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LIFE IN COLOR

by Santiago Tabernero Palacios

synopsis

The twelve-year-old Fede is an intelligent and shy boy. He lives with his siblings Bego and Angelito, his parents Angel and Sole, and his grandfather. He watches the other boys in his neighbourhood while they play "gua", a team game. Fede enjoys peeping out at their game from the mulberry bushes, while looking for food for his silk worms and daydreaming of being accepted by the bunch. The family lives in a working-class neighbourhood next to the railway tracks, on the outskirts of a small provincial town. The local playground is a microcosm within a microcosm, an open wasteland where girls prepare meals for their dolls and boys play hide-and-seek, smoke and chase and swear at each other, accompanied every now and then by the sound of the train whistle.

international title: Life in Color
original title: Vida y Color
country: Spain
sales agent: Bulbeck & Mas
year: 2006
genre: fiction
directed by: Santiago Tabernero Palacios
film run: 102'
release date: ES 05/01/2006
screenplay: Santiago Tabernero Palacios
cast: Junio Valverde, Silvia Abascal, Miguel Ángel Silvestre, Joan Dalmau, Ana Wagener
cinematography by: José Luis Alcaine
film editing: José Salcedo
art director: Soledad Seseña, Íñigo Rotaetxe
costumes designer: Pepe Reyes
music: Matthew Herbert
producer: Luis Ángel Ramírez
production: Imval Producciones, Bausan Films S.L., Taiko Producciones, La Filmería, Tve, Digital+, Tv3, Etb, Ico, Icaa (ES)
distributor: Alta Films
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