tve movistar+
Official
Sponsors
65th San Sebastian Film Festival
22/30 September 2017 - #65ssiff

close
Complete this form with your details for accessing the contents reserved for registered users
Click here
Forgotten your password? Click here

close


You have still not activated your email. We have sent you an email. You must click on the attached link to activate your account.

You are in: Home > 2013. 61st Edition  > Sections and Films
Futbolín / Foosball
Official Selection - Opening Night Film Not in competition
FUTBOLÍN
Foto: SSIFF
Juan José Campanella
Foto: Montse Castillo
Arturo Valls, Juan José Campanella
Foto: Montse Castillo
Juan José Campanella, Arturo Valls
Foto: Montse Castillo
Manuel Polanco, Juan José Campanella, Arturo Valls
Foto: Montse Castillo
Arturo Valls
Foto: Montse Castillo
Juan José Campanella
Foto: Montse Castillo
Juan José Campanella
Foto: Montse Castillo
Manuel Polanco, Juan José Campanella, Arturo Valls, Jorge Estrada
Foto: Montse Castillo

Amadeo lives in a small, faceless town. He works in a bar, plays table football better than anyone and is in love with Laura, but she doesn't know it. His simple routine falls to pieces when Grosso, a young local boy turned best football player in the world, returns determined to take revenge for the only game he has ever lost in his life. With the table football, the bar and even his soul in pieces, Amadeo discovers something magical: the players in his beloved table football speak, and plenty! Together they set out on an adventure-packed voyage to save Laura and the village; and to become a real team as they go. But does football have a place for miracles?

BIOGRAPHY

Juan José Campanella made an international name for himself with his first film, El niño que gritó puta (1991), followed by Y llegó el amor (1997), which competed in the Zabaltegi-New Directors section of the San Sebastian Festival, El mismo amor, la misma lluvia (1999), El hijo de la novia (2001), nominated for Best Foreign Language Film Academy Award, and Luna de Avellaneda (2004). In 2009, he competed in the Official Selection at San Sebastian with El secreto de sus ojos (The Secret in their Eyes), winner in 2010 of the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film and Goya for Best Spanish Language Foreign Film. 

CAST & CREW
Director
Juan José Campanella
Screenplay
Juan José Campanella
Production
Plural Jempsa S.L.
Manuel Polanco
Antena Tres Films S.L.U.
Mikel Lejarza, Mercedes Gamero
Jorge Estrada Mora Producciones S.A.
Jorge Estrada Mora
Photography
Félix Monti
Edition
Juan José Campanella
Music
Emilio Kauderer
Voices
Raúl Rojo, Pablo Aparicio, Vicente Gil, Eduardo Bosch, Iuri Golovchenko, Claudio Serrano, Miguel Antelo, Arturo Valls, Ángel Amorros, Juan Perucho, Matías Prats, Michelle Jenner
Format
DCP FOLLOWING DCI
Sales
Film Factory Entertainment
c/ Lincoln 11 3º 3ª 08006 Barcelona
Spain
Web
Running Time
106 m.
Country
Argentina-Spain
Official Sponsors:
Official Collaborators:
Associated Institutions:
© San Sebastian International Film Festival | Developed by: Yo Miento Producciones

This website uses cookies to improve the user experience. More info Agree