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  1. Django

    Django (1966)


    Django is a 1966 Italian Western film directed by Sergio Corbucci and starring Franco Nero in the eponymous role.

  2. The Machinist

    The Machinist (2004)


    The Machinist is a 2004 Spanish psychological thriller film in English language directed by Brad Anderson and written by Scott Kosar. The film stars Christian Bale with Jennifer Jason Leigh, John Sharian, Aitana Sánchez-Gijón, and Michael Ironside.

  3. Passion

    Passion (2012)


    Passion is a 2012 French-German-Spanish-British erotic thriller film co-written and directed by Brian De Palma, starring Rachel McAdams and Noomi Rapace. It is the English-language remake of Alain Corneau's 2010 thriller film Love Crime, but with the ending greatly altered. The film is an international co-production between France, Germany, Spain, and the United Kingdom.

  4. There Be Dragons

    There Be Dragons (2011)


    There Be Dragons is a 2011 English-language historical epic film written and directed by Roland Joffé. It is a drama set during the Spanish Civil War of the 1930s and features themes such as betrayal, love and hatred, forgiveness, friendship, and finding meaning in everyday life. The film was released on 6 May 2011. It includes the story of soldiers, a journalist, his father, and a real life priest, Josemaría Escrivá, the founder of Opus Dei who was canonized as a Roman Catholic saint.

  5. Open Your Eyes

    Open Your Eyes (1997)


    Abre los ojos (English: Open Your Eyes) is a 1997 Spanish film co-written, co-scored and directed by Alejandro Amenábar and co-written by Mateo Gil. It stars Eduardo Noriega, Penélope Cruz, Fele Martínez and Najwa Nimri. In 2002, Open Your Eyes was ranked No. 84 in the Top 100 Sci-Fi List by the Online Film Critics Society. The movie's intersecting planes of dream and reality have prompted some critics to suggest comparisons to Calderón's masterwork Life Is a Dream (Spanish: La vida es sueño, 1635).

  6. Planet 51

    Planet 51 (2009)


    Planet 51 is a 2009 English-language Spanish/British animated science fiction/family comedy film directed by Jorge Blanco, written by Joe Stillman, and starring Dwayne Johnson, Jessica Biel, Justin Long, Gary Oldman, Seann William Scott, and John Cleese. Produced by Madrid-based Ilion Animation Studios and HandMade Films, it was originally acquired for U.S. distribution by New Line Cinema, but then sold to Sony before it was completed. Planet 51 was released on November 20, 2009, by TriStar Pictures. It was originally titled Planet One. Produced on a budget of $70 million, Planet 51 is the most expensive film produced in Spain.

  7. You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger

    You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger (2010)


    You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger is a 2010 English-language SpanishAmerican co-production comedy-drama film written and directed by Woody Allen. It features Antonio Banderas, Josh Brolin, Anthony Hopkins, Gemma Jones, Freida Pinto, Lucy Punch, Naomi Watts, Roger Ashton-Griffiths and Pauline Collins. It premiered on 15 May 2010 at the Cannes Film Festival in an out-of-competition slot.

  8. The Orphanage

    The Orphanage (2007)


    The Orphanage (Spanish: El Orfanato) is a 2007 Spanish horror film and the debut feature of Spanish filmmaker J.A. Bayona. The film stars Belén Rueda as Laura, Fernando Cayo as her husband, Carlos, and Roger Príncep as their adopted son Simón. The plot centers on Laura, who returns to her childhood home, an orphanage. Laura plans to turn the house into a home for disabled children, but a problem arises when she and Carlos realize that Simón believes he has a masked friend named Tomás with whom he will run away. After an argument with Laura, Simón is found to be missing.

  9. Broken Embraces

    Broken Embraces (2009)


    Broken Embraces (Spanish: Los abrazos rotos) is a 2009 Spanish romantic thriller film written, produced, and directed by Pedro Almodóvar. Led by an ensemble cast consisting of many Almodóvar regulars, it stars Lluís Homar as a blind Madrilenian screenwriter who recalls his tragic love for Lena, played by Penélope Cruz, the deceased lead actress in his last directional feature Girls and Suitcases, who was also the mistress of a powerful, obsessive businessman (José Luis Gómez). Blanca Portillo co-stars as his agent Judit, while Tamar Novas portrays her son and Caine's co-writer Diego.

  10. Le guerriere dal seno nudo

    Le guerriere dal seno nudo (1973)


    War Goddess (also known as The Amazons) is a 1973 adventure film directed by Terence Young. It was a co-production between Italy (where it was released as Le guerriere dal seno nudo), France (where is known with the title Les amazones) and Spain (where is known as Las amazonas).

  11. Las edades de Lulú

    Las edades de Lulú (1990)


    The Ages of Lulu (Spanish: Las edades de Lulú) is a 1990 Spanish film, directed by Bigas Luna, starring Francesca Neri. The film is about the title character's sexual awakening in Madrid, which leads to her involvement in increasingly dangerous sexual experimentation.

  12. Torrente 4

    Torrente 4 (2011)


    Torrente 4: Lethal Crisis is a 2011 Spanish black comedy film directed, written, produced by and starring Santiago Segura as the lead character, Spanish cop José Luis Torrente. The film was the fourth in the popular Torrente series (following Torrente 3: El protector) and successful at the box office. Distributed in Germany by Daniel O Dochartaigh Cine Global Filmverleih. The film features Silvia Abril, Kiko Rivera, Tony Leblanc, Enrique Villén, David Muro, Francisco, David Castillo, Yolanda Ramos, Emma Ozores, Kiko Matamoros, David Bisbal, María La Piedra, Yon González, Soledad Mallol, Ana Obregón and Belén Esteban.

