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After her mother's death, six-year-old Frida is sent to her uncle's family to live with them in the countryside. But Frida finds it hard to forget her mother and adapt to her new life.

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Cast

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Laia Artigas ...
Frida
Paula Robles ...
Anna
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Marga
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Esteve
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Avi
Montse Sanz ...
Lola
Isabel Rocatti ...
Àvia
Berta Pipó ...
Tieta Àngela
Etna Campillo ...
Irene
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Cesca
Quimet Pla ...
Gabriel
Dolores Fortis ...
Carnissera (as Dolors Fortis Artacho)
Tere Solà ...
Senyora Carnisseria (as Tere Solà Nasarre)
Josep Torrent ...
Doctor (as Josep Torrent Alabau)
Cristina Matas ...
Infermera (as Cristina Matas Calvet)
Noemí Piñana ...
Organizadora
Ricard Catalina ...
Matador
Jordi Figueras ...
Blai
Arnau Ferrer ...
Cosí
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Titón Frauca ...
Cambrera (uncredited)

Directed by

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Carla Simón

Written by

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Carla Simón ... ()

Produced by

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Valérie Delpierre ... executive producer / producer
Stefan Schmitz ... co-producer
María Zamora ... co-producer / executive producer

Music by

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Pau Boïgues
Ernest Pipó

Cinematography by

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Santiago Racaj

Film Editing by

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Didac Palou
Ana Pfaff

Editorial Department

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Noémie Dulau ... digital intermediate supervisor
Paulino Fernández Ibáñez ... digital intermediate colorist (as Paulino F. Ibáñez)
Álvaro Gago Díaz ... assistant editor (as Álvaro Díaz)
Victoria Lammers ... on-line editor
Miguel A. Trudu ... trailer editor

Casting By

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Mireia Juárez

Production Design by

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Mónica Bernuy

Art Direction by

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Mónica Bernuy
Isona Rigau

Set Decoration by

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Marta Bazaco

Costume Design by

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Anna Aguilà

Makeup Department

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Marta Arce ... makeup artist
Piluca Guillem ... hair stylist
Núria Ribera ... makeup and hair assistant
Anna Rosillo ... makeup and hair assistant

Production Management

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Mireia Graell Vivancos ... production manager
Bernat Llonch ... unit production manager
Samuel Sánchez Llamas ... unit production manager (as Samuel Sánchez)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Jorge Calatayud Blasco ... first assistant director (as Jorge Calatayud)
Guillem Coma ... additional assistant director
Neus Francàs ... director trainee
Nuria Herrera ... first assistant director
Isaura López-Dóriga ... second assistant director (as Isaura López)
Laura Salcedo ... third assistant director
Carlos Sierra ... third assistant director

Art Department

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Marta Bazaco ... set dresser
Fanny Espinet ... props
Pol Espunya ... art trainee
David Faüchs ... props
Daniel Fortià ... art assistant (as Dani Fortià)
Elisabeth Lorda ... art assistant
Diana Marzal ... on-set props
Gina Mills ... on-set assistant
Olga Ortiz ... poster
Isona Rigau ... assistant art director
Marta Ruiz Limas ... prop buyer (as Marta R. Limas)
Adrià Ruiz ... art trainee
Iris Santamaría ... graphic designer
Ivanna Sol ... art trainee

Sound Department

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Roger Blasco ... sound editor
Iñaki Díez ... boom operator (as Iñaki Diez)
Sandra Filippelli ... sound post-production coordinator
Dani García ... sound assistant
Jordi Joan García ... adr recordist
Cristina Garmón ... sound post-production coordinator
Carlos Jiménez ... re-recording mixer
Alberto Martínez ... assistant sound editor
Yvonne Miralles ... foley recordist
Eva Valiño ... sound
Kiku Vidal ... foley artist

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Antonio Chumillas ... digital compositor
Carlota Gutiérrez Pou ... digital compositor
Juanma Nogales ... visual effects supervisor
Ana Rubio ... visual effects producer
Darío Siero ... digital compositor (as Dario Siero)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Manel Aguado ... first assistant camera
Lara Blanco ... second assistant camera
Lucía Faraig ... still photographer
Óscar Felices ... gaffer (as Oscar Felices)
Julian Gonzalez ... genny operator
Enrique Martínez Yuste ... electrician (as Kike Martínez)
Isaac Martínez ... electrician (as Isaac Martinez)
Jesika Parreño ... electrician (as Jesika Parreño Muñoz)
Antonio Pérez ... making of
Santiago Racaj ... camera operator
Xavi Ruiz ... electrician (as Javier Ruiz López)
Edgar Solé ... electrician
Eric Solé ... electrician
Marc Surià ... video assist
Gerard Tarrats Costa ... second assistant camera (as Gerard Tarrats)

