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

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Las horas del día / The Hours of the Day
Made in Spain

Abel lives with his mother in a small town on the outskirts of Barcelona. His whole life revolves around their small family business, his mother's house, his girlfriend's bed, the corner newsstand, and the neighbourhood bars and cafés. It's always more of the same: the same old problems, the same faces, and the same old conversations. However, beneath his pleasant, calm exterior, a crack opens. A crack with no explanation, but which repeats itself irremediably.
Barcelona, 1970. Having graduated in Economics from the ESADE, in 1996 he obtained a grant to study Film Directing at the Escuela Internacional de Cine y Televisión de San Antonio de los Baños (Cuba). He has worked as a screenwriter for television and has directed several short films: Virginia no dice mentiras (1997), Palabras de una revolución (1998), Episodio (1998), Yo tuve un cerdo llamado Rubiel (1998) and La pecera (1999). Las horas del día is his first feature film.
Jaime Rosales
Jaime Rosales, Enric Rufas
Óscar Durán
Nino Martínez
Alex Brendemühl, Ágata Roca, Vicente Romero, Pape Monsoriu, María Antonia Martínez
Bavaria Film International Bavariafilmplatz 8 D-82031 Geiselgasteig Tel 49 89 64
Running Time
100 m.
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