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

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Te doy mis ojos / Take My Eyes
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One winter's night, a woman, Pilar, flees from her house with nothing but a couple of belongings and her son Juan. Antonio is soon hot on their heels. As far as he is concerned, Pilar is his sun, she has, as he likes to say, ?given him his eyes?... As the movie unfolds, the characters rewrite this family who's who, identifying each person and stating what's expected of them, but where the entries are all mixed up, where it says home it means hell, where it says love there's pain and where the person promising protection causes terror.
Madrid, 1967. Made an early name for herself as an actress in El Sur (The South) before going on to participate, among others, in Malaventura (Misadventure), Un paraguas para tres (An Umbrella for Three), Tierra y libertad (Land and Freedom), Leo, Nos miran (They're Watching) and La balsa de piedra (The Stone Raft). Having made the shorts Baja, corazón and Los amigos del muerto, her feature debut, Hola, ¿estás sola? (Hi, Are You Alone) (1995) garnered awards at various festivals, plus a Goya nomination. Flores de otro mundo (1999) won Best Film at the Cannes Critics' Week in addition to another Goya nomination.
Icíar Bollain
Icíar Bollain, Alicia Luna
Carles Gusi
Ángel Hernández Zoido
Alberto Iglesias
Laia Marull, Luis Tosar, Rosa Mª Sardá, Candela Peña, Kiti Manver
Running Time
116 m.
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