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Andreas Muñoz is a Actor Espagnol born on 4 april 1990 at Madrid (Espagne)

Andreas Muñoz

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Birth name Andreas Muñoz Blázquez
Nationality Espagne
Birth 4 april 1990 (33 years) at Madrid (Espagne)

Andreas Muñoz (born April 4, 1990), is a Spanish actor.

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Filmography of Andreas Muñoz (2 films)

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Life and Colour, 1h40
Genres Drama
Themes Medical-themed films, Films about disabilities
Actors Junio Valverde, Miguel Ángel Silvestre, Carmen Machi, Silvia Abascal, Nadia de Santiago, Ana Wagener
Roles Benito
Rating59% 2.9975352.9975352.9975352.9975352.997535
Spain, 1975. Fede (Junio Valverde), a fifteen-year-old boy, is getting conscious of his environment little by little: his sister Begoña (Silvia Abascal) unsatisfied with her imminent wedding; his grandfather (Joan Dalmau), who stops dealing with his best friend after the Spanish Civil War; his friend Ramona (Natalia Abascal), a girl with Down Syndrome who was raped by her father, a young man who works with his father.
The Devil's Backbone, 1h47
Directed by Guillermo del Toro
Origin Espagne
Genres Drama, Science fiction, Thriller, Fantasy, Horror
Themes Ghost films, Political films
Actors Eduardo Noriega, Marisa Paredes, Federico Luppi, Andreas Muñoz, Junio Valverde, Víctor Elías
Roles Santi, an orphan who becomes a ghost.
Rating73% 3.698983.698983.698983.698983.69898
Casares (Federico Luppi) and Carmen (Marisa Paredes) operate a small home for orphans in a remote part of Spain during the Spanish Civil War. Helping the couple mind the orphanage are Jacinto (Eduardo Noriega), the groundskeeper, and Conchita (Irene Visedo), a teacher who is also involved with Jacinto. Casares and Carmen are aligned with the Republican loyalists, and are hiding a large cache of gold that's used to back the Republican treasury; perhaps not coincidentally, the orphanage has also been subject to attacks from Franco's troops, and a defused bomb sits in the home's courtyard. One day, a boy named Carlos (Fernando Tielve) arrives at the home, looking for a place to stay after being left behind by his parents. Casares and Carmen take him in, and the boy soon strikes up an unlikely friendship with Jaime (Íñigo Garcés), a boy with a reputation for tormenting other kids. But Carlos soon begins having visions of a mysterious apparition he can't identify, and hears strange stories about a child named Santi who went missing the day the bomb appeared near the orphanage.