Films

Blancanieves

March 15th 2013
  • Drama/Fantasy,
  • PG-13,
  • 104 min,
  • Other
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  • Cast: Maribel Verdú, Daniel Giménez Cacho, Ángela Molina, Pere Ponce, Macarena García, Sofía Oria, Josep Maria Pou, Inma Cuesta, Ramón Barea, Emilio Gavira, Sergio Dorado, Jinson Añazco, Carmen Belloch, Manel Castillejos, Itziar Castro, Pep Ferrer, Michal Lagosz, Carlos Lasarte, Alberto Martínez, Ignacio Mateos, Carmen Segarra, Pere Vall, Oriol Vila
  • Director: Pablo Berger
  • Writer: Pablo Berger
  • Producers: Pablo Berger , Ibon Cormenzana, Jérôme Vidal
  • Associate Producer: Sandra Tàpia
  • Executive Producers: Jeremy Burdek, Nadia Khamlichi, Adrian Politowski, Gilles Waterkeyn
  • Casting: Rosa Estévez
  • Costume Design: Paco Delgado
  • D.O.P.: Kiko de la Rica
  • Editor: Fernando Franco
  • Makeup: Sylvie Imbert
  • Music: Alfonso de Vilallonga
  • Production Design: Alain Bainée

Storyline

A re-telling of the classic Brothers' Grimm fairy tale "Snow White," "Blancanieves" is a breathtakingly beautiful film and a uniquely spirited homage to the black-and-white Golden Age of Europe's silent cinema. Set in a romanticized 1920s Seville, Berger's Snow White is Carmen, the daughter of a famous bull fighter, who lives under the tyrannical rule of her monstrous, evil stepmother, Encarna. She escapes and joins a troupe of bullfighting dwarves, where her beauty and natural talent in the ring attract notices from the press. But soon the news reaches Encarna, who at last she knows where to find Carmen, and she prepares for the final showdown.

Basic Information

  • Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1
  • MPAA Warning: Some violent content and sexuality
  • Production Companies: Arcadia Motion Pictures, Noodles Production, Nix Films, Sisifo Films AIE, Thekraken Films A.I.E., Mama Films, arte France Cinéma, Canal+ España, Motion Investment Group, Televisió de Catalunya
  • Production Schedule: 16 June 2011 - 12 August 2011

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Worldwide Release Dates

  • 28 September 2012: Spain
  • 23 January 2013: France
  • 7 March 2013: Portugal
  • 28 March 2013: Russia
  • 17 April 2013: Belgium