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La enfermedad del domingo / Sunday's Illness
Made in Spain

Driven by her husband’s diplomatic career, Anabel dedicates her life to philanthropy. Her selfless devotion to helping others has increased her popularity, and she is the go-to person in her exclusive circle when it comes to obtaining donations for humanitarian organisations. It is precisely at one of these charity dinners that she runs back into her past on recognising one of the waitresses providing the catering service as being her daughter Chiara, the girl she had abandoned at the age of eight and whom she hasn’t seen for thirty-five years. It’s no chance she’s there; Chiara has been looking for her. Mother and daughter embark on a journey into the past, alone, with a hard road before them in the attempt to recover thirty-five years in barely ten days. Or that’s what Anabel believes. The thing is that this journey has a hidden purpose for Chiara. And when Anabel discovers it she will have to make the most difficult decision of her life, after which she will never be the same again.

BIOGRAPHY

Ramón Salazar studied acting at the Malaga School of Dramatic Art and Screenwriting at the Madrid Film School. In 1999 he self-funded the short film Hongos, with which he landed a Goya nomination and 47 awards at festivals worldwide. In 2002 his first film, Piedras (Stones), competed at the Berlin Festival. With 20 centímetros (2005), presented in Locarno, he won the Critics Award in Malaga. Later, in 2013, he made 10.000 noches en ninguna parte (10,000 Nights Nowhere). La enfermedad del domingo (Sunday's Illness) participated in the Panorama section of the Berlin Festival.

CAST & CREW
Director
Ramón Salazar
Screenplay
Ramón Salazar
Production
Zeta Cinema
Francisco Ramos
Distribution
Caramel Films
Photography
Ricardo de Gracia
Edition
Teresa Font
Music
Nico Casal
Cast
Susi Sánchez, Bárbara Lennie, Greta Fernández, Miguel Ángel Solá, Richard Bohringer
Format
DCP FOLLOWING DCI
Running Time
113 m.
Country
Spain
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