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Flores de Otro Mundo (1999)





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Based on a true story, Flores de Otro Mundo is a film about rural life in present-day Spain. A little village with no women and no future organizes a big bachelors' party to which all the single women of the neighborhood are invited. Patricia from the Dominican Republic who has no ID, Milady from Havana who is dying to travel all around the world and Basque Mariroso find themselves on the 'bus of hope' chartered by the village. What follows is a story of social integration and male/female relationships. Director Iciar Bollain is well-known for her career as a leading actress in over 15 films, particularly Victor Erice's El Sur, Manuel Gutierrez Aragon's Malaventura, and Ken Loach's Land and Freedom. Her first film, Hola, Estas sola? (1995), won several international awards. The film was screened in the International Critics' Week of the 1999 Cannes Film Festival.


Luis Tosar
as Damian
José Sancho
as Carmelo
Chete Lera
as Alfonso
Elena Irureta
as Marirrosi
José Alias
as Bachelor
Carmen Arévalo
as Single Bus Rider
David Arranz
as Luisín
Mercedes Castro
as Single Bus Rider
Félix Cubero
as Bachelor
Juan de Pedro
as Párocco
Empar Ferrer
as Cuñada
Ana Frau
as Single Bus Rider
Paco Manzanedo
as Young Bar Patron
Juan Marquez
as Young Bar Patron
Ada Mercedes
as Graciela
Richard Ovalles
as Orlandito
José Ros
as Orchestra Member
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