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Tiempo de tormenta / Stormy Time
Made in Spain

Two couples occupy neighbouring tables in a fashionable restaurant. Elena and Chus are dining with a group of friends, which doesn't stop them from arguing. Very close by, Sara and Oscar are trying to save their sinking marriage. Although they still don't know each other, both couples find a passing solution to their difficulties. A few years later they run into each other again, this time at a hospital emergency department. Elena and Chus, while they share a child, have gone their different ways. Sara and Oscar have suffered a serious misfortune and have been talking different languages for some time. Their lives will change forever from this night on. Tiempo de tormenta is a contemporary drama on love and its problems; on the most serious of addictions: sentimental relationships.
Bilbao, 1938. Started his professional career in television. Debuted as a film director with Días de viejo color (1967). Some of his best known movies are El bosque del lobo (The Ancines Wood, 1969), Tormento (Torment, 1974), Pim... pam... pum... ¡fuego! (Pim, Pam, Pum... Fire!, 1975), Un hombre llamado Flor de Otoño (A Man Called Autumn Flower, 1978, acting award for José Sacristán at San Sebastian), Akelarre (1983), Bandera negra (Black Flag, 1986), El maestro de esgrima (The Fencing Master, 1992), Morirás en Chafarinas (Zafarinas, 1995) and Más allá del jardín (Beyond the Garden, 1996). He was a jury member at the San Sebastian Festival in 1986.
Pedro Olea
Joaquín Górriz, Miguel Ángel Fernández
Néstor Calvo
José Salcedo
Ángel Illarramendi
Jorge Sanz, Maribel Verdú, María Barranco, Darío Grandinetti, Mónica Randall
Lola Films, S. A. Velázquez, 12-7º 28001 Madrid Tel 34 91 436 74 00 Fax 34 91 43
Running Time
86 m.
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