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"Dawn, which is not little" directed by José Luis Cuerda


“Teodoro is a young Spanish engineer who works as a professor at the University of Oklahoma and returns to Spain to enjoy a gap year. He discovers upon arrival that Jimmy, his father, has killed his mother. To make up for his loss and to be able to go on pleasure trips together, Jimmy has bought Teodoro a motorcycle with a sidecar. Father and son arrive in a remote mountain town. The town seems empty but in reality all the neighbors, except for the black Ngé Ndomo, are at mass, like every day of the year. The priest is so clever with the liturgy that there is no faithful who wants to miss the show. Jimmy and Teodoro discover the peculiarities of the town and its inhabitants.”

Taken from Filmaffinity.

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Sunrise, which is no small thing. [DVD] / script and direction José Luis Cuerda. — [Sl]: Tribanda, 2008. — 1 DVD (approx. 110 min.): son.; cabbage. — (The movies of our lives; 11).

Languages: Spanish.

Antonio Resines, Miguel Rellan, Jose Sazatornil, Luis Ciges, Cassen, Manuel Alexandre, Maria Isbert, Pastora Vega.

Authorized for all audiences.

DL M-31503-2008 — 107.815

ZW .C84 A63 1988