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Videos from Spain

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  1. 1919, Antonio José Betancor et al., 1 videocassette (82 min.), Madrid?, 198.
    Notes: Performer Note: Miguel Molina, Cristina Marsillach, Walter Vidarte, Jose Antonio Correa, Emma Suarez, Saturno Cerra, Conchita Leza, and Marisa Leza.
    Abstract: In 1919, a time of anarchist agitation and police repression in Zaragoza, the adolescent son of a declining bourgeois family discovers society's falsehoods as well as life's pleasures.

  2. 40 años de novios, Enrique Carreras et al., 1 videocassette (93 min.), Buenos Aires, Argentina.
    Notes: Performer Note: Lolita Torres, Germán Cobos, Enzo Viena.
    Abstract: A woman who hasn't forgiven her husband's infidelities finally reconciles with him after 40 years.

  3. Abre los ojos, Alejandro Amenábar et al., 1 videocassette (117 min.), Madrid, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Eduardo Noriega, Penélope Cruz, Chete Lera, Fele Martínez, Najwa Nimri.
    Abstract: An imprisoned man who hides his face behind a mask is telling his story, as a flashback, to a psychiatrist: His name is César, he is an orphan but he had inherited a fortune from his parents and used to live in a luxurious house of his own. He was also very handsome and a renowned womanizer. But then he fell in love with his best friend's girlfriend, Sofía. Ce sar's ex-girlfriend, Nuria, was insanely jealous, and drove her car--with both of them in it--into a tree, killing herself and horribly disfiguring César. The doctors said they couldn't help him. Then his luck seemed to change when Sofía said she was still in love with him and the doctors called him and told him that, with a revolutionary new technique, they could rebuild his face. César was happier than ever; but strange and scary things started to happen, and he found out that the real nightmare had only just began for him.

  4. Acción mutante, Alejandro De la Iglesia et al., 1 videocassette (090 min.), Barcelona, 1993.
    Notes: Performer Note: Antonio Resines, Alex Angulo, Frederique Feder, Fernando Guillén, Enrique San Francisco, Juan Viadas, Karra Elejalde, Saturnino Garcia, Jaime Blanch.
    Abstract: Dystopic science fiction film set in the year 2012 in a world ruled by bodybuilders, designers and the ultra-chic. Accion Mutante, an underground group of mentally and physically disabled are the sole resistance to the cult of beauty and wealth. Ramon, the leader of the group devises plots to kidnap Patricia, daughter of a wealthy industrialist, but the plot does not work out as planned.

  5. Adiós Pepe, Adolfo Aristarain, Eusebio Poncela, and Network (Firm), 1 videocassette, Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Eusebio Poncela.

  6. Adios pequena, Imanol Uribe et al., 1 videocassette (86 min.), Spain?, 1987.
    Notes: Performer Note: Ana Belen, Fabio Testi, Marcel Bozzuffi.
    Abstract: A story of intrigue, romance and violence. Lucas, a young drug dealier who has always had a hard struggle to come out on top, is defended by the young and rich lawyer Beatriz. The lies, agression and desperation surrounding the case will convert Beatriz into a cold and implacable avenger.

  7. L'Age d'or = La edad de oro, Luis Buñuel et al., 1 videocassette (80 min.), Barcelona, Spain.
    Notes: Performer Note: Gaston Modot, Lya Lys, Max Ernst, Pierre Prévert, Jacques Brunius
    Added Titles: Age of gold ; Golden age.
    Abstract: Two lovers declare war on a bourgeois society intent on thwarting the fulfillment of their desire. The film is a statement on the nature of the Church, the Establishment, and middle-class morality.

  8. Alas de mariposa = Butterfly wings, Silvia Munt et al., 1 videocassette (105 min.), Chicago, IL, 1994.
    Notes: Performer Note: Silvia Munt, Fernando Valverde, Susana Garcia, Laura Vaquero
    Added Title: Butterfly wings.
    Abstract: Ami is a sensitive 7 year old, whose mother Carmen is obsessed with giving her husband Gabriel a son. When Carmen becomes pregnant, her relationship with her daughter begins to deteriorate. When the new son is born, events turn into a nightmare.

