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Pajarico (1997)

 -  Drama  -  6 February 1998 (Spain)
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Francisco Rabal ...
El Abuelo
Alejandro Martínez ...
Manuel
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Fuensanta
Eusebio Lázaro ...
Tío Fernando
Manuel Bandera ...
Tío Juan
Juan Luis Galiardo ...
Tío Emilio
Eulàlia Ramon ...
Tía Margarita
María Luisa San José ...
Tía Beatriz
Violeta Cela ...
Tía Lola
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Tía Marisa
Eva Marciel ...
Loli
Israel Rodríguez ...
Emilio
Rafael Álvarez 'El Brujo' ...
Vagabundo
Rebeca Fernández ...
Amalia
Andrea Granero ...
Sofía
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Referenced in Museo Coconut: Pajarico (2010) See more »

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Mano Negra
By Mano Negra and Manu Chao (as M. Chao)
Performed by Mano Negra
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Won the award Paoa from Viña del Mar in 1998
22 February 2001 | by (Madrid, Spain) – See all my reviews

This film, made in Murcia (southeast of Spain) won the award Paoa in the International Festival of Cinema from Viña del Mar (Chile) in October'98, "for the sensitivity ant depth, the mood and the warm of the creation", said the jury. This jury unanimous decision was a surprise and deception between Alejandro Amenabar Spanish fans, who were awaiting the award for the "modern" Open Yours Eyes (a kind of Matrix with less money than the Wachowski's film).


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