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Aro Tolbukhin. En la mente del asesino

Aro Tolbukhin; En la mente del asesino
File:Aro Tolbukhin. En la mente del asesino.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Isaac-Pierre Racine
Agustí Villaronga
Lydia Zimmermann
Produced by Antonio Chavarrías
Gustavo Montiel Pagés
Written by Isaac-Pierre Racine
Agustí Villaronga
Lydia Zimmermann
Starring Daniel Giménez Cacho
Carmen Beato
Zóltán Józan
Mariona Castillo
Aram González
Eva Fortea
Jesús Ramos
Pepa Charro
Music by José Manuel Pagán
Cinematography Guillermo Granillo
Editing by Ernest Blasi
Release date(s) 8 November 2002
Running time 95 minutes
Country Spain

Aro Tolbukhin; En la mente del asesino is a 2002 Spanish film, written and directed by Isaac-Pierre Racine, Agustí Villaronga, and Lydia Zimmermann. It was the 2003 Mexican submission for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.

The film tells the story of Aro Tolbukhin, a Hungarian salesman who set fire to seven people in an infirmary in a mission in Guatemala. The movie follows his life, from his childhood in Hungary to his arrival in Guatemala, in an attempt to determine his motivations.

Cast

  • Daniel Giménez Cacho as Adult Aro
  • Carmen Beato as Sister Carmen
  • Zoltán Józan as Teenage Aro
  • Mariona Castillo as Teenage Selma
  • Aram González as Young Aro
  • Eva Fortea as Young Selma
  • Jesús Ramos as Father
  • Pepa Charro as Dada

External links

  • Internet Movie Database


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