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The Tree of Blood

Movie, 2018, 135 minutes
The Tree of Blood
As a young couple write the story of their families' shared history, both reveal their relatives' dark secrets and one must make a painful confession.
The movie The Tree of Blood is a Netflix Original and was released in 2018 and lasts 135 minutes. This movie is Sentimental, Provocative, Emotional, Romantic.
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The Tree of Blood on IMDB

Score: 6.3 of the 10

El árbol de la sangre is a movie starring Álvaro Cervantes, Úrsula Corberó, and Patricia López Arnaiz. Rebeca and Marc make a travel to discover their mutual family pasts in Rebeca's grandparents house.

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Audio: European Spanish - Audio Description;Italian;English;European Spanish [Original];German;French
Subtitles: Simplified Chinese;English;Italian;European Spanish;Traditional Chinese

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