Ramon, a young Mexican boy, tries to cross the border for the fifth time but fails. His friend tells him about his aunt living in Germany and that she has a better life over there. Ramon then goes to Germany to find his friend's aunt.
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Credited cast:
Kristyan Ferrer ... Ramon
Ingeborg Schöner ... Ruth
Adriana Barraza ... Esperanza
Arcelia Ramírez ... Rosa
Rüdiger Evers Rüdiger Evers ... Karl
Hector Kotsifakis ... Güero
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Marcel Batangtaris ... Flughafenangestellter
Andreas Berg Andreas Berg ... Herr Neumann
Marius Biegai ... Bundesgrenzchutz
Jorge de los Reyes Jorge de los Reyes ... El Chiquis
Karl Friedrich Karl Friedrich ... Schneider
Anna Haack Anna Haack ... Angela
Micky Jukovic Micky Jukovic ... Beglar
Franziska Kruse Franziska Kruse ... Hanna
Michèle Akouvi Müller Michèle Akouvi Müller ... Nadja
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A beloved box office hit in Mexico, BUEN DÍA, RAMÓN (GOOD DAY, RAMON) tells the heartwarming story of a young man from a small Mexican town who travels to Germany to find work to support his family and becomes stranded without shelter or money. He struggles to survive on the streets until he meets Ruth, a lonely senior citizen with whom he develops an astonishing and touching friendship that transcends borders and prejudices.

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Drama

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG-13 for some sexual material, language and an intense situation | See all certifications »

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Trivia

During filming, the title was "Grüss Gott, señor Ramón" (as seen on several clapboards), which means "good morning" in Bavaria. See more »

Soundtracks

Piano Concerto No. 20 in D Minor
Composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Performed by Concentus Hungaricus
Courtesy of Naxos, by arrangement of Source / Q
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Outstanding film
27 November 2015 | by david-byrneSee all my reviews

This film reminds the viewer it is the little things in life that are the most important. A very well made film (nothing cheap about it) and the acting and direction are terrific. The bloke who plays Ramon is the perfect character for the role, as are all the other actors and actresses in the film. The film has many different angles to it - cruelty and kindness, wealth and poverty, but kindness certainly is the most powerful aspect of this film. I cannot believe there are so few reviews of this film, but I guess Americans don't think much of films unless they are talking American English (as shown when they dubbed the Aussie classic Max Mad in American accents). Forget English, "Buen Dia, Ramon" could not be made if were not in Spanish and German. The film is so good, after a while you forget you are reading subtitles. This is the best film I have seen all year and it is less than a month to Christmas. A must see for anyone who has a heart. The end will leave you with a warm feeling and maybe a few tears.


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Official Sites:

buendiaramon.com

Country:

Mexico | Germany

Language:

German | Spanish

Release Date:

21 August 2014 (Mexico) See more »

Also Known As:

Buen día, Ramón See more »

Filming Locations:

Durango, Mexico See more »

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Box Office

Budget:

$4,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$51,105, 1 February 2015

Gross USA:

$154,356

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$5,104,868
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Color

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2.35 : 1
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