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The White Land

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The White Land
The White Land 1959.png
Directed byHugo del Carril
Produced byMiguel Ángel Puccio
Hugo del Carril
Written byJuan José Manauta (novel)
Eduardo Borrás
StarringHugo del Carril
Ricardo Trigo
Amanda Silva
Nora Palmer
Music byTito Ribero
CinematographyAmérico Hoss
Edited byGerardo Rinaldi
Antonio Ripoll
Production
company
Cinematigráfica L.E.O.
Release date
  • February 19, 1959 (1959-02-19)
Running time
78 minutes
CountryArgentina
LanguageSpanish

The White Land (Spanish: Las tierras blancas) is a 1959 Argentine drama film directed by Hugo del Carril and starring del Carril, Ricardo Trigo and Amanda Silva.[1] It is based on a novel by Juan José Manauta. It is set in a poor village in Santiago del Estero Province in Northern Argentina, where the semi-desert climate gives much of the landscape a whitish appearance alluded to in the title.

Cast

  • Hugo del Carril as Natalio
  • Ricardo Trigo as A Countryman
  • Amanda Silva as The Mother
  • Nora Palmer as Angelina
  • Carlos Olivieri as Odiseo
  • Raúl del Valle as The Bully
  • Juan José Manauta as The Teacher
  • Totón Podestá
  • Antonio Capuano
  • Mónica Cristina Ramos
  • Juan Armendáriz
  • David Socco

References

  1. ^ Cabrera p.139

Bibliography

  • Borrás, Eduardo. Las aguas bajan turbias. Editorial Biblos, 2006.
  • Cabrera, Gustavo. Hugo del Carril: un hombre de nuestro cine. Ediciones Culturales Argentinas, 1989.

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This page was last edited on 22 May 2020, at 03:38
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