Días de cine (2007)

Comedy, Drama

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During the Spanish transition to democracy a newcomer director is trying to make a movie dealing with censorship troubles and the erotic trends that cinema industry imposes.

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11 March 2018 | sergicaballeroalsina
| A misunterstood drama taken for a typical Spanish comedy
This is a tragicomedy that caricatures a time in which the whims of censorship and shabby eroticism were imposed on the Spanish film industry. The artistic difficulties of the newcomer director, the economic problems of an upstart producer, the bribery of the censors and the political but also cultural transition (from folk to eroticism) are portrayed in this bizarre artistic event. Although it is more notable for its theme than for its technical and artistic aspects, however, it has more than correct performances, a good cinematography and a narrative rhythm that works. I think it's a misunderstood movie because it has been taken for a typical Spanish comedy that, I think, does not intend to be. It should be vindicated for what it is: A choral drama, very rhythmic, disguised as a black comedy, with a more than satisfactory narrative tone.

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Release Date:

9 February 2007



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Brunete, Madrid, Spain

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