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MADRID, 1987

by David Trueba

synopsis

On a hot day in July 1987, in the vacant city, Miguel, a feared and respected senior newspaper writer, sets up a meeting in a café with Ángela, a young journalism student. From the first instant, there develops between them an unevenly matched duel that encircles desire, inspiration, talent and professional perspectives. Forced to remain together on a very particular day, both will try to survive the emotional friction.

original title: Madrid, 1987
country: Spain
sales agent: Six Sales Entertainment Group, S.L.
year: 2011
genre: fiction
directed by: David Trueba
film run: 104'
release date: ES 13/04/2012
screenplay: David Trueba
cast: José Sacristán, María Valverde, Ramón Fontseré
cinematography by: Leonor Rodríguez
film editing: Marta Velasco
art director: Laura Renau
costumes designer: Laura Renau
music: Irene Tremblay
producer: Jessica Huppert Berman
production: Buenavida Producciones, S.L.
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