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by Mónica Agullo Laguna


Luna, a 30-year-old professional cardplayer, has spent her whole life in the gambling environment. Her mother died in childbirth and her father, whom she rarely saw without a hand of cards, lost all his property and also his life to his passion when Luna was only 10 years old. In the dramatic atmosphere of high stakes and tragic losses she has learned to "treat life as a game". A game which has turned her more into a man with a lifestyle characterized by whisky bottles, cigarettes, excitement and a sense of drifting. Luna's obsession with cards turns her into a fearful gambler.

international title: Luna's game
original title: Juego de luna
country: Spain
sales agent: Lolafilms SL
year: 2001
genre: fiction
directed by: Mónica Agullo Laguna
film run: 95'
release date: ES 28/09/2001
screenplay: Mónica Agullo Laguna
cast: Ana Torrent, Dafne Fernández
cinematography by: Teo Delgado
film editing: Pablo Blanco
costumes designer: Christina Rodríguez
music: Suso Sáiz
producer: Andrés Vicente Gómez, Enrique Cerezo
production: Enrique Cerezo P.C., Iberoamericana Films Produccion, Lolafilms, Vía Digital, TVE
distributor: Lolafilms

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