Thursday, October 25, 2012


 Orson West – International title

A 2010 Spanish production [Canonigo Films, Black Flag Cinema (Barcelona), Dacsa Productions (Valencia)]
Producer: Xavier Crespo, Mamen Boué, Ferran Monje
Director: Fran Ruvira
Story: Fran Ruvira
Screenplay: Fran Ruvira
Cinematography: Carles Gusi [color]
Music: Marc Vaillo
Running time: 87 minutes

Sonia – Sonia Almarcha (Sonia Perez)
Claire – Saida Benzal
Script – Ángela Boj
John – Jaume Queralt
Director of photography: David Billington
Costume designer – Marta Ciruana
Frank – Frank Feys
Pep – Josep Manuel Gil
Miguel - Miguel Ángel Pérez
Boys - Álex Ruvira, Pau Ruvira
With: Montserrat Carulla, Xavier Monzó, Victoria Muñoz, Jenaro Talens, Antonio Belart

A film company reaches the border town of Alicante and Murcia to shoot a low-budget western, which will change the routine of the area, especially in the case of a group of children. But in addition, it is the return to her homeland of Sonia, who after many years of absence, goes to her home town to star in the film amid a landscape that recalls stories of her past.

However, this is not the first time a film was made in this town. Fifty years ago, Orson Welles wanted to shoot another western in the same area. Director Fran Ruvira traces the ghost of this western legend and claims a never realized dream that went unfinished by Welles.

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