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Rabia / Rage
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RABIA
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Sebastián Cordero - RABIA
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Sebastián Cordero
Foto: Montse Castillo

José María is a bricklayer, and Rosa a live-in maid. South American immigrants, they work in Spain and have recently started going out together. José María has an explosive character and a discussion leads to a violent argument with his boss, ending with the latter?s accidental death. José María doesn?t know what to do and hides in the mansion where Rosa works without telling anyone, not even her... Hidden in the abandoned attic, José María leads a secret life. Observing from the darkness, he witnesses the sad, lonely life of Mr. and Mrs. Torres, watching Rosa?s every move at work. Although the family are fond of Rosa, she also has to put up with a string of verbal and physical abuse. José María watches it all, unable to do anything, while his rage grows...
BIOGRAPHY
Quito, 1972. Ratas, ratones, rateros (his directorial debut) was released in the Official Selection at Venice in 1999. Crónicas (2004) won the Sundance/NHK International Filmmakers Award and a Special Mention from the Horizontes Award Jury for the actor Damián Alcázar at San Sebastian Festival. Rabia won five prizes at Malaga 2010, including the Golden Biznaga for Best Film and another three prizes in Guadalajara (Mexico), including Best Director, plus the Audience Award in Tokyo. Cordero will chair this year?s Horizontes Award Jury.
CAST & CREW
Director
Sebastián Cordero
Screenplay
Sebastián Cordero
Photography
Enrique Chediak
Edition
David Gallart
Music
Lucio Godoy
Cast
Gustavo Sánchez Parra, Martina García, Concha Velasco, Xabier Elorriaga, Álex Brendemühl, Icíar Bollaín
Running Time
95 m.
Country
Spain-Mexico
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