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EL IDIOMA IMPOSIBLE

by Rodrigo Rodero

synopsis

Fernando lives in the heart of Barcelona in the early eighties, against a backdrop of sinister and peculiar characters to whom he sells anphetamines in order to get by. One morning, after one of his many sleepless nights, Fernando meets Elsa, a young, vital and sweet woman, completely different from anyone he has ever met. Elsa, who turns out to have a strangely self-destructive personality, will become Fernando's worst addiction. Together they will try to survive in a dark and bleak Barcelona that is taken over by the renegades of society after night Falls.

original title: El idioma imposible
country: Spain
sales agent: Skapada Films
year: 2010
genre: fiction
directed by: Rodrigo Rodero
film run: 90'
release date: ES 26/11/2010
screenplay: Michel Gaztambide, Rodrigo Rodero
cast: Andrés Gertrúdix, Irene Escolar, Helena Miquel, Karra Elejalde, Toni Zenet, Isabel Ampudia, Roger Pera, Juanlu Escudero
cinematography by: Luis Bellido
film editing: Fernando Franco
art director: Fatima Gutierrez
costumes designer: Clara Bilbao
music: José Sánchez-Sanz
producer: Rodrigo Rodero, Luis Bellido, Raquel Colera, Yolanda González, Juan Ruiz, Fernando Larrondo
production: Skapada Films, Irusoin, Pato Films
backing: Televisió de Catalunya, Euskal Telebista (ETB), Ministerio de Cultura (ICAA) Junta de Castilla La Mancha
distributor: Barton Films
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