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Giulietta e Romeo


Won Sant Jordi Award: Best Spanish Actress - Won Award of the Spanish Actors Union Film: Lead Performance (Protagonista Cine), Performance in a Minor Role, Supporting Performance - And 8 Nominations

La Celestina

1996, regia di Gerardo Vera

 

   

Scheda: Nazione: Spagna - Produzione: Sogetel (Sociedad General de Televisión), Lolafilms, Canal+ España, Sogepaq - Distribuzione: Sogepaq Distribución, First Look Home Entertainment - Soggetto: da La Celestina (1499) di Fernando de Rojas - Sceneggiatura: Rafael Azcona, Francisco Rico, Gerardo Vera - Fotografia: José Luis López-Linares - Montaggio: Pedro del Rey - Art Direction: Ana Alvargonzález - Costumi: Sonia Grande, Gerardo Vera - MusicheGerardo Vera (selezione) - Effetti speciali: Reyes Abades, Tomás Urbán, Juan Carlos Urbán, Pablo Núñez - Formato: Eastmancolor - Durata: 92' (109').

Cast: Penelope Cruz, Terele Pávez, Ángel de Andrés López, Juan Diego Botto, Ana Lizaran, Jose Coromina, Carlos Fuentes, Candela Peña, Aquilino Gamazo, Jordi Mollà, Rodrigo Garcia, Maribel Verdú, Amparo Gomez Ramos, Lluís Homar, Anna Lizaran, Joaquin Notario, Nancho Novo, Igor Otaegui, Ana Risueno, Nathalie Sesena, Maribel Verdú, Sergio Villanueva.


 


 

Trama e commenti: cinema.tipiace.it - movieplayer.it: «Il giovane nobile Calisto s'innamora di Melibea, la figlia di un ricco mercante, il servo di Calisto, però vuole chiedere un consulto alla maga Celestina per sapere se il loro amore durerà a lungo...».

Plot Summary, Synopsis, Review: IMDb - nytimes.com - rottentomatoes.com - scoopy.com - answers.com - shopwiki.com - dvdempire.com - reelzchannel.com - buy.com - moviefone.com - allmovie.com«This is a film of the dramatic Spanish language novel Celestina, written in 1499. In many ways, it resembles Romeo and Juliet, particularly in the need for secrecy in the wooing of a beloved and the troubles resulting from that secrecy. Callisto (Juan Diego Botto) enlists the aid of his roguish servants and the mature woman Celestina (Terele Pavez) to help him win the heart of Melibea (Penelope Cruz). In gratitude for Celestina's efforts, he rewards her with a sentimentally valuable article of clothing. When Callisto's two jealous servants hear of this, they try to get Celestina to give them what they feel is their "share" for their efforts on Callisto's behalf. Failing in this, they kill Celestina. Her friends discover her corpse and vow to get revenge for her murder, but it is Callisto whom they blame for it, not his miserable servants» (Clarke Fountain).

     

   


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