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THE DARK HOUR

by Elio Quiroga

synopsis

A group of eight people live isolated in crumbling installations. They cannot abandon the complex and they live in a constant state of vigilance. The food supplies are running out and they urgently need medicines and ammunitions, but in order to find them they must abandon the secure area. What lurks outside the small area they inhabit, however, is so menacing that they dare not even speak of it.

international title: The Dark Hour
original title: La hora fría
country: Spain
year: 2006
genre: fiction
directed by: Elio Quiroga
film run: 93'
screenplay: Elio Quiroga
cast: Jorge Casalduero, Nadia de Santiago, Marco González, Carola Manzanares, Omar Muñoz, Pepo Oliva, Pablo Scola, Sergio Villanueva, Silke
cinematography by: Ángel Luis Fernández
film editing: Luis Sánchez-Gijón
art director: Gabriel Carrascal
costumes designer: Mar Bardavío, Helena Sanchís
music: Alfons Conde
producer: Elio Quiroga, Sebastián Álvarez, Jerome Debeve, Octavio Fernández-Roces, Juan A. Ruiz, Carmen Sánchez, Carmen Trujillo, Juan Lorenzo Prada
production: Zanzíbar Producciones Audiovisuales, Eqlipse Producciones Cinematográficas (ES)
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