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22/30 September 2017 - #65ssiff

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Amaren eskuak / Las manos de mi madre / My Mother's Hands
Zinemira
AMAREN ESKUAK / LAS MANOS DE MI MADRE (MY MOTHER'S HANDS)
Foto: SSIFF
Zinemira Gala 'AMAREN ESKUAK / LAS MANOS DE MI MADRE'
Foto: Iñaki Pardo
'Amaren Eskuak / Las Manos de mi Madre'
Foto: Iñaki Pardo
'Amaren Eskuak / Las Manos de mi Madre'
Foto: Iñaki Pardo
'Amaren Eskuak / Las Manos de mi Madre'
Foto: Iñaki Pardo
'Amaren Eskuak / Las Manos de mi Madre'
Foto: Iñaki Pardo

World premiere
Nerea, a mother aged 38 who works in a daily newsroom, struggles to reconcile her family and professional life. From one day to the next the precarious balance finally falls to pieces when her mother, Luisa, is taken into hospital for memory loss. Nerea feels guilty for not having reacted earlier to the first symptoms of her mother's illness. Now she can only watch as Luisa goes back in time into the past. Nerea will learn part of her mother's hidden life and discover similarities in their experiences, stirring up the ghosts that live in the memories of both women.

BIOGRAPHY

Bergara, 1964. Holds a Diploma from the Basque Government School of Dramatic Art (Antzerti), and is backed by years of experience in the world of directing and acting, being one of the most outstanding figures of the Basque performing arts arena. She is one of the mainstays of the theatre company, Tanttaka, with which she has enjoyed staggering successes including El Florido Pensil (1996), which she co-directed. She directed and performed in the feature film Kutsidazu bidea, Ixabel (2005), the TV series Mi querido Klikowsky (2005-2009) and the telefilm Mugaldekoak (2010). She has also written film, theatre and TV scripts, and has acted in popular Basque television series such as Bi eta bat, Jaun ta jabe, Ertzainak and Martin.

CAST & CREW
Director
Mireia Gabilondo
Screenplay
Josu Bilbao
Production
Baleuko S.L.
Eduardo Barinaga, Karmelo Vivanco
Photography
Gonzalo Berridi
Edition
Maialen Sarasua
Music
Pascal Gaigne
Cast
Ainara Gurrutxaga, Loli Astoreka, Esther Remiro, Mark Schardan, Aroa Madurga
Web
Running Time
94 m.
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