The Queen of Spain  



The Queen of Spain (2016)

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Nearly twenty years after the events of "The Girl of Your Dreams", in the 1950s, Macarena Granada, who has become a Hollywood star, returns to Spain to film a blockbuster about Queen Isabella I of Castile.

Director: Fernando Trueba

Release Date: 2016-11-25
Status: Released
Run time: 129 min / 2:9
Budget: $11,800,000
Production Country: Spain
Release Date: 2016-11-25
Status: Released
Run time: 129 min / 2:9
Budget: $11,800,000

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Casts

Penélope Cruz
as Macarena Granada
Antonio Resines
as Blas Fontiveros
Neus Asensi
as Lucía Gandía
Cary Elwes
as Gary Jones
Mandy Patinkin
as Jordan Berman
Javier Cámara
as Pepe Bonilla
Clive Revill
as John Scott
Santiago Segura
as Castillo
Ana Belén
as Ana
Loles León
as Trinidad "Trini" Morenos
Arturo Ripstein
as Sam Spiegelman
Jorge Sanz
as Julián Torralba
Rosa Maria Sardà
as Rosa Rosales
Carlos Areces
as Francisco Franco
Chino Darín
as Leo
Aida Folch
as
J. A. Bayona
as Proyeccionista

Crew

Directing Fernando Trueba Director
Writing Fernando Trueba Writer
Sound Zbigniew Preisner Original Music Composer
Production Penélope Cruz Producer
Production Mercedes Gamero Producer
Production Mikel Lejarza Producer
Production Kirk D'Amico Executive Producer
Production Cristina Huete Executive Producer
Production Antonio Resines Associate Producer
Production Fernando Victoria de Lecea Associate Producer
Camera José Luis Alcaine Director of Photography
Art Juan Pedro de Gaspar Production Design
Art Hedvig Kiraly Art Direction
Costume & Make-Up Lala Huete Costume Design
Art Angela Nahum Set Decoration
Writing Rafael Azcona Characters
Writing Manuel Angel Egea Characters
Writing David Trueba Characters
Writing Carlos López Characters

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  • As a type of tribute to Cruz that collects her many skills into one movie, “The Queen of Spain” makes its tiny impression on movie history. But we don’t need a film like this to tell us that she’s acting royalty.

  • Though "The Queen of Spain" looks terrific and features a warm, glamorous performance by Penélope Cruz, that promise is fulfilled only fitfully in this valentine to moviemaking.

  • Review and Rating of Drama movie The Queen of Spain directed by Stephen Lowenstein with starcast Jordan Long, Miles Richardson, Karen Lewis

  • 'The Queen of Spain,' Fernando Trueba’s sequel to 'The Girl of Your Dreams,' stars Penelope Cruz as a '50s Hollywood star shooting a movie back in her Spanish homeland and will receive a gala ...

  • The opening fifteen minutes of “The Queen of Spain” promise a delightfully retrograde romp back in time to the Technicolor pleasures of that golden moment in the mid-1950s when Hollywood came ...

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  • The Queen of Spain review: An overstuffed story that staggers from subplot to subplot Chris Knight reviews The Queen of Spain, about a Spanish-American co-production being made in the 1950s.

  • “The Queen of Spain,” a light ensemble romp from the veteran director Fernando Trueba, has fun with movie lore even as it pillories Hollywood’s deal-making with the Francisco Franco regime ...

  • Trueba also fails to probe the political implications of The Queen of Spain’s period milieu, which is particularly confounding given the filmmaker’s evident anti-fascist sympathies. Even for those virulently opposed to Franco’s rule, his regime comes off as little more than a mild inconvenience.

  • Film Review: The Queen of Spain Set in Franco’s Spain, this self-referential film-within-a-film is painfully dated and unfunny, and its mishmash of genres is even more off-putting.