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CAMERA OBSCURA

by Maru Solores

synopsis

Ane, 13, has lost her sight. While her parents are busy trying to have her operated on time and again, she has entered puberty and is starting to ask herself questions... While on holiday at the family’s seaside home, her Uncle Antonio blows in like a breath of fresh air. It’s the summer of her first love... and her first period. Antonio introduces Ane to photography. Camera in hand, Ane starts to capture everyday scenes, until she falls upon things no-one wants to see or be seen...

original title: Camera obscura
country: Spain, Germany
year: 2011
genre: fiction
directed by: Maru Solores
release date: ES 14/09/2012, DE 05/12/2013
screenplay: Ruth Rehmet, Maru Solores
cast: Josean Bengoetxea, Leire Berrocal, Víctor Clavijo, Jacqueline Duarte, Pello Madariaga
cinematography by: Frank Amann
film editing: Juan Ortuoste
music: Pablo Cervantes
producer: Carlos Juárez
production: Basque Films, Deutsche Exotik Filmproduktion Gmbh, Letra M Producciones S.L.
distributor: La Luna de Tantán, Cine Global
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