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

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La luz prodigiosa / The End of a Mistery
Made in Spain

August 1936, start of the Spanish Civil War. A young Andalusian shepherd helps a man believed dead by his excutioners and finds a place for him in an asylum given that his bullet injuries have left him in semi-vegetable condition. In 1980, the shepherd hears news of him: now an old man, he wanders the streets of Granada begging for a living. A sudden event jogs his dead memory, and the old shepherd decides to discover the man's true identity. Gradually the investigation comes to a head in the credible possibility that the man is Federico García Lorca.
Granada, 1942. His first movie, Truhanes (1983), a tale of Spanish guile, received public and critical acclaim. His subsequent feature films are Marbella (1985), Loco veneno (1980), Como un relámpago (1998), winner of the Goya for Best Actor for Santiago Ramos, and Fugitivas (2000). He has moreover directed the TV series La mujer oriental (1987), Truhanes (1994), Café con leche (1997), and numerous commercials.
Miguel Hermoso
Fernando Marías
Carlos Suárez
Mauro Bonanni
Ennio Morricone
Alfredo Landa, Nino Manfredi, Kiti Manver, José Luis Gómez
Surf Films 130, via Padre G. A. Filippini 00144 Roma Tel 39 06 526 2101 Fax 39 0
Running Time
103 m.
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