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Hotel y domicilio (1995)

A forense gay who was left by his lover seeks help of his neighbour who is psychatrist. Following the suggestion of advertising at a contact agency he is drawn into a story of murder.

Director:

Ernesto Del Río
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Jorge Sanz ... Bruno
Santiago Ramos ... Ángel
Enrique San Francisco ... Mario
Anabel Alonso ... Mavi
Ramón Barea ... Montero (as Ramon Barea)
Joseba Apaolaza ... Ramón
José Manuel Cervino ... Guillermo (as Jose Manuel Cervino)
Ramón Agirre Ramón Agirre ... Ramiro (as Ramon Agirre)
Jox Berasategui Jox Berasategui ... Vigilante (as Jose Mª Berasategi)
Ion Gabella Ion Gabella ... Detenido
Saturnino García ... Recepcionista (as Saturnino Garcia)
Maite Díaz Maite Díaz ... Merche (as Maite Diaz)
Txema Blasco Txema Blasco ... Policia Juzgado
Luis Marías Luis Marías ... (as Luis Marias)
Ricardo Franco Ricardo Franco
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A forense gay who was left by his lover seeks help of his neighbour who is psychatrist. Following the suggestion of advertising at a contact agency he is drawn into a story of murder. Written by Volker Boehm

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Genres:

Drama | Thriller

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Country:

Spain

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

27 October 1995 (Spain) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby SR

Color:

Color (Eastmancolor)

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Mírame
Written by Óscar Matías Sorozábal (as Oscar Matia) and Carlos Zubiaga
Performed by Los Mitos
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Unusually fine film of somewhat overworked topic
25 April 1999 | by gonz30See all my reviews

This film, dealing with somewhat tired topics such as mid life crisis, closeted homosexuals, young hustlers, and murder, is saved by its outstanding cast, mainly Jorge Sanz and Santiago Ramos (who should appear at the top of your credits). These two outstanding European actors, from two different generations, breathe life into somewhat overworked themes. The locales, Bilbao, and the Basque country are also fresh touches that add to the film's uniqueness.


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