  13. Dracula 3D

    Dracula 3D (2012)


    Dracula 3D is a 2012 Italian-French-Spanish horror film directed by Dario Argento and starring Thomas Kretschmann and Rutger Hauer. The screenplay was written by Argento, Enrique Cerezo, Stefano Piani and Antonio Tentori. It is Argento's first 3D film. The film is not a direct adaptation of Bram Stoker's novel Dracula, but features elements from the novel.

  14. Habana Blues

    Habana Blues (2005)


    Havana Blues (Havana Blues) is a 2005 Spanish and Cuban film by Benito Zambrano, which tells the story of two young musicians in Cuba. The film revolves around their music and contains criticism of problems in Cuba such as poverty and electricity outages. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2005 Cannes Film Festival.

  15. Justin and the Knights of Valour

    Justin and the Knights of Valour (2013)


    Justin and the Knights of Valour is a 2013 Spanish 3D animated adventure fantasy film co-written (with Matthew Jacobs) and directed by Manuel Sicilia. The film features voice acting from Freddie Highmore, Antonio Banderas, James Cosmo, Charles Dance, Tamsin Egerton, Rupert Everett, Barry Humphries, Alfred Molina, Mark Strong, David Walliams, Julie Walters, Olivia Williams and Saoirse Ronan.

  16. Don't Tempt Me

    Don't Tempt Me (2001)


    Don't Tempt Me (Spanish: Bendito Infierno, also known as Sin noticias de Dios in Spanish and No News From God in English) is a 2001 Mexican and Spanish co-production comedy film. The screenplay for the film was written especially for Penélope Cruz and Victoria Abril by the award-winning Spanish writer and director Agustín Díaz Yanes of Nadie hablará de nosotras cuando hayamos muerto.

  17. La gabbia

    La gabbia (1985)


  18. Carnage

    Carnage (2011)


    Carnage is a 2011 comedy film co-written and directed by Roman Polanski, based on the play God of Carnage by French playwright Yasmina Reza. The film is an international co-production of France, Germany, Spain, and Poland.

  19. Che: Part One

    Che: Part One (2008)


    Che is a two-part 2008 biopic about Argentine Marxist revolutionary Ernesto "Che" Guevara, directed by Steven Soderbergh and starring Benicio del Toro. Rather than follow a standard chronological order, the films offer an oblique series of interspersed moments along the overall timeline. Part One is entitled The Argentine and focuses on the Cuban Revolution from the landing of Fidel Castro, Guevara, and other revolutionaries in Cuba to their successful toppling of Fulgencio Batista's dictatorship two years later. Part Two is entitled Guerrilla and focuses on Guevara's attempt to bring revolution to Bolivia and his demise. Both parts are shot in a cinéma vérité style, but each has different approaches to linear narrative, camerawork, and the visual look.

  20. Darkness

    Darkness (2002)


    Darkness is a 2002 horror film directed by Jaume Balagueró about an American teenage girl who moves into a haunted house with her family in the Spanish countryside. The film stars Anna Paquin, Lena Olin, Iain Glen, Giancarlo Giannini and Fele Martínez.

  21. 7 Days in Havana

    7 Days in Havana (2012)


    7 Days in Havana (Spanish: 7 días en La Habana) is a 2012 Spanish-language anthology film. Set during a week in the Cuban capital Havana, the film features one segment for each day, each segment directed by a different filmmaker. The directors are Julio Médem, Laurent Cantet, Juan Carlos Tabío, Benicio del Toro, Gaspar Noé, Pablo Trapero and Elia Suleiman. The screenplay was written by the Cuban novelist Leonardo Padura Fuentes. The film is a co-production between companies in Spain, France and Cuba. It was shot on location in Havana.

  22. The Crime of Father Amaro

    The Crime of Father Amaro (2002)


    The Crime of Father Amaro, sometimes The Crime of Padre Amaro, (Spanish: El crimen del padre Amaro) is a 2002 film directed by Carlos Carrera. It is very loosely based on the novel O Crime do Padre Amaro (1875) by 19th-century Portuguese writer José Maria de Eça de Queiroz.

  23. Nathalie...

    Nathalie... (2003)


    Nathalie... is a 2003 French drama film directed by Anne Fontaine, and starring Fanny Ardant, Emmanuelle Béart, and Gérard Depardieu.

  24. Red Sun

    Red Sun (1971)


    Red Sun aka Soleil rouge is a Western film with an international cast. It stars U.S.-born actor Charles Bronson, Japanese actor Toshirō Mifune, French actor Alain Delon and Swiss actress Ursula Andress. It was filmed in Spain by the British director Terence Young. It was released in Europe in 1971 and in the U.S. in 1972.

  25. My Life Without Me

    My Life Without Me (2003)


    My Life Without Me is a 2003 Spanish/Canadian drama film directed by Isabel Coixet and starring Sarah Polley, Mark Ruffalo, Scott Speedman, and Leonor Watling. Based on the book Pretending the Bed Is a Raft by Nanci Kincaid, it tells a story of a 23-year-old woman, with a husband and two daughters, who finds out she is going to die soon. The film was produced by Pedro Almodóvar's production company, El Deseo.

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