Ana, who works on the Committee for the release of some suspected terrorists sentenced to death, suffers a faint. Her uncle Norman, a former doctor who was withdrawn from the drug smuggling...
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Ana is alive and married with Antonio; they arrive in the manor in the countryside of Spain where she worked as a nanny many years ago, for the centennial birthday of the matriarch. In ... See full summary »
Fernando Fernán Gómez
A group of flamenco dancers are rehearsing a very spanish version of the Prosper Merimee's drama. Antonio (the coreographer) falls in love with Carmen (the main dancer). Their story then ... See full summary »
Laura del Sol,
Paco de Lucía
Antonio, a taxi driver, his wife, and two chidren arrive one fine afternoon at a solitary beach, looking for sea-shells. However, they will find more than expected: namely, Ombasi and Yambo... See full summary »
A teenager who went missing and was presumed dead returns home after eight years to find a family deeply affected by his disappearance. Gradually, doubts arise about whether he really is the missing boy or an impostor.
Juan, a journalist, has always with him a tape recorder in which he records the interviews he does without judging them, an assessment that he leaves to his boss and friend, Paco. While he ... See full summary »
José Luis Gómez,
Juan is the handsome, irresponsible, best-loved second son. When his older brother, who runs the family's black-market business with their steel-willed mother, marries Juan's lover Ana, ... See full summary »
BLACK TEARS tells a tragic love stoey. Andre's life is completely shaken after he meets Isabel. She is not really crazy, simply different. Isabel is suffering, and Andres follows her ... See full summary »
During the Spanish Civil War, a Falangist assigned to the University City is ordered to tour Madrid disguised as a Republican militiaman to deliver a message to a leader of the Resistance. ... See full summary »
Ana, who works on the Committee for the release of some suspected terrorists sentenced to death, suffers a faint. Her uncle Norman, a former doctor who was withdrawn from the drug smuggling license, offers her a remedy that could cure her brain disease, but warns Ana that it can also have consequences: it produces such a dis-inhibition that the patient lies beyond good and evil, ethics and convictions.Written by
a now major spanish director was starting. franco's dictatorship was still close and symbols still played their role in the spanish films. despite of a weird and not well link paly, the atmosphere created by the excellent photography and sound takes some scenes of this film to the heaven of souvenirs at the brain, still shocking the senses
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