Silver-Beet Face (1987)

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On a road in the deep Spain, a wanderer with no fixed course and light luggage awaits someone to take him somewhere. His name is Antonio and this is how he will end up in a small provincial... See full summary »


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Director:

José Sacristán

Writers:

Carlos Pérez Merinero (story), José Sacristán (story), José Sacristán

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24 June 2017 | jonalcibar
8
| A simple story showing Spanish pueblos of the 1980s
The movie shows different odd and rather funny characters living in the Spanish villages in 1980s. All are great actors of the Spanish cinema of those days specially José Sacristán and Fernando Fernán Gómez, the main characters. You will see traces of neo-realism but without the drama that usually bonds to it and substituted by a comical atmosphere caused by the surrealist characters and happenings that "Cara de Acelga" ("Chard face" in English) finds from his trip from nowhere to nowhere.

The movie is quite simple, but It's probably a well and happily narrated simple story that makes it great to enjoy it in solace.

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Trivia

The film is dedicated to the loving memory of Llorenç Llobet Gràcia.


Soundtracks

El maletiya
Written by
José Antonio Ochaíta (as Ochaíta), Xandro Valerio (as Valerio) and Juan Solano (as Solano)
Performed on clarinet by Manuel Fernández Ortega

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Genres

Comedy

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Release Date:

20 January 1987

Language

Spanish


Country of Origin

Spain

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