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Un hombre llamado Flor de Otoño / A Man Called Autumn Flower
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Lluís de Serracant is a man in which three personalities concur: lawyer, anarchist and transvestite. One day that Lluís is going to visit a detainee professionally as an anarchist, he tells him that he had a plan to carry out an attack when he arrived in Barcelona Primo de Rivera. Lluís is excited about the plan and decides to do it himself, in the company of two friends: Ricard and Surroca. When they are preparing the attack on the train track, they are arrested by the police, tried and sentenced to the ultimate penalty.

Lluís de Serracant is a man in which three personalities concur: lawyer, anarchist and transvestite. One day that Lluís is going to visit a detainee professionally as an anarchist, he tells him that he had a plan to carry out an attack when he arrived in Barcelona Primo de Rivera. Lluís is excited about the plan and decides to do it himself, in the company of two friends: Ricard and Surroca. When they are preparing the attack on the train track, they are arrested by the police, tried and sentenced to the last penalty.
BIOGRAPHY

PEDRO OLEA

Born in Bilbao in 1938. He studied at the Economics Faculty of Madrid, but decided to enter the School of Cinematography later, graduating in 1964. After doing some practice films, he works for Televisión Española. His first feature film was Días de viejo color (1967). He later goes on to direct Un mundo diferenteEl bosque del loboLa casa sin fronterasNo es bueno que el hombre esté soloTormentoPim, pam, pum... ¡fuego!. Before filming Un hombre llamado Flor de Otoño, he directed La Corea (1976). 
Born in Bilbao in 1938. He studied at the Economics Faculty of Madrid, but decided to enter the School of Cinematography later, graduating in 1964. After doing some practice films, he works for Televisión Española. His first feature film was Días de viejo color (1967). He later goes on to direct A different world, The forest of the wolf, The house without borders, It is not good for man to be alone, Torment, Pim, pam, pum ... fire! before performing A Man named Flor de Otoño, he directed La Corea (1976).
CAST & CREW
Director
Pedro Olea
Screenplay
Pedro Olea, Rafael Azcona
Plot
J. M. Rodríguez (obra)
Photography
Fernando Arribas
Edition
José Antonio Rojo
Music
Carmelo Bernaola
Cast
José Sacristán, Paco Algora, Carmen Carbonell, Roberto Camardiel
Running Time
100 m.
Country
Spain
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