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02. Mar 2003 at 08:31
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Learning to Swim (1999) 20 min
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Ulises Cuadra ... Guillermo
Ramiro González ... Roberto (little brother)
Matthew Dunn ... Hank (bully)
Alexis Cruz ... Guillermo (teen)

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After Guillermo's little brother accidentally drowns, he refuses to go in the water to learn to swim.  His mother and the swim coach try to change his mind.

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Reply #1 - 02. Mar 2003 at 20:17
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looks very intresting Smiley
  
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Reply #2 - 05. Mar 2003 at 04:49
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Hosenhaus,

Where did you get the caps, was this movie on TV?
Maybe it's available online somewhere.
  
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Reply #3 - 05. Mar 2003 at 08:38
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cable TV in the US...
"Showtime" sometimes sticks in short films when there is
time between the full-length movies.
(You need to Login or Register to view media files and links) says it is available on video in UK and Germany, but I think that is a mistake on their part.



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Reply #4 - 06. Mar 2003 at 09:17
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We have a Showtime channel here too...  they also occasionally run shorts but unfortunately they don't often notify viewers ahead of time in their published viewing guides...   most annoying!
  
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Re: Learning to Swim
Reply #5 - 10. Jun 2006 at 17:02
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If only the film, "THE GREAT BRAIN", would have accurately depicted the "learning to swim" scene from its novel.

  
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