Casting Department

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Tatiana Dunyó ... casting assistant (as Tatiana Duñó)
Adrià Pagès ... casting trainee
Laura Salcedo ... extras casting

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Montse Aunos ... costume apprentice
Beatriz Frutos ... costume apprentice
Raquel Ibort ... seamstress (as Raquel Ibort Torres)
Anna Izquierdo ... costume assistant
Alba Jover ... costume apprentice
Olívia E. Rubal ... costume assistant
Paula Ventura ... costume assistant

Location Management

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Albert Blanch ... location manager

Music Department

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Dani Espinet ... music sound engineer

Transportation Department

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Hilario Hurtado Olaya ... driver (as Hilario Hurtado)

Other crew

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Joel Badosa ... security
Rachel Bouillon ... press attache: france
Manel Cabrera ... first aid
Eugenio Canevari ... coach assistant
Ricard Catalina ... lamb wrangler
Marcos Colorado ... product manager: Avalon
Jaume Duran ... production trainee
Ainhoa Fontanella ... production assistant
Ester Gozalo ... production trainee
Anna Juncadella ... production assistant
Ellina Kozulina ... production trainee
Elisabet Lorda ... production trainee
Angel Martínez ... cat trainer
Jan Matheu ... production trainee
Joan Moreno ... security
Marc Mudarra ... security
Marc Navarro ... security
Paloma F. Nebot ... production coordinator
Ana Nueno ... production accountant: Avalon
Laia Ricart ... coach
Alex Rius ... vet
Nuria Rodríguez ... vet
Carlos Saladrigas ... production staff
Anna Salgado ... production trainee
Ana Sanz Magallón ... story editor (as Ana Sanz)
Laura Tajada ... coach
Àlex Vicente Serra ... production staff (as Alex Vicente)
Ramon Vilanova ... security
Arnau Vilaró ... script supervisor
Valentina Viso ... script editor

Thanks

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Mónica Bernuy ... the producers wish to thank
Mar Coll ... the director wishes to thank
Tono Folguera ... the producers wish to thank
Fernando Franco ... the director wishes to thank
Mireia Graell Vivancos ... the producers wish to thank (as Mireia Graell)
Ginesta Guindal ... the director wishes to thank
Mireia Juárez ... the producers wish to thank
Arne Kohlweyer ... the director wishes to thank
Ferran Margarit ... the director wishes to thank
Carlos Marques-Marcet ... the director wishes to thank (as Carlos Marques Marcet)
Berta Pipó ... the director wishes to thank
Ernest Pipó ... the director wishes to thank
Nely Reguera ... the director wishes to thank (as Nelly Reguera)
Celia Rico Clavellino ... the director wishes to thank (as Celia Rico)
Franz Rodenkirchen ... the director wishes to thank
Alberto Rodríguez ... the director wishes to thank
Jaime Rosales ... the director wishes to thank
Nacho Ruiz Capillas ... the director wishes to thank / the producers wish to thank
Neus Simon Pipó ... dedicatee (as Neus)
Selina Ukwuoma ... the director wants to thank

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

In the Summer of 1993, Frida, a six-year-old little girl, leaves Barcelona and her grandparents for the countryside. After her father, her mother has just died of a mysterious illness. Taken in by her uncle Esteve and aunt Marga, Frida discovers her new environment, an old stone farmhouse in a mountainous area close to a dense forest. Her new "parents" prove friendly. Another good point is that they have a three-year old daughter named Anna who can become a playmate. For another child less disturbed than miserable uprooted Frida, this would be the most idyllic of stays, in other words a permanent vacation. But Frida IS disturbed and if there are undeniably good times at her new "home", there is also the unexpressed pain which makes her both feel sad and behave badly. Will Frida overcome her troubles ? Only the end of Summer will tell. Written by Guy Bellinger

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Also Known As
  • Verano 1993 (Spain)
  • Summer 1993 (World-wide, English title)
  • Été 93 (France)
  • Fridas Sommer (Germany)
  • Sommeren 1993 (Denmark)
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Runtime
  • 97 min
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Budget EUR960,000 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia The film is autobiographical. See more »
Movie Connections Features El retorno de D'Artacan (1990). See more »
Soundtracks Toma mucha fruta See more »
Quotes Frida: No one loves me here.
Anna: I love you.
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