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MY GRANDMOTHER'S HOUSE

by Adán Aliaga

synopsis

A portrait of the unusual relationship between feisty six-year-old Marina and her very proper - but equally feisty - grandmother, whose attempts to impose her own values on the child lead to rebellion. Over a number of years, the relationship between the two evolves, as does the backdrop of their small Mediterranean town.

international title: My Grandmother's House
original title: La casa de mi abuela
country: Spain
year: 2005
genre: documentary
directed by: Adán Aliaga
film run: 80'
release date: ES 07/04/2005
screenplay: Adán Aliaga
cinematography by: Adán Aliaga
film editing: Nacho Ruiz Capillas, Miguel Garví
art director: Andy Gutiérrez
music: Vincent Barrière
producer: Elena Vallejo, Juanjo Giménez, Xose Zapata, Adán Aliaga
production: IB Cinema
distributor: Sorolla Films
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