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La Reine d'Espagne is a espagnol film of genre Drama directed by Fernando Trueba with Penélope Cruz

La Reine d'Espagne (2016)

La Reina de España

La Reine d'Espagne
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Length 2h8
Directed by
OriginEspagne
Genres Drama,    Comedy,    Comedy-drama
Rating53% 2.653242.653242.653242.653242.65324

La Reine d'Espagne (La Reina de España) est une comédie dramatique espagnole écrite et réalisée par Fernando Trueba et sortie en 2016.

Le film est une suite du film La Fille de tes rêves (La niña de tus ojos), sorti en 1998 et également dirigé par Trueba.

Synopsis

Dans les années 1950, en plein franquisme, la superstar internationale Macarena Granada retourne en Espagne, son pays natal, pour incarner Isabelle la Catholique dans un film biographique à grand budget. Quand il apprend son retour, Blas Fontiveros, un réalisateur qui l'a fait tourner dans une comédie musicale en 1938, retourne également à Madrid pour la revoir. Mais son arrivée déclenche une série d'événements inattendus qui perturbent le tournage du biopic surveillé par les hommes de Francisco Franco...

Actors

Penélope Cruz

(Macarena Granada)
Antonio Resines

(Blas Fontiveros)
Neus Asensi

(Lucía Gandía)
Cary Elwes

(Gary Jones)
Mandy Patinkin

(Jordan Berman)
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