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  • 23-F: La película

  • 23-F: La película


    First movie that recounts the “coup d’état” that took place in Spain, the 23rd February of 1981, when 200 armed soldiers kidnapped the “Chamber of Deputies” in Spain with 350 members of parliament inside. 17 hours of suspense in which no one knew if the young Spanish democracy would go back to a military dictatorship. On one side, Tejero and his followers; on the other side, The King tries to contain the army and organize the civilian troops from his desk. In the middle, a half-framed complex where Milans and Armada move threads. Yet a country, to the bottom, that lives pending on the radio and the television.

  • 23-F: La película


    Antonio Tejero PACO TOUS
    Juan Carlos I FERNANDO CAYO
    Alfonso Armada JUAN DIEGO
    Sabino Fernández Campo MARIANO VENANCIO 
    Jesús Muñecas LUIS ZAHERA
  • 23-F: La película

    Ficha técnica

    Director  Chema de la Peña
    Writer  Joaquín Andújar
    Producers  Ignacio Salazar-Simpson, Gonzalo Salazar-Simpson
    Line Producer Paloma Molina
    Cinematography  David Azcano
    Production Designer Antón Laguna
    Costume Designer María José Iglesias
    Makeup Artist  Eli Adánez
    Hair Stylist Mara Collazo
    Sound  Sergio Bürmann
    Music  Antonio Fernández Ruiz
    Casting  Rosa Estévez
    Editor  Meco Paulogorrán
  • 23-F: La película


    GOYA Awards 2011
    Nomination “Best Supporting Actor” (Juan Diego)
    Nomination “Best Supporting Actor” (Ginés García Millán)
    Warsaw International Film Festival 2011
    Istanbul Crime & Punishment Film Festival 2011
    Spanish Cinema Now 2012, Lincoln Centre
    NANTES 2012 - Festival de Cine Español
    Chicago Latino Film Festival 2012
    Beijing International Film Festival 2012


  • 23-F: La película

    Technical data

    Year · 2010
    Genre · Political thriller
    Nationality · Spain
    Format · Colour / 35mm
    Runtime · 105’
    Original version · Spanish
    Sound · Dolby Digital
    Shooting locations · Madrid
    Production Companies · LA Zona, Wave
    With the participation of · TVE, Canal +, TeleMadrid, AXN
    With the collaboration of · ICO, ICAA
    Distribution · Warner Bros.
    International sales · Filmax
    Spanish release · February 23, 2011