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BUÑUEL AND KING SOLOMON'S TABLE

by Carlos Saura

synopsis

Toledo in the 30s: The godfather of cinematic expressionism, Luis Bunuel, the poet Frederico Garcia Loca and the painter Salvador Dalì are on a search for the mythical table of King Salomon, which is known to have the power to see in the past, the present and the future.

international title: Buñuel and King Solomon's Table
original title: Buñuel y la mesa del Rey Salomón
country: Spain, France, Germany
sales agent: Filmax
year: 2001
genre: fiction
directed by: Carlos Saura
film run: 105'
release date: ES 09.11.01
screenplay: Carlos Saura, Agustín Sánchez Vidal
cast: Ernesto Alterio, Pere Arquillué, Jean-Claude Carrière, Amira Casar, Adriá Collado, Armando De Razza, El Gran Wyoming, Juan Luis Galiardo
cinematography by: José Luis López Linares
film editing: Julia Juaniz
art director: Luis Ramírez
costumes designer: Cristina Rodríguez
producer: Agustín Sánchez Vidal, Ferran Llagostera, Julio Fernández
production: Castelao Producciones, Centre Promotor de la Imatge, Rioja Films P.C., ICAA (ES); Films sans Frontières (FR); Road Movies Filmproduktion (DE)
distributor: Sociedad General de Derechos Audiovisuales
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