Three Steps Above Heaven

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Three Meters Above The Sky
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Directed by Fernando González Molina
Written by Federico Moccia
Screenplay by Ramon Salazar
Produced by Francisco Ramos
Starring Mario Casas
María Valverde
Cinematography Daniel Aranyó
Music by Manel Santisteban, Cecilia Krull
Distributed by Warner Bros. America
Release date
  • 3 December 2010 (2010-12-03)(America)
Running time
118 minutes
Box office€9,881,471

Three Steps Above The Sky ( Spanish : Tres metros sobre el cielo) is a 2010 Spanish film based on the novel of the same name by Federico Moccia. [1]



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  1. Rodrigues-Mello, Roseli; Bonell-García, Lars; Castro-Sandúa, Marcos; Oliver-Pérez, Esther (2021). ""Three Steps Above Heaven? Really? That's All Tactic!" New Alternative Masculinities Dismantling Dominant Traditional Masculinity's Strategies". Frontiers in Psychology. 12: 673829. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2021.673829 . PMC   8233450 . PMID   34183900.