After a long absence, Ulises, a theatrical author, returns to his home to be with his wife, Carlota, and their son. However, upon arriving in Madrid he discovers that Carlota has become a great theater actress and that she is sentimentally united to Miguel, a renowned playwright who copies the comedies that Ulysses himself had written.
"Nomeolvides" ("Forget-me-nots") by Miguel Berzal de Miguel is a short film awarded, nominated or part of International Film Festivals like HollyShorts Film Festival, Palm Springs International Film Festival or Dumbo Film Festival. Music by Javier Berzal de Miguel. Cast: Silvia Espigado, Elena Caricol, Lola Casamayor, Antonio Canal, María Esteve, Miguel Herrán, Mayte Atarés, Nerea Rojo, Chema Moro, Juan Carlos Gandía and David Llorente.
Persecuted by her controlling ex-husband, Rosa plots an escape
When the single middle-aged Luis travels from Barcelona to bury the remains of his mother in the vault of his family in Segovia, he is lodged by his aunt Pilar in her old house where he spent his summer of 1936 with her. He meets his cousin Angelica, who was his first love, living on the first floor with her husband and daughter, and he recalls his childhood in times of the Spanish Civil War entwined with the present.
Fabrizzio hired the services of a prostitute to pretend to be his wife and accompany him to spend a weekend in the country house of his friend Romolo, where Aristides Almirante, an important official of the Ministry of Health, has also been invited. the approval of a new medicine of doubtful effectiveness called Fagatín, whose patent Fabrizzio owns.
An ambitious young woman from a wealthy family, but unsatisfied with her social position, will not hesitate to use all that is within her reach to achieve her ascent in society.
A couple of English tourists arrive at the island of Almanzora, off the Spanish Mediterranean coast, where they discover that there are no adults in a small fishing village, only some children who stare at them and smile mysteriously.
Miguel is a married architect with children; Blanca, an attractive young woman who has attempted suicide by cutting her veins. The relationship between them develops through continuous persecutions, first of him to her and then to him. In their meetings, they reflect on their empty lives, loneliness, boredom and obsession with death.
The marriage between Federico and Monica is on the rocks. Federico has a mistress named Eva. There is a conspiracy between Monica's friend Elena and Eva to take over the company Eurozone owned by Federico. The situation becomes complicating when Diego appears, Federico's former associate.
The greedy relatives of a paralysed 45-year-old amnesiac millionaire go to extreme lengths to help him recover his memory.
In 1939, in a French prison camp, José Garcés of the defeated Spanish Republican army raises the spirits of his fellow prisoners by telling the story of the year he was 8 years old, 1911, in a small town in northeastern Spain. He was a rascal, baffling his father, always in trouble, and in love with Valentina, a neighbor girl. On his roof top at night he sends semaphore messages to her. He writes poems. He gets them into trouble, killing her father's breeding pigeons. When the two families camp at a decaying castle, his tutor, a sympathetic priest, tells him about the most valiant men, the saints, the heroes, and the poets. Already a poet, he learns a lesson about being a hero.
After experiencing a series of traumatic, seemingly unrelated, accidents, Eva begins to notice that her daughter Luna is behaving in increasingly strange ways.
La leyenda del tambor
Osa de la Vega, Cuenca, Spain, 1913. Gregorio and León, employees on the estate of the village's mayor, a powerful landowner, are arrested and accused of the murder of José María el Cepa, a shepherd who mysteriously disappeared three years earlier.
In 1940's Madrid. Juan plays piano for Pepita and her on-stage partner Mario. Although Mario really wants to steal Juan for himself, Juan is not interested and Mario resorts to a string of lovers as consolation. When he loves (and leaves) a young nobleman, the young man wants revenge.
Dramatic portrait of men and women discouraged in the midst of the Spanish Civil War, after the odyssey of a group of Republican soldiers trying to reach the east coast to go into exile. Agustín must bear that his libertine father lives with the ironer Remedios, although she does not love him. She escapes and he goes to war; when they finally meet again, anxious amid bursts, it will be impossible to consummate their desires repressed for so long.
Sister Angela and Sister Mary park his van in front of a bank branch. They enter the bank and with the weapons hidden under their habits, commit the robbery of the century, to the astonishment of all employees and customers. After thorough police investigation the two nuns are arrested, but then appears Trini, twin sister of one of them and now all is not so clear. Were the nuns who committed the robbery?
Maria del Pilar is in love with Sebastian, a servant of his house. But her father wants her to marry Marcos a rich landowner. The girl refuses Marcos and he decides to take revenge.
Two private detectives called Salomon (Fernando Fernan-Gomez) and Torcuato (Jose Luis Lopez Vazquez), are engaged in questionable conduct research and work reports
When Israeli officials learn that Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann may be living in Argentina, they send a team of secret agents to apprehend him.
Modesto, an honest and responsible professional, is a manager of a small bank branch in Costa del Sol. His daughter died in a forest fire which he had thought to be accidental. One day he wakes up in his bank, after being locked and dragged by unknown men, and finds out in a safety-deposit box that the fire was plotted. From that day on, he sets on a personal crusade for justice.
A set of nine stories whose central theme is eroticism. The different directors of the film deal from philosophical aspects to others that are almost pornographic, but always with a common denominator: sensuality.
At the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War, the nun Maria is forced to flee her convent. She takes refuge in a brothel, until it is liberated by a woman's anarchist group. Maria joins the group and eventually goes to the front. The women's group faces the problems of fighting not only the nationalists, but also factions on the left seeking to impose a more traditional military structure.
Recounts the experiences of a middle-class family, the Alcántaras, during the last years of the rule of Francisco Franco and the beginning of the Spanish Transition to democracy.
Curro Jiménez was a successful Spanish TV series that aired on TVE1 from 22 December 1976 to 1979. Its main theme was Andalusian "bandolerismo" in the 19th century, located in the Ronda mountains. The main characters were four bandits, Curro Jiménez
Teresa de Jesús is a 1984 film mini-series that premiered on Spanish television in 1984. It presents the life of Teresa of Avila, a Spanish saint, mystic, and doctor of the Roman Catholic Church. Its dialogue is in Spanish, but versions with English subtitles are available. The film stars Concha Velasco as Teresa. Also appearing are Gonzalo Abril as Lorenzo de Cepeda, María Massip as Juana Suárez, Francisco Rabal as Peter of Alcantara, Héctor Alterio, and Marina Saura as another nun. It tells the story of Teresa's life from age 23 until her death at age 67.