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Pieles (2017)

In a strange world where people share numerous deformities, the same problem we all face challenges each of them: to find someone who accepts you as you are. Sometimes, that means finding yourself first.

Director:

Eduardo Casanova

Writer:

Eduardo Casanova (screenplay by)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Ana Polvorosa ... Samantha
Carmen Machi ... Claudia
Macarena Gómez ... Laura
Candela Peña ... Ana
Jon Kortajarena ... Guille
Secun de la Rosa Secun de la Rosa ... Ernesto
Joaquín Climent ... Alexis
Antonio Durán 'Morris' ... Simon
Itziar Castro ... Itziar
Ana María Ayala Ana María Ayala ... Vanesa
Eloi Costa ... Cristian
Enrique Martínez Enrique Martínez ... Oliver
Carolina Bang ... Psiquiatra
María Jesús Hoyos María Jesús Hoyos ... Madre Ernesto
Vanessa Redondo Vanessa Redondo ... Mujer Extraña
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In a strange world where people share numerous deformities, the same problem we all face challenges each of them: to find someone who accepts you as you are. Sometimes, that means finding yourself first.

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Comedy | Drama

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Country:

Spain

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

1 April 2017 (Germany) See more »

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2.35 : 1
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One of a kind

Taking Freaks (1932) and The Elephant Man (1980) as starting point, Eduardo Casanova's debut runs essentially in a very superficial way: A set of scenes remarkable for their delicacy in the composition and for the joy of pink, comprises a "late baroqueer" Cabinet of Curiosities. It's a movie with a very bold language that talks about desire and suffering, loneliness, about what is erotic and what disgusting, about the monstrosity in the meaning and shape. About accepting oneself and the right to replace our limits with new ones. The contradictions that produced the subjectivity of beauty. "You're only interested in the way I look" says one of the female characters. In this context it is a brilliant paradox. Superficial, I said, and frivolous: Very Louis XV style. But no superfluous. The dramatic central dialogues give depth and direction to the film. Its non-correct spirit and daring language make it one of a kind.


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