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EL TRIUNFO: THE BEAT OF THE STREETS

by Mireia Ros

synopsis

A deracinated part of the city sometime in the 1980s is home to Nen and his friends Palito, Topo and Tostao. The district is ruled by ex-mercenaries Gandhi, Fontán and Andrade. Nen dreams of a career as a rumba musician. All that he knows about his father, El Guacho, is that he was a fabulous rumba singer. But then, he is forced to learn the truth about his idol’s sudden disappearance. Nen has to learn to find a balance between his thirst for revenge and his goal to become a musician.

international title: El Triunfo: The Beat Of The Streets
original title: El Triunfo
country: Spain
sales agent: Filmax
year: 2006
genre: fiction
directed by: Mireia Ros
film run: 122'
release date: ES 28/04/2006
screenplay: Mireia Ros
cast: Antonio Fernández Montoya, Juan Diego Ruíz, Marieta Orozco, Ángela Molina
cinematography by: Sergi Gallardo
film editing: Dani Beltran
art director: Llorenç Miquel
music: Johnny Tarradellas
producer: Julio Fernández, Mariví De Villandeva, Toni Cortes, Marta Figueras
production: Castelao Producciones, Public Special Events (ES), Canonigo Films (ES)
distributor: Barton Films
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