Three Steps Above Heaven

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Three Steps Above Heaven
Theatrical release poster
SpanishTres metros sobre el cielo
Directed by Fernando González Molina
Screenplay by Ramón Salazar
Based onTre metri sopra il cielo
by Federico Moccia
Produced by
CinematographyDaniel Aranyó
Edited byIrene Blecua
Music byManel Santisteban
  • Zeta Cinema
  • A3 Films
  • Cangrejo Films
  • Globomedia
Distributed by Warner Bros.
Release date
  • 3 December 2010 (2010-12-03)
Running time
118 minutes
Box office€9,881,471

Three Steps Above Heaven [1] (Spanish: Tres metros sobre el cielo; stylized as 3MSC) is a 2010 Spanish romantic drama film directed by Fernando González Molina which stars Mario Casas and María Valverde. Written by Ramón Salazar, it is based on the novel by Federico Moccia. [2] [1]




The film was produced by Cangrejo Films, Globomedia, Zeta Cinema, and Antena 3 Films. [3]


The film was released theatrically in Spain on 3 December 2010. [4]


The film spawned a 2012 sequel, I Want You .


2011 25th Goya Awards Best Adapted Screenplay Ramón Salazar HoogersNominated [5]

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