Celos () by Vicente Aranda Celos () by Vicente Aranda

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His first wife, Luisa, a name he used repeatedly for the female leads in his films, committed suicide years after they divorced. Originally conceived as a TV project, Amantes was made with few actors, a small crew, and with few exterior locations.

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These three films directed by Vicente Aranda are loosely based in real crime stories. Tirante later seduces the royal family's only surviving child, a young, fanciful, and impressionable princess.

He started as a founding member of the Barcelona School of Film and became known for bringing contemporary Spanish novels to life on the big screen. For him the novel is raw material with which to create new forms: She has been editor of his movies since the mids; they had two daughters together.

The story shown, both in the book and in the film, is of course very different from the real one, and the real Desidera enjoyed a happy life with the Turkish man she married. The televised funeral of the Communist leader is a sly montage of mourners at the funeral of Franco. After being horribly disfigured in an explosion, he gradually adopts a new personal identity in an effort to lure back his spoiled ex-wife.

Amantes In the s, Aranda continued to make films that were commercial hits at home and were shown at film festivals worldwide. Her pursuit of sexual pleasure leads her to an obsessive dependence, degradation, and total collapse of her self esteem.

The experience made him found his own production company: As a result of this dispute, Aranda sold the film's shares in Morgana Films, the production company he had created.

The title character is a military officer, who supports his poor family and pays his gambling debts by plotting an elaborate trap to swindle money from those who fall for the charms of his pretty eldest daughter.

He had a long and prolific career, making 27 films in more than 40 years as a director. The film depicts a violent love-hate relationship between a delinquent woman and a corrupt police officer, with whom she wants to get even. It was the Brillante Porvenir, the story of a poor youth working his way up into the Catalan upper class.

He had a number of different jobs in his home town, trying a multitude of trades before following his brother Palmiro to Venezuela in The title character is a military officer, who supports his poor family and pays his gambling debts by plotting an elaborate trap to swindle money from those who fall for the charms of his pretty eldest daughter.