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THE BLACK BIBLE

by David Pujol Rusiñol

synopsis

After the death of his parents in a car accident, orphan Simon goes to live with relative Maria Bayona in the Spanish countryside. Soon after, Simon begins to suspect that Maria is practicing black magic. With the help of his friends Leo and Father Genaro, Simon attempts to break free from Maria's dark household and live a new life.

international title: THE BLACK BIBLE
original title: LA BIBLIA NEGRA
country: Spain
sales agent: Filmax
year: 2001
genre: fiction
directed by: David Pujol Rusiñol
film run: 97'
release date: ES 01/02/2002
screenplay: David Pujol Rusiñol, Roger Delmont, Esteve Pujol
cast: Mónica Randall, Joan Fernández, Carlos Álvarez-Nóvoa, Jordi Collet, Álex Ruiz
cinematography by: Jordi Tort
film editing: Joan Vallverdú
costumes designer: Glòria Viguer
music: Ernest Armengol, Santos Berrocal, Florenci Ferrer
producer: Pedro Doménech, Joan Bosch
production: Iris Star S.L., Vía Digital
distributor: Barton Films
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