Live Is Life Release Date, Cast, Plot, and Everything we know so far

Live Is Life: When you have a good group of people around you who make you want to live, life can be beautiful. In this…

Published: July 15th, 2022 6:35 am | Updated: July 15, 2022 6:35 am

Live Is Life: When you have a good group of people around you who make you want to live, life can be beautiful.

In this way, we always cling to our friends, with whom we spend the majority of our time when we are away from home. As an example, when we watch a movie or a series about friendship, it brings back memories of our good old days. Will that put a smile on your face? So, here’s another film to add to your Spanish list: Live Is Life.

Although it has already been released, Netflix has now announced the official release date for this fantastic Spanish comedy drama. This film will undoubtedly make you happy and bring back memories that you can cherish while watching.

Live Is Life: Released Date

Live Is Life

Dani de la Torre directed Live Is Life, and Netflix has officially announced that the Spanish comedy film will be released on July 18, 2022. Only four days are required to watch the film that has already won your heart. The series’ language is Spanish. The film lasts approximately 1 hour and 49 minutes.


The official trailer for the film has already been released; if you haven’t seen it yet, go watch it right now. While watching the trailer, we get a sneak peek at some of the movie’s plot points. When the trailer starts, we see a boy running away from a group of other children and getting into a car. Rodri is his name.

Later, he will be taken to his parent’s hometown to be reunited with his gange. Every summer after school, he would return to this town to spend time with his friends. Later, this gang of five decided to travel to the mountain in order to collect a magical flower. They will face numerous challenges on their journey. The bond between them grows stronger as well.

An adventure that will shape them through a fascinating story full of action, emotion, and hope, and that will live on in their memories of that summer, with Opus’s song “Live is Life” playing in the background.

The Cast

Adrián Baena as Rodri
Juan del Pozo as Álvaro
Raúl del Pozo as Maza
David Rodríguez as Suso
Javier Casellas as Garriga
Carlos Alberto Alonso as Dueño Chalé con Piscina
Lua Carteron as hermana Rodri
Mercedes Castro as Abuela de Rodri
Marc Martínez
Fernando Morán as Abuelo de Rodri