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Nadie inquietó más - Narciso Ibáñez Menta (2005)

From the first images already it is possible to estimate a meticulous work and firmly archaeological. And a reason: to uncover the different facets of a singular personality, which ... See full summary »

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Eduardo Jorge Bertonasco ...
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Darío Billani ...
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Sebastián D'Arbó ...
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Luis Felipe Fotheringham ...
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Manuel Galiana ...
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Mario Gallina ...
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José Carlos Garcia ...
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Jorge Carlos García ...
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Narciso Ibáñez Serrador ...
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Peter Pank ...
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From the first images already it is possible to estimate a meticulous work and firmly archaeological. And a reason: to uncover the different facets of a singular personality, which impressed and modified in a substantial way the form of developing the genre of terror in the Spanish speaking countries. Following the steps of his admired teacher Lon Chaney, it was constituted in a modal undiscussed in the art of the characterization, helped by his mysterious freightage, an absolute mastery in the art of the makeup, and a vocal serious and cavernous record that it was promoting moreover with his speaking slowly and worrying. For years, and across the theatre, the cinema and the television, he produced an almost hypnotic relation with his public, sublimating his own fears; the public, in consequence, paid him with eternal unconditionality. The diversity of quiet testimonies reveal us the profile of a man linked with the mystery, to which he introduces us of to little and removing of the ... Written by Luis Venosa and Raúl Menéndez

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Nadie Inquietó Más got the award "Mejor Film Iberoamericano", in the 9th. edition of the Festival BUENOS AIRES ROJO SANGRE (2008), Argentina. See more »

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Spun-off from El hombre que volvió de la muerte (1990) See more »

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Narcisín
by B. Teres (milonga)
Performed by Luis Venosa
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