewer who randomly walks into this have a pleasant reaction? Very likely, if your sensibilities align with the film’s tropes and feel-good qualities, and you don’t mind the glaringly predictable trappings.

Metacritic review by Carlos Aguilar
Carlos Aguilar
TheWrap