Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Tomorrow I Could be Dead

Mañana podría estar muerto – Spanish title
Tomorrow I Could be Dead – English title

A 2012 Spanish production
Producer: Álvaro Alonso, Enrique Cerezo, Chema de la Peña, Daniel Méndez Kunschke [Mano
Negra Films (Madrid)]
Director: Juako Escaso
Story: Juako Escaso, Daniel Méndez Kunschke, Rubén Ordieres
Screenplay: Juako Escaso, Daniel Méndez Kunschke, Rubén Ordieres
Cinematography: Aitor Uribarri
Music: Juande Marfil
Running time: 86 minutes

Cast: Román Ariznavarreta, Pepe Ruiz, Mario Camus, Jordi Casares, Ricardo Cruz, Jesús García, Juan Maján, Víctor Matellano, Miguel Pedregosa, Ray Pololo, Carlos Aguilar (Carlos Gutiérrez)

This Spanish documentary recalls the story of a group of reckless Spanish stuntmen active during the second half of last century. Their exciting careers introduced them to roman peplum and big budget historical films such as “Alexander the Great”, “Spartacus”, “Ursus”, “King of Kings”, “55 Days in Peking” then later on the Spaghetti westerns - the Leone Dollar-Trilogy, “Django”, “Keoma” and finally to big international productions during the 1970's and 1980's such as “Conan the Barbarian”, “The Wind and the Lion”, “Breakout” and “Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade”. These men, partially brave, partially crazy have become part of the history of cinema and, thanks to their adventurous conditions reveal themselves as extremely interesting characters whose stories still wait to be told. Thanks to their commitment, Spanish stuntmen still are sought after for their extraordinary skills on horseback.

Vimeo trailer link: https://vimeo.com/105536122

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