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THE HEART OF THE EARTH

by Antonio Cuadri

synopsis

In February 1888, hundreds of inhabitants of Riotinto (Huelva, Andalusia), headed a protest against the miserable and dangerous working conditions in the local mines, which were run by a British company. What had started as a public demand of rights ended up in a massacre with local authorities erasing the trace of the dead bodies and leaving a village mourning in silence.

international title: The Heart of The Earth
original title: El Corazón de la tierra
country: Spain, United Kingdom, Portugal
year: 2007
genre: fiction
directed by: Antonio Cuadri
release date: ES 13/04/2007
screenplay: Antonio Cuadri, Shelley Miller, Luiz Felipe Comparato
cast: Catalina Sandino Moreno, Sienna Guillory, Philip Winchester, Bernard Hill, Joaquim De Almeida, Ana Fernández, Jorge Perugorría, Fernando Ramallo, Juan Fernández
cinematography by: Javier G. Salmones
film editing: Mer Cantero
art director: Luis Manuel Carmona
costumes designer: Margaret Watty
music: Fernando Ortí
producer: Juan Carlos Orihuela, Luis Ángel Bellaba, Emilio A. Pina
production: Manufacturas Audiovisuales S.L., Future Films Limited, Costa do Castelo Filmes (PT)
backing: ICAA, Canal Sur (ES)
distributor: On Pictures: Zeta Audiovisual
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