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Dolor y gloria ()


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A film director reflects on the choices he's made in life as past and present come crashing down around him.

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Jacinta
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Salvador Mallo
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Federico
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Alberto Crespo
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Zulema
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Padre
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Mercedes
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Madre
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Rosita
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Radióloga
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Sacerdote
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Presentador
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Dr. Galindo
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Beata
César Vicente ...
Albañil
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Herself (archiveFootage)
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Espectador
Paqui Horcajo
Esther García
Asier Flores ...
Salvador niño
Luis Calero
Marisol Muriel
Sara Sierra ...
Conchita
Aline Casagrande
Neus Alborch
Alba Gómez
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Bud Stamper (uncredited) (archiveFootage)
Topacio Fresh ...
Espectadora (uncredited)
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Rose Loomis (uncredited) (archiveFootage)
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Wilma Dean Loomis (uncredited) (archiveFootage)

Directed by

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Pedro Almodóvar

Written by

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Pedro Almodóvar ... ()

Produced by

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Agustín Almodóvar ... producer
Esther García ... producer

Music by

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Alberto Iglesias

Cinematography by

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José Luis Alcaine ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Teresa Font

Editorial Department

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Chema Alba ... colorist
Elena Araco ... mastering
Clara Martínez Malagelada ... first assistant editor
Ricardo Real ... colorist: dailies

Casting By

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Eva Leira
Yolanda Serrano

Production Design by

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Antxón Gómez

Art Direction by

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María Clara Notari

Costume Design by

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Paola Torres

Makeup Department

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Ana Lozano ... makeup designer
Sergio Pérez Berbel ... hair stylist
Adriana Robles ... makeup and hair assistant / makeup artist

Production Management

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Mirella Cuesta ... assistant production manager
Juan Galindo ... production assistant
Toni Novella ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Manuel Calvo ... first assistant director
Christopher Downs ... key second assistant director
Laura Díez ... third assistant director
David Esquivel ... assistant director
Víctor Quintero ... trainee assistant director

Art Department

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Francisco Bassi ... set designer
Pablo Buratti ... art department illustrator / storyboard artist
Carlota Casado ... property master
Vicent Díaz ... set designer
Juan Gatti ... graphic designer
Marta Loza Alonso ... art coordinator
Elsa Moya Vela ... assistant property master
José Luis Moya ... construction manager
José Luis Saldaña ... set designer
Paco Valderrama ... scenery painter

Sound Department

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Valeria Arcieri ... assistant re-recording mixing
Tamara Arévalo ... boom operator
Ana Caparrós ... assistant sound editor
Abraham Fernández ... assistant sound effects editor
Lucas Fernández ... boom operator
Pelayo Gutiérrez ... supervising sound editor
Anna Harrington ... dialogue editor
Alejandro López ... dialogue editor
Ana Belén Martín ... sound editor
Boi Martínez ... assistant sound effects editor
Marta Monistrol ... foley artist
Miguel Muñoz Huete ... sound effects editor
Marc Orts ... re-recording mixer
Berta Sabatés ... foley recordist

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Ignacio Caicoya ... digital compositor: El Ranchito
Alejandro Pérez Cantero ... digital compositor
Alejandro Carretón ... digital compositor: El Ranchito
Yusef El Khadir ... machmove artist
Catalina Farías ... Matte painter
Edgiannid Figueroa ... visual effects producer: El Ranchito VFX
Clara López ... producer's assitant
Carlos Monteagudo ... pipeline
María José Rincón ... visual effects
Alejandro Rivas ... digital compositor: El Ranchito VFX

Stunts

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Ignacio Herráez ... stunt actor
Eduardo Moratilla ... stunt coordinator

Camera and Electrical Department

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Manel Aguado ... additional first assistant camera
Aitor Axpe ... electrician
Fernando Beltrán ... gaffer
Lara Blanco ... additional second assistant camera
José Burgos Sologuren ... second assistant camera
Roberto Campos ... genny op
Antonio González Albalate ... trainee assistant camera
José Manuel Herrero ... underwater camera operator
Ígor Iglesias ... video assist operator
Aarón López ... first assistant "a" camera
Joaquín Manchado ... camera operator
Raúl Manchado ... steadicam operator
Sergio Mantecón ... lighting technician
Kimio Ogawa ... electrician
Nerea Osuna ... second assistant camera
Manolo Pavón ... still photographer
Noemí Sancho ... data wrangler
Paco Sánchez Polo ... additional camera operator

Casting Department

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Iván Armesto ... extras casting director
Leticia Criado ... casting assistant
Cristina Guillén ... casting assistant
Cristina Vicente ... casting assistant

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Ana Cuerda ... assistant costume designer
Andrea Jiménez ... set costumer
Julio Prieto ... additional cutter/fitter

Location Management

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César Pardiñas ... location manager

Music Department

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Thomas Bowes ... violin soloist
Natasha Canter ... assistant engineer
José Luis Crespo ... music mixer
Carmen Gil ... studio coordinator
Steve Mair ... musician: double bass
Alicia Morote ... music department
Alejandro Rochette ... assistant music mixer
Javier Valdés ... studio manager

Other crew

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Yuyi Beringola ... script supervisor
Sofía Gea ... production assistant
Jorge Luengo ... marketing and creative services/trailer
Rafa Martínez ... marketing and creative services
Astrid Mayor Ramis ... trailer designer
Borja Mochón ... production intern
Sergio Rey ... communications department

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Special Effects

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Storyline

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Also Known As
  • Pain and Glory (World-wide, English title)
  • Douleur et gloire (France)
  • Leid und Herrlichkeit (Germany)
  • Болка и величие (Bulgaria, Bulgarian title)
  • Dor e Glória (Brazil)
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Runtime
  • 113 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Julieta Serrano's first collaboration with Pedro Almodóvar in almost thirty years. They had previously worked together on many of his 1980s films: Pepi, Luci, Bom and Other Girls Like Mom (1980), Dark Habits (1983), Matador (1986), Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down! (1989) and, most famously, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown (1988). See more »
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