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Rodrigo Sorogoyen shooting the crime film Que Dios nos perdone

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- The Madrilenian filmmaker (Stockholm) is banking on two acting heavyweights, Antonio de la Torre and Roberto Álamo, in this tense thriller

Rodrigo Sorogoyen shooting the crime film Que Dios nos perdone
Roberto Álamo and Antonio de la Torre during the shoot for Que Dios nos perdone

Stockholm [+see also:
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, which was presented at the Málaga Film Festival in 2013, pocketed a never-ending string of national awards (including a Goya nomination) and international prizes, and re-established the name Rodrigo Sorogoyen (Madrid, 1981) among the new talents to keep an eye on on the current Spanish film scene. That is why his third oeuvre (the first was 8 Dates, which he went halves on with Peris Romano) is currently hotly anticipated. Que Dios nos perdone [+see also:
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(lit. “God Forgive Us”) is a tense crime thriller in which Antonio de la Torre (Marshland [+see also:
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, Cannibal [+see also:
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) and Roberto Álamo (The Skin I Live In [+see also:
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, Gordos [+see also:
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Interview with Daniel Sánchez-Arévalo,…
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) each play police inspectors, one of whom is a shy stutterer, while the other is brash and given to extremes; they will be supported by Mónica López, Luis Zahera, Rocío Muñoz-Cobo and José Luis García Pérez.

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Que Dios nos perdone has been written by the director himself, together with Isabel Peña, a partnership that has been struck up once again following the unnerving Stockholm. It tells the story of how, in the scorching summer of 2011, with the rampant socio-economic crisis in full swing and the 15-M movement gaining momentum, the Papal visit to Madrid is being organised, which entails the arrival of 1.5 million believers. In the midst of this chaotic, strained and aggressive atmosphere, police officers Alfaro and Velarde must find a serial killer as soon as possible, and without arousing suspicions or causing alarm. During their investigation, both men will discover something they had never suspected, something they had never even thought of: perhaps they themselves are not as different from the killer as they had hoped.

After Sorogoyen used a cooperative system to get Stockholm off the ground, he is now able to bank on production by none other than Tornasol Films, Atresmedia Cine, Mistery Producciones AIE and Hernández y Fernández PC. The shoot is taking place in Madrid, Cantabria and Tenerife. As was the case in his previous movie, this film will again see Sorogoyen tackling the most violent side of human relations.

(Translated from Spanish)

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