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Director:
Writers:
Fernando de Rojas (novel)
Rafael Azcona (adaptation) ...
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Release Date:
8 November 1996 (Spain) See more »
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Plot:
The young nobleman Calisto falls in love with Melibea, the daughter of a rich merchant. Calisto's servant... See more » | Add synopsis »
Awards:
4 wins & 8 nominations See more »
User Reviews:
Good performances in a speedy, period piece tragedy with a fair amount of skin See more (8 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Penélope Cruz ... Melibea (as Penelope Cruz)
Terele Pávez ... Celestina (as Terele Pavez)

Juan Diego Botto ... Calisto

Maribel Verdú ... Areusa (as Maribel Verdu)

Jordi Mollà ... Pármeno (as Jordi Molla)
Nancho Novo ... Sempronio

Nathalie Seseña ... Lucrecia
Carlos Fuentes ... Sosia

Candela Peña ... Elicia
Anna Lizaran ... Alisa (as Ana Lizaran)
Sergio Villanueva ... Tristán
Ángel de Andrés López ... Centurio (as Angel de Andres Lopez)

Lluís Homar ... Pleberio (as Lluis Homar)
Ana Risueño ... Poncia
Rodrigo García ... Crito (as Rodrigo Garcia)
Amparo Gómez Ramos ... Ana (as Amparo Gomez Ramos)
Joaquín Notario ... Verdugo (as Joaquin Notario)
José Coromina ... Traso (as Jose Coromina)
Aquilino Gamazo ... Patibulario
Igor Otaegui ... Patibulario

Directed by
Gerardo Vera 
 
Writing credits
Fernando de Rojas (novel)

Rafael Azcona (adaptation) and
Gerardo Vera (adaptation)

Francisco Rico (additional dialogue)

Rafael Azcona (screenplay)

Produced by
Fernando de Garcillán .... associate producer (as Fernando de Garcillan)
Andrés Vicente Gómez .... producer (as Andres Vicente Gomez)
Antonio Saura .... associate producer
 
Cinematography by
José Luis López-Linares  (as Jose Luis Lopez-Linares)
 
Film Editing by
Pedro del Rey 
 
Production Design by
Ana Alvargonzález  (as Ana Alvargonzalez)
 
Costume Design by
Sonia Grande 
Gerardo Vera 
 
Makeup Department
Marta Adánez .... assistant makeup artist (as Marta Adanez)
Paca Almenara .... makeup artist
Dolores Damas .... assistant hair stylist
Montse Damas .... assistant hair stylist
María Jesús Echevarría .... hair stylist (as Maria Jesus Echevarria)
Alicia López Medina .... hair stylist (as Alicia Lopez Medina)
Paula Moheda .... assistant hair stylist
Teresa Rabal .... assistant makeup artist
Rosana Rodríguez .... assistant makeup artist (as Rosana Rodriguez)
 
Production Management
Angélica Huete .... unit production manager (as Angelica Huete)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Arantxa Aguirre .... assistant director
Daniel Cebrián .... second assistant director (as Daniel Cebrian)
Ana Serret .... third assistant director
Vicente Vieitez .... trainee assistant director
 
Art Department
José Miguel Bombín .... assistant set decorator (as Jose Miguel Bombin)
Carlos Fominaya .... head set dresser
Ángel García .... property master (as Angel Garcia)
Jesús Gómez .... props (as Jesus Gomez)
Nano Montero .... props
Betty Pérez .... props (as Betty Perez)
Javier Mateos .... laborer: set decorator/prop shop (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
José Antonio Bermúdez .... sound mixer (as Jose Antonio Bermudez)
Marco Bermúdez .... sound effects recordist (as Marco Bermudez)
Luis Castro .... foley artist
Jaime Fernández-Cid Buscató .... boom operator (as Jaime Fernandez-Cid)
Antonio García .... dialogue recordist (as Antonio Garcia)
Diego Garrido .... sound mixer
Jaume Puig .... dolby consultant
Miguel Rejas .... sound
 
Special Effects by
Reyes Abades .... special effects
Juan Carlos Urbán .... special effects assistant (as Juan Carlos Urban)
Tomás Urbán .... special effects (as Tomas Urban)
 
