The moving film that is all the rage on Netflix and sweeping the world

It is a Mexican film that is among the favorites of users in recent days.

The streaming platform Netflix continues to consolidate itself as the undisputed leader in the world of entertainment, and this time it does so with the film “Ya’ll See”, a Mexican production from 2018 that conquered audiences around the world and is positioned among the most viewed. in their catalogue.

An unmissable option for the XXL weekend

Directed by Pedro Pablo Ibarra and starring a luxury cast headed by Fernanda Castillo, Mauricio Ochmann and Emiliano Aramayo“We’ll See” is a film that masterfully combines comedy and drama, offering a unique cinematographic experience.

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Perfect to enjoy on the weekend at home or to schedule when looking for an entertaining option on Netflix, this film received praise from both critics and the public for its quality and emotionality.

With a duration of 1 hour and 24 minutes, “We’ll See” became a true success since its arrival on the platform on April 2, 2022, attracting the attention of viewers from all over the world.

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The plot of “We’ll see”

The story of “We’ll See” revolves around Santi, played by Emiliano Aramayo, a young man who is about to undergo surgery to try to save his sight. Faced with this situation, he decides to make a wish list that includes the wish that his divorced parents, Alejandra (Fernanda Castillo) and Rodrigo (Mauricio Ochmann), stop fighting and help him fulfill his dreams.

A stellar cast

The cast of “We’ll See” is made up of outstanding actors who deliver memorable performances, including:

Fernanda Castillo as Alejandra

Mauricio Ochmann as Rodrigo

Emiliano Aramayo as Santi

Estefania Ahumada as Irma

Erik Hayser as Enrique

Rodrigo Cachero as Dr. Rubén Darío

Pacho Rueda as Nurse Ignacio

Katsuhiro Honda as Akito

Ariel Levy as Dr. Ernesto

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