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::: Cinema dal Mondo :::

TIEMPO DE TORMENTA

:: DETAILS

Reg./Dir.:
Pedro Olea
Scen./Script:
Miguel Angel Fernández
Alicia Giménez Bartlett
Joaquín Górriz
Fot./Phot.:
Néstor Calvo
Mont./Ed.:
José Salcedo
Mus.:
Ángel Illarramendi
Scg./Art Dir.:
Juan Botella
Cos.:
Eva Arretxe
Int./Cast:
Maribel Verdú (Elena)
Jorge Sanz (Chus)
Darío Grandinetti (Óscar)
María Barranco (Sara)
Mónica Randall (Begoña)
Remedios Cervantes (Laura)
Rafael Reaño (Marcos)
Ramón Goyanes (Josito)
Prod.:
Andrés Vicente Gómez
Enrique Cerezo
Orig.:
Spagna / Spain 2003
86' / v.o. spagnolo / 35 mm
Print sources:
LolaFilms
C. Velasquez 12
28001 Madrid, Spain
Tel. 0034914367400
Fax 0034914355994


:: PLOT

Two couples in a restaurant. Elena and Chus are having dinner with a group of friends but it does not stop them arguing. Close by, Sara and Óscar, try to avoid the shipwreck of their marriage. They do not know each other, but the two couples find a temporary solution to their problems. A few years later they meet again, this time in the emergency hall of a hospital. Elena and Chus share a baby, but they have taken different paths. Sara and Óscar have suffered a great misfortune, and they have been speaking different languages ever since. After that night, their lives will change forever.

:: BIOGRAHY

PEDRO OLEA
Born in Bilbao he graduated in Directing at the Escuela Oficial de Cinematografía with the short film Anabel (1964). After making many film documentaries for television, he shot his first feature film Días de viejo color, followed by El bosque del lobo, awarded at the Valladolid Festival, Tormento (1974), and Un hombre llamado Flor de Otoño (1978) both festival winners at San Sebastian, and Pim, pam, pum… ¡fuego, very much appreciated by the critics. A director, screenwriter, and actor as well, Olea approached all film genres, from sci-fi (En un mundo diferente, 1970), to musicals (El día que nací yo, 1991), to an historical thriller (El maestro de esgrima, 1992), to a detective film (Morirás en Chafarinas, 1994).

 

 

  

:: FILMOGRAPHY

1968
Días de viejo color
1970
En un mundo diferente
1971
El bosque del lobo
1972
La casa sin fronteras
1973
No es bueno que el hombre esté solo
1974
Tormento1975
Pim, pam, pum... ¡fuego
1976
La Corea
1978
Un hombre llamado Flor de Otoño
1984
Akelarre
1985
El caso de las envenenadas de Valencia (TVE)
1986
Bandera negra
1990
La leyenda de Cura de
Bargota (TV)
1991
El día que nací yo
1992
El maestro de esgrima
1994
Morirás en Chafarinas
1996
Más allá del jardín
2003
Tiempo de Tormenta


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