Visual Effects by
Pablo Núñez .... opticals
 
Stunts
Ignacio Carreño .... stunt double: Lluís Homar
Juan Maján .... stunts (as Juan Majan)
Luis Rodríguez .... stunts (as Luis Rodríguez)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Arturo Aldegunde .... steadicam
Luis Miguel Daza .... electrician
Teo Delgado .... camera operator
Alfredo Díaz .... key grip (as Alfredo Diaz)
Eva Díaz .... second assistant camera (as Eva Diaz Iglesias)
Emma Fernández .... second assistant camera (as Emma Fernandez)
Mónica Lleó .... video assist (as Monica Lleo)
Emiliano Merino .... gaffer
Félix Pascual .... electrician (as Felix Pascual)
Pilar Redal .... assistant camera (as Pity Redal Montane)
Jorge Samper .... electrician (as Jorge Samper)
Antonio Sanz .... still photographer
José Sedano .... lighting technician
Macu Tejera Osuna .... assistant still photographer (as Macu Tejero)
Manuel Zambrana .... still photographer (as Manuel Zambrano)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Alejandro Carrasco .... costume assistant
Francisco Delgado .... assistant costume designer
María Luisa Durán .... costume assistant (as Maria Luisa Duran)
Joaquín Montull .... assistant costume designer (as Joaquin Montul)
Manuel Ortega .... costume assistant (as Manolo Ortega)
Isabel Perales .... seamstress assistant
Marina Rodríguez .... seamstress (as Marina Rodriguez)
María de los Ángeles del Saz .... costume assistant (as Maria de los Angeles del Saz)
 
Editorial Department
Ascen Marchena .... second assistant editor
Blanca Rodríguez .... assistant editor (as Blanca Rodríguez)
 
Music Department
Gerardo Vera .... music selection
 
Transportation Department
Ángel Frutos .... driver (as Angel Frutos)
Andrés García .... driver (as Andres Garcia Moreno)
José Carlos Lariz Alonso .... driver (as Jose Carlos Lariz)
Matías Pilas .... driver (as Matias Pilas)
Agustín Ruiz .... driver (as Agustin Ruiz)
 
Other crew
Yuyi Beringola .... script supervisor
Fernando Durán .... production trainee (as Fernando Duran)
Félix Durán .... wrangler (as Felix Duran)
Ana Figueroa .... third production assistant
Francisco Javier García .... production trainee (as Francisco Javier Garcia)
Raimundo García .... script supervisor (as Raimundo Garcia)
Wenceslao García .... fencing (as Wenceslao Garcia)
José María González Sinde .... second production assistant (as Jose M.ª Gonzalez Sinde Reig)
Margarita Kramer .... press and publicity
Carlos Morais .... production trainee (as Carlos Morais de Araujo)
Alfonso Ortegón .... production trainee (as Alfonso Ortegon)
Igor Otaegui .... fencing
Rafael Pedregosa .... wrangler
Jesús Riarán .... wrangler (as Jesus Riaran)
María Rodríguez .... production assistant (as Maria Rodriguez)
Marta Sabell .... production trainee (as Marta Sabell Stewart-Howie)
Eva Sklar .... press and publicity
Santiago Vargas .... production trainee (as Santiago Vargas Tejerina)
 
Thanks
Chus Pérez Castro .... thanks
 
Crew believed to be complete


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Additional Details

Runtime:
92 min | Spain:109 min
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Color:
Color (Eastmancolor)
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1 See more »
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
Carmen Maura was the first choice for the title role of CelestinaSee more »
Movie Connections:
Version of La Celestina (1969)See more »
Soundtrack:
Estudio opus 6 nº 11See more »

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Good performances in a speedy, period piece tragedy with a fair amount of skin, 2 February 2011
Author: bribabylk from United States

Interesting movie to look at, but failed to make me really care about the characters. The dialogue and manner of speaking was rather artificial and overly-theatrical; as if it were trying to go for a Shakespeare-lite effect. The characters' actions sometimes seemed to be nonsensical and in service to the plot rather than being the way people in such a situation would really behave; they would often act against their own obvious best interests with little to gain. If there was any kind of theme here I'm not sure what it was: Greed is bad? Let love take a natural course, without resorting to supernatural means to advance it? And I'm not even sure that Celestina really did any "magic" to get the two lovers together; she was just more of a persuasive facilitator than potion-brewing sorceress. I myself didn't have any problem with the sex/nudity; there's nothing wrong with looking at beautiful bodies and people enjoying each other. In the DVD I saw, however, some of the full-frontal nudity was blurred out, and some--a scene of Mr. Botto arising out of a bathtub--was not, so I guess someone somewhere DID have a problem with it.

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