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22/30 September 2017 - #65ssiff

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El oro de Moscú / Moscow Gold
Made in Spain

By a strange coincidence of destiny, someone receives extraconfidential information from an old man in the last seconds of his life: the best kept secret in History. The person who receives the information, a hospital worker, passes it on to a ?friend?. Both set off on a helter-skelter mystery-filled adventure. Given their failed attempts and their great despair, they have to engage the help of others who also sink into the bottomless pit that comes with decoding the enigma. The new arrivals fall into the same trap and try to find others whom, moved by need and greed, gradually join the adventure. They are all caught up in obligatory exaggerated situations as a result of their obstination, to the extent that, while completely absurd, the mental blindness caused by their obsessive interest makes them seem totally normal.
With over twenty years in the profession, Jesús Bonilla has worked as an actor for the principal directors of Spanish cinema: Álex de la Iglesia (La comunidad - Common Wealth), Fernando Trueba (La niña de tus ojos - The Girl of Your Dreams, Belle époque - The Age of Beauty), Almodóvar (Kika), etc. In addition to his cinema work, he has alternated television and theatre parts. Outstanding among his television series are Pepa y Pepe and Periodistas, and, among his plays, El brujo amor (written by himself) or Bajarse al moro (Going South Shopping). El oro de Moscú is his first feature film as a director.
Jesús Bonilla
Joaquín Andújar, Jesús Bonilla
Javier Salmones
Pablo Blanco
Manuel Villalta
Jesús Bonilla, Santiago Segura, Alfredo Landa, Concha Velasco, Antonio Resines, Gabino Diego
Grupo PI Lanzarote, 2 28700 San Sebastián de los Reyes Tel 34 91 659 20 32 Fax 9
Running Time
108 m.
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