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El crimen del cine Oriente (1997)

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Anabel Alonso ... María
Pepe Rubianes ... Salvador
Josep Maria Pou ... Sr. Sendra (as Jose Maria Pou)
Marta Fernández Muro ... Queta (as Marta Fernandez Muro)
Enrique Villén ... Andrés (as Enrique Villen)
Patricia Mendy Patricia Mendy ... Amparito
Pep Molina Pep Molina ... Martí
Joan Dalmau ... Asensi
Manel Dueso Manel Dueso ... Marcelino (as Manuel Dueso)
Enric Casamitjana Enric Casamitjana ... Padre María
Josefina Güell Josefina Güell ... Madre María
Marta Dualde Marta Dualde ... Celadora
Berta Ojea Berta Ojea ... La Maruja
Toni Miñana Toni Miñana ... Energúmeno
Maribel Altés Maribel Altés ... Señora Casa (as Maribel Altes)
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Spain

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Spanish

Filming Locations:

Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain

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Dolby

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Entertaining original movie
4 September 2001 | by earendil-1See all my reviews

"El crimen del Cine Oriente" is an original movie between the drama and the comedy. María is expelled from the home of her parents, Salvador, the manager of the Oriente Cinema, accommodates her and soon they become lovers; but Salvador uses to drink and violates her, and she's always writing letters telling she's very happy to her daughter (who mysteriously never appears), but María never sends the letters, she only writes them.

The music combines perfectly with some scenes and the lead actors have made a good job: Pepe Rubianes (great humorist in Catalonia) plays Salvador and he reflects a cruel person with a little touch of humor, and Anabel Alonso (María) reflects eroticism and drama.


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