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Arima
Made in Spain

Arima is the story of four women and a girl whose existence is disrupted by the sudden arrival of two strangers. One of them is fleeing from the other, sneaking around town like an elusive being, a ghostly presence of uncertain existence. The other character —an injured man carrying a gun— will disrupt the women's way of life in different ways. The whole plot takes place on the fine line between reality and imagination, between dreams and nightmares, fear and desire, within a story shrouded in mystery.

BIOGRAPHY

Jaione Camborda (San Sebastian, 1983), studied at the Prague (FAMU) and Munich (HFF) film schools. She later moved to Galicia, where she direct short films such as Proba de axilidade (2015), Nimbos (2015), Lilit (2015) and Rapa das bestas (2017), which screened at different festivals and harvested numerous awards. Arima, her first feature film, landed her among other accolades Best Directing in the Nuevas Olas section of Seville European Film Festival. She is currently working on her second film, O corno do centeo, selected for the Ikusmira Berriak programme.

CAST & CREW
Director
Jaione Camborda
Screenplay
Jaione Camborda
Production
Esnatu Zinema
Jaione Camborda
Sales
The Open Reel
Distribution
Esnatu Zinema S.L.
Photography
Alberte Branco
Edition
Marcos Florez
Music
Juan Carlos Blancas
Cast
Melania Cruz, Tito Asorey, Nagore Arias, Iria Parada, Rosa Puga Davila, Mabel Rivera
Running Time
77 m.
Country
Spain
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