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The Seclet of the Tlumpet! (1995)

El secdleto de la tlompeta (original title)
On the run from the police in a desperate attempt to escape a pair of Civil Guardians, a peaceful gas-station worker embarks on a frenzied road adventure.

Director:

Javier Fesser

Writer:

Javier Fesser
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Ramón Langa Ramón Langa ... Narrador (voice)
Pablo Pinedo Pablo Pinedo ... Pinedo / Madre de Gutiérrez / Hermano Gemelo de Pinedo (as Pabdlo Pinedo)
Pietro Olivera Pietro Olivera ... El Padre Lucas (as Pietdo Olivedga)
César Vea ... El Obrero (as Cezad Vea)
Guillermo Fesser Guillermo Fesser ... El Productor de Cortos (voice) (as Guilledmo Fessed)
José Maria Deleyto José Maria Deleyto ... El Guardia Forestal del Bosque de Álamos Milenarios de Bustarviejo (as Jose Madia Deleyto)
Alberto Fesser Alberto Fesser ... El Dueño de la Gasolinera (as Albedto Fessed)
Jaime Barella Jaime Barella ... Hombre de Telefónica #1 (as Jaime Badella)
Juan Luis Cano Juan Luis Cano ... Hombre de Telefónica #2
Angel Rico Angel Rico ... Guardia Civil #1 (as Angel Dico)
Paco Cubo Paco Cubo ... Guardia Civil #2
César Macarrón César Macarrón ... Excursionista Tiroteado (as Cesad Macadon)
José Riolobos José Riolobos ... El niño amigo del Padre Lucas (as Jose Diolobos)
José Monleón José Monleón ... Amadeo, el Portero del Padre Lucas (as Jose Moleon)
Rogelio Fora Rogelio Fora ... Piloto de Rally / Hermano Gemelo del Piloto de Rally (as Dogelio Foda)
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Storyline

On the run from the police in a desperate attempt to escape a pair of Civil Guardians, Pinedo, a peaceful and quiet gas-station worker, stumbles upon the kind-hearted and easy-going Father Lucas. Unexpectedly, as the two men get close by a twist of fate, their frenzied adventure will interweave with a riotous parade of colourful characters, including an obscure producer of short films and an elderly short-sighted gamekeeper. Written by Nick Riganas

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Short | Comedy

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Crazy Credits

Esta película está dedicada a todos los listos del mundo (This film is dedicated to all the clever people in the world) See more »

Connections

Referenced in The Miracle of P. Tinto (1998) See more »

Soundtracks

Aires de Fiesta
Performed by Karina (uncredited)
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Creativity without limits
12 January 2001 | by el_monty_BCNSee all my reviews

Javier Fesser has a very particular, cartoonish directing style, and this short movie, which has gathered a bit of a cult status in Spain, is probably the maximum expression of his radical approach. The best way to describe would probably be to say it's like a surrealist painting brought to life. A collage of characters, places, sounds and smells which interwaeave and collide with each other in a seemingly chaotic dance, but are really timed which such a sense of rythm that the piece has the coherence of a symphony, albeit one based on the absurd. Even the most seasoned of cinemagoers can't help but be caught off guard on first viewing this unique film. Other efforts by Fesser, although still retaining his skewered style, cannot match the manic energy of this one. Memorable.


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Country:

Spain

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

21 April 1996 (Spain) See more »

Also Known As:

El secreto de la trompeta See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Películas Pendelton See more »
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Sound Mix:

Dolby

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.66 : 1
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