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SAVAGES

by Carlos Molinero Varela

synopsis

In contemporary Valencia, where racism, xenophobia and disenchantment have taken hold of numerous local youths, middle-aged nurse Berta works to support her orphaned neice and nephews. Looking for romance, Berta begins dating detective Eduardo. The relationship is going well, but when Eduardo begins investigating the beating of a Sengalese immigrant, the evidence seems to point to Berta's neo-Nazi nephews, Guillermo and Raul. Refusing at first to accept the truth, Berta must eventually confront her nephews.

international title: SAVAGES
original title: SALVAJES
country: Spain
year: 2001
genre: fiction
directed by: Carlos Molinero Varela
film run: 98'
release date: ES 28/09/01, FR 19/06/02
screenplay: Carlos Molinero Varela, Jorge Juan Martínez, Clara Pérez Escrivá, Lola Salvador Maldonado
cast: Imanol Arias, Marisa Paredes
cinematography by: Gerardo Gormezano
film editing: Renato Sanjuán, José Recuenco
costumes designer: Helena Sanchís
music: Bernardo Fuster, Luis Mendo, David Kano, Paco González
production: Brothers and Sisters, Línea Sur Producciones, RTVE - Corporación de Radio y Televisión Española, Passion Walls, Canal+
distributor: Alta Films, ASC Distribution (FR)
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