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Solos en la madrugada

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Solos en la madrugada
Solos en la madrugada.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed byJosé Luis Garci
Written byJosé Luis Garci
José María González Sinde
Produced byJosé Luis Tafur
StarringJosé Sacristán
Fiorella Faltoyano
CinematographyManuel Rojas
Edited byMiguel González Sinde
Music byJesús Gluck
José Luis Tafur P.C
Release date
  • 3 April 1978 (1978-04-03) (Spain)
Running time
102 minutes

Solos en la madrugada (English: "Alone in the Dark") is a 1978 Spanish film written and directed by José Luis Garci, starring José Sacristán and Fiorella Faltoyano. The film built on the success of Garci's previous and successful film Asignatura pendiente, but did not have the same results.[1]


José Miguel García, a thirty-seven years old radio announcer, has achieved professional success with his late-night radio show Solos en la madrugada (Alone in the morning) which is devoted to criticizing the government of caudillo Francisco Franco.The program has achieved the highest audience in the country. The space, full of irony, is directed to those men and women born during the Spanish civil war or in the years immediately after, whom he accuses of cowardice and failing in a life burdened by the past.

The journalist pessimistic point of views are a reflection of the dissatisfaction he faces in his own life. José Miguel is separated from his wife, Elena, with whom he has two children, whom he rarely sees. During this period of his life comes the opportunity to begin a new life with a girl named Maite, who belongs to a generation of war and the postwar period.


DVD release

Solos en la madrugada is available in Region 2 DVD in Spanish only. It was released on DVD in 2009.


  • Torres, Augusto, Diccionario del cine Español, Espasa Calpe, 1996, ISBN 84-239-9241-1


  1. ^ Torres, Diccionario del cine Español, p. 433

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