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Salvajes
Zabaltegi - New Directors

Today. The Mediterranean coast. The genuine hope of a better life pushes waves of illegal immigrants to flee the African continent. Berta, a nurse, searches in the harbour dens of iniquity for the happiness she refuses to relinquish. Eduardo, a police inspector new to the city tries to drown the despair of his illness and his job. The two meet, giving in to a wild love story threatened by Berta's three conflictive relatives: Lucía, smitten by an unsavoury sort who deals in illegal immigrants; and the boys, Guillermo and Raúl, the sidekicks of violent skinheads. The police investigation following the brutal beating up of a Senegalese man creates yet another obstacle for the relationship between all of the characters involved.
BIOGRAPHY
CARLOS MOLINERO Madrid, 1972. Studied script at the Escuela de Cinematografía in Madrid (ECAM), going on to film and TV scripts and to direct three shorts: Making of Atraco (1996), winner of a prize at Alfàs del Pi, Dos niños de buen corazón (1996), selected for the Cine Jove Festival, and Estudio antropológico de la muerte en España (1998). Salvajes is his first feature film.
CAST & CREW
Director
Carlos Molinero
Screenplay
Jorge Juan Martínez, Carlos Molinero, Clara Pérez Escrivá, Salvador Maldonado
Photography
Gerardo Gormezano
Edition
Renato San Juan, José Recuenco
Cast
Marisa Paredes, Imanol Arias, Manuel Morón, Roger Casamajor
Sales
Patricia Campo Brothers & Sisters, S. L.
Running Time
98 m.
Country
Spain
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