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El lápiz del carpintero (2003)

A love story between Republican Dr. Daniel Da Barca and a rich businessman' s the daughter Maris Mallo during the Spanish civil war.

Director:

Antón Reixa

Writers:

Manuel Rivas (novel), Xosé Morais (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Tristán Ulloa ... Daniel Da Barca
Luis Tosar ... Herbal
María Adánez María Adánez ... Marisa Mallo
Nancho Novo ... Zalo
María Pujalte ... Beatriz
Manuel Manquiña ... Benito Mallo
Anne Igartiburu ... Madre Izarne
Maxo Barjas Maxo Barjas ... Laura
Carlos Sobera Carlos Sobera ... Landesa
Sergio Pazos Sergio Pazos ... Sargento Somoza
Monti Castiñeiras ... Alejandro
Miguel de Lira Miguel de Lira ... Pepe Sánchez
Gonzalo Uriarte Gonzalo Uriarte ... Doctor Soláns
Celso Parada Celso Parada ... Gengis Kahn
Santi Prego Santi Prego ... Dombodán
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A love story between Republican Dr. Daniel Da Barca and a rich businessman' s the daughter Maris Mallo during the Spanish civil war.

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Una historia de amor y obsesión.

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Drama

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Trivia

The author of the novel on which the film is based, Manuel Rivas, has a cameo in the film. When Daniel is first taken to the beach and lined up with other prisoners to be shot, Rivas appears to the right of him in a grey jumper. See more »

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you are wrong
1 June 2015 | by erikaalonsocorreaSee all my reviews

The movie was shot in both languages (Spanish and Galician). It is a decision of the cinema to use one or the other. Unfortunately most cinemas opted for the Spanish option because it attracted more audience. Don't blame the director for that. By the way Anton Reixa is not a rich producer. The movie was shot in both languages (Spanish and Galician). It is a decision of the cinema to use one or the other. Unfortunately most cinemas opted for the Spanish option because it attracted more audience. Don't blame the director for that. By the way Anton Reixa is not a rich producer. The movie was shot in both languages (Spanish and Galician)


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Official Sites:

Official Site [Spain]

Country:

Spain

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

25 April 2003 (Spain) See more »

Also Known As:

Escrito en el destino See more »

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Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$747,626
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