This summer, we have many movies to look forward to. One of those movies is the sequel to Through My Window, based on the book series by Wattpad author Ariana Godoy. If you’re like us, we fell in love with Raquel and Ares, AKA Rares, after watching the first film and wanted to see more of them. Through My Window: Across the Sea looks like it will be as good, if not better.
Through My Window: Across the Sea “follows Raquel (Clara Galle) and Ares (Julio Pena) as they face challenges in the next chapter of their relationship and their individual lives.” At the end of Through My Window, Ares leaves for Stockholm to study medicine while Raquel stays behind and follows her dream of becoming a writer. Since then, the two have been dealing with a long-distance relationship, which will be tested as they reunite over the summer.
Relationships are complicated, but adding distance can add to that difficulty. Both Raquel and Ares have been creating new lives away from each other. With those new lives come, new people, which means new obstacles to overcome in the relationship. Because this is an adaptation of Godoy’s book Through You, told from the perspective of the oldest Hidalgo brother Artemis and his love interest Claudia, I am curious to see how this film will be handled. If you have read the book, you know it reads like it’s Through My Window but from Artemis and Claudia’s perspective. There isn’t a lot of Raquel and Ares in there, but with this film, it seems like they are the central focus.
But have no fear, my Claudia (Emilia Lazo) and Artemis (Eric Masip) fans, because from the looks of the trailer for Through My Window: Across the Sea, we will also see their love story. I’m glad because I enjoyed reading about them in Godoy’s book, so I would like to see how things go for them in the film. I do worry because there are three brothers in this story that the film could end up being a bit rushed to try and accommodate all the storylines. Hopefully, the director Marçal Forés made it work. Either way, I am excited to watch, and the trailer has me wishing it was already June.
Take a look at the official trailer for Through My Window: Across the Sea below:
Through My Window: Across the Sea stars Hugo Arbues, Natalia Azahara, Guillermo Lasheras, Andrea Chaparro, Ivan Lapadula, and Carla Tous. It will be available on June 23rd to stream on Netflix.