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Tierra (film)

Earth
Oscar Mariné
Directed by Julio Médem
Produced by Fernando de Garcillán
Written by Julio Médem
Starring Carmelo Gómez
Cinematography Javier Aguirresarobe
Editing by Iván Aledo
Release date(s) May, 1996
Running time 125 minutes
Country Spain
Language Spanish

Earth (Spanish: Tierra) is a 1996 Spanish film directed by Julio Médem, starring Carmelo Gómez and Emma Suárez. It was entered into the 1996 Cannes Film Festival.[1]

The story centres around a small rural town whose wine industry is being plagued by grubs in the soil. Ángel (played by Gómez), an exterminator recently released from mental hospital, arrives to deal with the pests and becomes involved with two of the local women.

Cast

  • Carmelo Gómez - Ángel Bengoetxeo
  • Emma Suárez - Ángela
  • Karra Elejalde - Patricio
  • Silke - Mari
  • Nancho Novo - Julio
  • Txema Blasco - Tomás
  • Ane Sánchez - Hija de Ángela
  • Juan José Suárez - Manuel
  • Ricardo Amador - Charly
  • César Vea - Miñón (as Cesare Vea)
  • Pepe Viyuela - Ulloa
  • Alicia Agut - Cristina
  • Miguel Palenzuela - Tío de Ángel
  • Vicente Haro - Mayor (as Vicente Haro Marón)
  • Adelfina Serrano - Concha

References

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
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