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Burnt Skin (1967)

La piel quemada (original title)
Mass inner migration in Spain from Andalusia to Catalonia in the 60s is portrayed in two stages: first the husband, who must adapt to his new country, find work and a place for his family ... See full summary »

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(as José Maria Forn)

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(as José Maria Forn), (story) (as José María Forn)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Antonio Iranzo ...
José
Marta May ...
Juana
Silvia Solar ...
La turista belga
Luis Valero ...
Manolo
Ángel Lombarte ...
Andrés (as Angel Lombarte)
Carlos Otero ...
Julio
Juan Miguel Solano ...
Fernando
Inés Guisado ...
Juanita (as Ines Guisado)
Santiago Guisado ...
Pepito
Josep Castillo Escalona ...
Pagador (as José Castillo Escalona)
Carlos Ronda ...
Veterano de guerra
Miquel Graneri ...
Profesor de religión 1 (as Miguel Graneri)
Isidro Novellas ...
Profesor de religión 2
Luis del Pueblo
Andrés Úbeda ...
(as Andres Ubeda)
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Mass inner migration in Spain from Andalusia to Catalonia in the 60s is portrayed in two stages: first the husband, who must adapt to his new country, find work and a place for his family to live. Then his wife and children. Any shock must be overcome by their vital needs. Written by chiendalou

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13 February 1967 (Spain)  »

Also Known As:

La Peau Brûlée  »

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No aconseguiran
Written by Lleó Borrell (as León Borrell) and José Mª. Andreu
Performed by Salvador Escamilla
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Extraordinary portrait of the 60s of Spain by Josep Maria Forn.
24 May 2016 | by (Spain) – See all my reviews

"La Piel Quemada" is among the best Spanish films, but was ignored at the time. It is a portrait of the sad reality that hundreds of thousands of Spaniards who had to escape the misery that was in many regions of the peninsula were driven...

Few films so faithfully reflect a time like this portrait of the 60s, in the boom of tourism development in the Mediterranean region, and more specifically in Catalonia. With very successful scenes knows to reflect such diverse aspects as the use of Catalan in those years, the treatment of the 'Charnego' rural life in deep Andalusia (Guadix is the hometown of the protagonists), with all its limitations or misery, social and labor; the tremendous contrast to life in the tourist area, where if freedom is achieved, at least get to graze, and where there are opportunities for those who seek them in one way or another....

Simple script and excellently developed, encompassing the struggling long family trip, crossing half of Spain, and to some suspense remains at the end of it with the arrival in Lloret del Mar. Even long scenes manage to convey a sense of ennui very appropriate.

The portrait of the Spain of the time managed by Josep Maria Forn and interpretation of Antoni Iranzo, are great.


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