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Overview (1)

Date of Birth 26 December 1938Tangier, Morocco

Mini Bio (1)

Jose Luis Alcaine has the theory that a Frank Borzage movie "Farewell to Arms" (1932) from a story by Ernest Hemingway, was the main and total inspiration for Pablo Picasso in the creation of the "GUERNICA", one of the most important painting of the XX century. He believes that several images of a sequence of 5 minutes long showing the exodus of countrymen and soldiers on an infernal rainy night was the inspiration of Pablo Picasso. This sequence can be found in the second half of the movie - from minute 51 to minute 56 -. If you tape "Jose Luis Alcaine and the Guernica" at the web you will find this theory with all the details very well explained.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Jose Luis Alcaine

Spouse (2)

Mariló Osuna (15 December 2006 - present)
Cecilia Bartolomé (? - ?) (divorced)

Trivia (3)

First cinematographer to use fluorescent tube as "key" lightning in the 1970s.
Frequently works with Pedro Almodóvar.
Was educated in the French Lycée Regnault and the Spanish Institute in Tangier, Morocco.

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