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A woman enters a restaurant one morning - only to be met with silence instead of people talking. | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)
Marta Belenguer ... Mujer

Nacho Vigalondo ... Tipo
Antonio Tato ... Luis / Camarero
Borja Cobeaga ... Ayte. Camarero 1
Javier Reguilón ... Ayte. Camarero 2
Alejandro Garrido ... Cliente Barra
Velasco Broca ... Cliente 1
Esperanza Palacios ... Cliente 2
Manuel Nebreda ... Cliente 3
Sebastian Elices ... Cliente 4
Resu Vigalondo ... Cliente 5
Dolores Gonzalez ... Cliente 6
Alejandro Tejerías ... Cliente 7 (as Alejandro Tejeria)
Patricia Maldonado ... Cliente 8
Javier Sánchez de la Cima ... Niño 1
Santiago De Los Santos ... Niño 2
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Directed by
Nacho Vigalondo 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Nacho Vigalondo  writer

Produced by
Eduardo Carneros .... producer
Javier Ibarretxe .... producer
Oscar Reguera .... associate producer
Juanan Urkixo .... associate producer
Original Music by
Fernando Velázquez 
Cinematography by
Jon D. Domínguez  (as Jon Díez Domínguez)
Film Editing by
Javier Diaz Vega 
Art Direction by
Guillermo Llaguno 
Set Decoration by
Urko Aguirre 
Makeup Department
Cecilia Escot .... makeup artist
Production Management
Pablo Barinaga .... assistant production manager
Nahikari Ipiña .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Sergio Barrejón .... assistant director
Koldo Serra .... first assistant director
Sound Department
Cristian Amores .... sound
Javier Ortiz Fulton .... sound editor
Camera and Electrical Department
Txemi Alonso .... electrician
Aitor Basterretxea .... grip
Charlie Herranz .... assistant camera
Laura Maestegui .... still photographer
Gorka Rotaetxe .... camera operator
Víctor Berlin .... thanks
Johnny Knoxville .... thanks
Patxi Urkijo .... thanks (as Patxi Urquijo)

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Also Known As:
"7:35 de la mañana" - Spain (original title)
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8 min | 9 min
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One of the customers is the director's mother, Resu Vigalondo.See more »
Movie Connections:
Featured in The 77th Annual Academy Awards (2005) (TV)See more »
A las 7:35 de la mañanaSee more »


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Undone by the discordant ending, 17 February 2008
Author: planktonrules from Bradenton, Florida

Up until the end of this film, I was thoroughly captivated. This short film was very, very charming and cute--sort of like an old-time musical come to real life. The ending, however, undid pretty much the entire film, though it's obvious from other reviews and the Oscar nomination that others liked it just fine.

A woman enters the same café she usually goes to but things are oddly different--it's very quiet. Then, out of the blue, one of the customers starts singing a song about a woman he loves but hasn't yet had the courage to meet. Then, and here's the charming and absurd part, each person in the café begins singing lines for this long and complex and very catchy song--like a giant musical number but done with "real" people who really can't sing. It seems later that they are all doing this because the man is crazy and is holding them all hostage. This and the final scene completely took me out of the moment. Up until then, I thought this was just a weird guy who enlisted the help of the patrons VOLUNTARILY. The hostage element and the final horrible (but darkly funny) scene completely ruined the experience--especially since we are in an age of terrorism and bombings.

Clever but too dark and sick at the end. With a more appropriately upbeat ending, this film would have been great.

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