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65th San Sebastian Film Festival
22/30 September 2017 - #65ssiff

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Torrente 2, misión en Marbella
Made in Spanish

Back from a wander around the Costa del Sol, Torrente decides to set up home in Marbella (where, we don't really know how or why, he feels at home) where he sets about doing the things he likes most: defending the locals, checking that justice is done and conning as many innocent people as he can. Enter a crazy but powerful arms runner, Spinelli, threatening to destroy the city if he isn't given the trifling sum of 2,000 million pesetas. Only one man can save Marbella, but he's away shooting another film, and the responsibility with all its weight falls on the shoulders of our man.
SANTIAGO SEGURA Madrid, 1965. He achieved his earliest recognition in the film world with the shorts Evilio (1992) and Perturbado (1993), for which he won a Goya. He combines directing with acting. He has acted in several films, and obtained the Goya as revelation actor for his part in El día de la bestia (The Day of the Beast). In 1998, he wrote, directed and starred in his first film, Torrente, el brazo tonto de la ley (Torrente, the Dumb Arm of the Law), rewarded with the Goya for Best New Director.
Santiago Segura
Santiago Segura
Guillermo Granillo
Fidel Collados
Roque Baños
Santiago Segura, Gabino Diego, Tony Leblanc, José Luis Moreno
Running Time
98 m.
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