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Sud Express
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Sud Express
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Stories built up around the train that links Paris with Lisbon on a journey that lasts for ages: a French xenophobic racist taxi driver and his Portuguese wife who glimpses a rewarding encounter; an African who struggles to make ends meet selling watches; a couple of youngsters who collect signatures to demand a change in the route of the train lines; two brothers who aren't speaking to each other.. A multiracial multilingual film in which the directors display a surprising degree of maturity.
BIOGRAPHY
In 1993, Chema de la Peña (Salamanca, 1964) founded his own production company, Artimaña Producciones, going on to shoot his first short films. In 1999, he directed his first feature film, Shacky Carmine, and in 2002 the Goya-nominated documentary De Salamanca a ninguna parte. Gabriel Velázquez (Salamanca, 1968) made his first short film in 1996, En Madison siempre es lunes, Premio Luis Buñuel de Cinematografía in 1997, followed by Parabellum (1997) and London Calling (2000). He became a partner of Artimaña Producciones in 2001.
CAST & CREW
Director
Chema de la Peña, Gabriel Velázquez
Screenplay
Chema de la Peña, Gabriel Velázquez
Photography
David Azcano
Edition
Antonio Lara, María Lara
Music
José Ángel Lorente
Cast
Gerald Morales, Tino Guimarães, Lidia Pinville, Miguel Martín, German A. João
Running Time
103 m.
Country
Spain - Portugal
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