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Anita no perd el tren / ANITA TAKES A CHANCE
Made in Spanish

Anita looks on as her over three decades of work as a cinema ticket office attendant literally crash to the ground when they demolish the building to make way for a multiplex and give her early retirement, adducing her unsuitability with the company's new image. Unable to get over the shock, she spends her days at the site of the old picture house, where sheer chance throws her into an affair with the married driver of the excavator. A tender yet bittersweet relationship unfolds in the darkness of the caravan serving as the company office. Thanks to their secret daily meetings, the lovers succeed in opening a door to the future. Although it's a relationship with no perspectives, it marks a turning point in 50-year-old Anita's life.
BIOGRAPHY
VENTURA PONS This Catalan theatre director started in cinema with Ocaña, retrat intermitent (Ocaña, an intermittent portrait, 1978). Other films: El vicario de Olot (1981), ¡Puta miseria! (1989), ¿Qué te juegas, Mari Pili? (1990), El perquè de tot plegat (What It's All About, 1995), for which he won the Generalitat de Catalunya Award, Actrius (Actresses, 1996), Carícies (Caricias, 1997), Amic/Amat (Beloved/Friend, 1998) and Morir (o no), (To Die (or not) 1999).
CAST & CREW
Director
Ventura Pons
Screenplay
Ventura Pons
Photography
Mario Montero
Edition
Pere Abadal
Music
Carles Cases
Cast
Rosa Mª Sardà, María Barranco, José Coronado, Jordi Dauder
Sales
KWA-Kevin Williams Associates Estrecho de Mesina, 12-2º 28043 Madrid Tel. 34 91
Running Time
90 m.
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