Dawn Breaks, Which Is No Small Thing (Amanece, que no es poco) 35 years old

Dawn Breaks, Which Is No Small Thing

Theodore, a young Spanish engineer who works as a professor at the University of Oklahoma, returned to Spain to enjoy a sabbatical year. Upon arrival, he discovers that his father killed his mother and, to compensate for the loss, he bought a motorcycle with sidecar to travel together. Father and son arrive in a remote mountain village seems empty, what happens is that all residents are in church every day, because the Mass is a true spectacle. Jimmy and Theodore are discovering the peculiarities of the people, attend the elections held each year to appoint mayor, priest, teacher, bitch ... In addition, the town has come a group of students at the American University of Eaton, a Belgian meteorologists, a dissident group of the Russian Army Choir, invading people's hidden above ...

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Dawn Breaks, Which Is No Small Thing Cast

Name Character
María Isbert She was 71, 94 years old when she died as Adelaida - la hija
Luis Ciges He was 67, 81 years old when he died as Jimmy
Manuel Alexandre He was 71, 92 years old when he died as Paquito - su padre
Guillermo Montesinos He was 41, now 76 years old as Suicida permanente
Cris Huerta He was 53, 68 years old when he died as Tirso - el mesonero
José Sazatornil He was 63, 89 years old when he died as Cabo Gutiérrez
Violeta Cela She was 28, now 63 years old as La Mercedes
Rafael Alonso He was 68, 78 years old when he died as El alcalde
Chus Lampreave She was 58, 85 years old when she died as Álvarez - su madre
Tito Valverde He was 37, now 72 years old as El intelectual
Miguel Rellán He was 45, now 80 years old as Carmelo, el borracho
Queta Claver She was 59, 73 years old when she died as Doña Remedios - su mujer
Fedra Lorente She was 37, now 72 years old as Susan - su amiga
Antonio Resines He was 34, now 69 years old as Teodoro
Ferran Rañé as Mariano
Enrique San Francisco He was 33, now 69 years old as Cascales
Pastora Vega She was 28, now 63 years old as La labradora
Gabino Diego He was 22, now 57 years old as Portavoz americano
Carmen de Lirio She was 62, 87 years old when she died as Doña Rocío - su señora
Arturo Bonín He was 45, now 80 years old as Bruno
Luis Pérezagua as Aspirante a intelectual
Ovidi Montllor He was 46, 53 years old when he died as Pascual
María Elena Flores She was 10, now 24 years old as Aurora - la madre
Cassen He was 60, 62 years old when he died as Cura párroco
Samuel Claxton as Nge Ndomo
Rafael Díaz He was 18, 23 years old when he died as Fermín
Antonio Gamero He was 54, 76 years old when he died as El feriante
Rosalía Dans She was 34, now 69 years old as Gabriela - su mujer
Aurora Bautista She was 63, 86 years old when she died as La Padington
Paco Hernández as Don Roberto - maestro escuela

Dawn Breaks, Which Is No Small Thing Crew

Name Department
Juan Ignacio San Mateo as Editor. Editing
José Nieto as Music. He was 86 (80) years old when He died Sound
Emiliano Otegui as Assistant Director. Directing
José Miguel Juárez as Executive Producer. Production
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Dawn Breaks, Which Is No Small Thing (35 years)

  • Release day: Tuesday, January 17, 1989
  • Runtime: 110 minutes