The Sleeping Voice
The Sleeping Voice Dramatic images of the consequences of the Spanish civil war, realized with academic and general colds. Madrid, 1940, Cordoba girl named Pepita (Mary Leon) came to the capital, Madrid, was near her sister, Hortensia (Inma Cuesta), pregnant and in Ventas prison, he framed as a prisoner, and then cursed to death.
He met Paulino (Marc Clotet), Guerrillero del¨maquis Evaded and Bourgeouis who fought in Sierra and Pepita fell in love with him.
¨la Voz dormida¨ results to be another countless place to deal with dramatic actions regarding the background of the civil war. The theme that is familiar with the global horror of the Fratricide War, is impossible to forget our cinema.
“The voice asleep¨, adapted from a novel by Dulce Chacon and directed by Benito Zambrano entering Spanish choice for Oscar was finally replaced by another film in the same tendency,” Pa Negre (Black Bread).
The Sleeping Voice
Benito Zambrano (Solas, Padre Coraje, Habana Blues), also wrote a manuscript along with Ignacio del moral, filmed in the usual formal and style scholarships, without leaving traces of problems that provoke, in terms of dramatic and narrative excitement. Including net pictorial cinematography by Alex Catalan (even rain, Camino, rooms in Rome) and willingness, almost perfect from the elements of each shot, every order, every room, the main problem must face the “sleep sound”, outside cannot avoid falling.
To the political pamphlet was revealed from the cold staging, which eventually became a monotonous of two hours of recording. Because the story requires more vibrations than those offered in films that move slowly and sometimes this boring.
But anyway, it was compensated by a big show from Maria Leon and Inma Cuesta, a translator who gave a large enough encouragement for the results. Zambrano is a great actor director and the main players are equipped with a good secondary player (Ana Wagener, Berta Ojea, Lola Casamayor, Lizarde, Susi Sanchez, Myrian Gallego, among others) form a group of strong women and provide an excellent interpretation.
In the 26th annual Goya award, which was presented by the Academia de Las Artes Y Ciencias Cinematografas de España (Spanish Academy of Cinematography of Arts and Science), the main national film award, considered by many people in Spain and internationally, to be the equivalent of Spain from.
The American Academy Awards, ¨la Voz Dormida¨ win completely, gifts to the best new actress (Mejor Actriz Revelación) María León, are being nominated as the best director of Benito Zambrano, then, Maria Leon Won Silver Seashell the best actress at the San Sebastian International Film Festival.