Director amanece que no es poco

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Hepatitis from eating raw clams and other anecdotes of the filmA film so surreal gave anecdotes to his height, as evidenced by the following vicissitudes:_ José Luis Cuerda could not attend the premiere of the film at the Gran Hotel cinema in Albacete in 1988 because he caught hepatitis “eating some raw clams in Salamanca”, explained numerous times the film director. “From Albacete he went to the Proyecciones cinema in Madrid, where he only lasted a month because they said that the films in that cinema had to gross a million and a half pesetas a week, Cuerda said at the time. On the third or fourth week, when it had grossed one million two hundred thousand, they took it out to put in ‘Presidente por accidente’, by Paul Mazurksy. “It made 350,000 pesetas the first week, but they kept it because it was American and from the same distributor,” said the director of ‘Amanece que no es poco’ (Dawn That Is No Small Thing). They described it as “bullshit”.  – Horrible”, was the adjective used by Cuerda to define the shooting, which took place in six weeks of a hot summer in which the actors went back and forth to Madrid, by train, by car. “And they were very helpful in the village,” said the director.

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1993 – Hitting rock bottom. Fulgencio, a kid with no job or benefit, arrives in Madrid in 1993 with the purpose of working for his uncle Andrés. Cast: Antonio Resines, Jorge Sanz, Icíar Bollaín, Manuel Alexandre, Sancho Gracia, Cristina Collado.

1977 – Mala racha (TV movie). The story of a washed-up boxer who refuses to give up on his career when he is offered a generous contract, which will lead him to a tragic end. Cast: Sancho Gracia, Terele Pávez, Eufemia Román, Antonio Garisa, Miguel Rellán, Fernando Valverde.

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Amanece, que no es poco is currently a cult film and its director José Luis Cuerda has never again offered a similar level of excellence. Admired by the most militant modernity and forgotten by the majority, these lines serve as a tribute to a title that every self-respecting filmmaker should have.

After having directed two such diametrically opposed films, José Luis Cuerda becomes a director who, like Dr. Jeckyll and Mr. Hyde, offers two diametrically opposed faces. On the one hand, that of the man who portrays conventional stories in an academically classical way, and on the other hand, that of the hooligan director with a careless narrative who throws himself into the arms of surrealism and grotesquerie. To the first group belong films like La viuda del capitán Estrada (1991), La lengua de las mariposas (1999) and Los girasoles ciegos (2008); to the second group belong Amanece, que no es poco (1989), La marrana (1992) or Aquí en el cielo como en la tierra (1995).

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His filmography includes titles such as El bosque animado, La lengua de las mariposas or Los girasoles ciegos. Others, such as Total and Así en el cielo como en la tierra have their own legion of fans as a cult phenomenon and, in 2019, he released Tiempo después, sequel to his most famous film: Amanece que no es poco, and adaptation of his book of the same name.

Cuerda is also one of the most recognized figures by the Academy, which gave him five Goya awards: one for Best Film for El bosque animado (1988), two as screenwriter, for the adaptation of La lengua de las mariposas (2000) and for Los girasoles ciegos (2009), and another two as producer of Alejandro Amenábar (Tesis, in 1996, and Los otros, in 2001).

Between 1985 and 1987 he was a professor of Filmmaking at the Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Salamanca. He did not reach the big screen until 1982 with the feature film Pares y nones. Among many other awards, in 1999 he received a Goya for Best Screenplay and the Ondas Award for La lengua de las mariposas.