Through My Window Movie Will Release in February 2022 on Netflix

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Through My Window Movie Will Release in February 2022 on Netflix

At their global stream event TUDUM, Netflix reveals the release date for Spanish literary adaptation A Través De Mi Ventana aka Through My Window.

Netflix has set a release date for their upcoming film A Través De Mi Ventana aka Through My Window. The film is a Spanish-language adaptation of a teen novel by Venezuelan author Ariana Godoy. The text was originally created on the popular user-generated writing website Wattpad, which is also the source of the popular romance novel and film series After and The Kissing Booth.

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The novel tells the story of teen girl Raquel, who has a longtime crush on her neighbor Ares. She has never spoken to him, but she’s determined to make him fall in love with her. Raquel is all in, but Ares is the type who doesn’t fall in love so easily, so their potential steamy attraction might need a little push. The film was directed by Marçal Forés and will star Clara Galle, Julio Peña, Pilar Castro, Hugo Arbues, and Eric Masip.

At their global fan live stream event TUDUM, Netflix announced their adaptation of A Través De Mi Ventana aka Through My Window will be released on February 4, 2022. They also debuted an exclusive video. The brief clip shows that Raquel might not be the only one with stalker-ish tendencies. It depicts Ares sneaking in through her window to discover her new laptop password, while she pretends to be asleep. Check out the video below:

This production comes from Netflix Spain, the crew behind popular Netflix offerings like Money Heist and Elite. Raquel is played by Galle, a newcomer who will also appear in the second season of the Amazon series The Boarding School: Las Cumbres, which premieres just two weeks after Through My Window, on February 19, 2022. Ares is played by Peña, who has previously appeared on the Argentine telenovela BIA, which airs on Disney Channel Latin America.

The dynamic in this clip is certainly intriguing. The plot description doesn’t quite capture the twisted edge that can be seen here, where Raquel knows exactly what Ares is doing and is pleased by it, implying that his subterfuge is actually a result of some manipulation she’s already done. Through My Window is shaping up to be a little more saucy and dangerous than an American Wattpad original like the aforementioned Kissing Booth series, which was also produced by Netflix. Fans of Netflix’s young adult output (which also includes To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before and He’s All That) should be excited to see how this film pushes their teen material to new levels.

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The novel tells the story of teen girl Raquel, who has a longtime crush on her neighbor Ares. She has never spoken to him, but she’s determined to make him fall in love with her. Raquel is all in, but Ares is the type who doesn’t fall in love so easily, so their potential steamy attraction might need a little push. The film was directed by Marçal Forés and will star Clara Galle, Julio Peña, Pilar Castro, Hugo Arbues, and Eric Masip.

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