  9. Alba de América, Juan de Orduña et al., 1 videocassette (108 min.), Madrid, 1996.
    Notes: Performer Note: Antonio Vilar, Amparo Rivelles, José Suarez, Mery Martin.
    Abstract: Set in the time before the greatest discovery of all times, during the reign of the Catholic monarchy in Spain. Christopher Columbus meets for the first time with the monarchs with a proposal to take a new--and much shorter--route to Japan and the Orient. With their blessing and support, he sets off, but the journey is difficult.

  10. Alegre, ma non troppo, Fernando Colomo et al., 1 videocassette (104 min.), Madrid, 1994.
    Notes: Performer Note: Penélope Cruz, Pere Ponce, Oscar Ladoire, Rosa Ma Sarda.
    Abstract: Pablo knows already, in his twenties, what he wants from life: to become a musician, be likeable to his mother, and find a lovely, faithful and nice boy to share the rest of his life with. Pablo suffers a difficult emotional crisis when his boyfriend leaves him, bored of his tenderness and so a demanding behaviour, that it's near jealousy. Driven by a high insecurity, he applies to an exam to become horn player in the Youth Spain National Orchestra. But the one who auditions him is his father, who has lived for years apart from his wife and voluntarily forgotten by his son, whose sexual behaviour he doesn't find exactly marvelous. Pablo's exam does not go brilliantly, and that depresses him yet more. Anyway, a horn player from Valencia which has made the exam with Pablo hasn't a place to sleep. Pablo takes this colleague home to spend the night. But, next morning, Salome appears. And she appears in of Pablo's bed.

  11. Alma gitana, Antonio Conesa et al., 1 videocassette (95 min.), Spain, 1996?
    Notes: Performer Note: Pedro Alonso, Amara Carmona, Peret, Rafael Alvarez, Loles Leon.
    Abstract: A young man who wants to become a professional dancer falls in love with a gypsy girl and realizes how much he conflicts with her completely different cultural background.

  12. Amantes, Vicente Aranda et al., 1 videocassette (100 min.), Madrid, 1992.
    Notes: Performer Note: Victoria Abril, Jorge Sanz, Maribel Verdú.
    Abstract: After finishing military service, Paco sets off to find work in Madrid, leaving behind his girlfriend Trini in his hometown. In Madrid he embarks on an affair with his landlady and becomes embroiled in the low-life of the district, but the virtuous Trini tries to re-enter his life, with tragic results.

  13. La ardilla roja, Julio Medem et al., 1 videocassette (105 min.), Madrid, 1994.
    Notes: Performer Note: Emma Suárez, Nancho Novo, Maria Barranco, Karra Elejalde, Carmelo Gómez.
    Abstract: Jota is a young man whose fortunes are down. His rocker girlfriend has left him and he is considering jumping off of a jetty late one summer night in San Sebastian. Before he can jump, a motorcyclist crashes through the barrier and Jota runs to assist. The woman has amnesia and Jota takes her to the hospital where he registers her as Lisa, his fiance. When "Lisa" has recovered physically, Jota takes her from the hospital and they go on a vacation to a campground called "The Red Squirrel".

  14. Asignatura pendiente, José Luis Garci et al., 1 videocassette (ca. 109 min.), Barcelona, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: José Sacristán, Fiorella Faltoyano, Antonio Gamero.
    Abstract: José (lawyer, married, one son), runs into an old girlfriend, Elena (a middle class housewife, married to an economist, two daughters). Their re-encounter, 20 years after their adolescent love affair, has an air of sad nostalgia for a past epoc, a time of when all of their hopes were still intact. They look to each other for a way out of their stultifying marriages, a path toward new hope.

  15. Atame! = Tie me up, tie me down, Victoria Abril et al., 1 videocassette (105 min.), Burbank, CA, 1990.
    Notes: Performer Note: Victoria Abril, Antonio Banderas, Loles Leon, Francisco Rabal.
    Abstract: Comedy in which an orphaned mental patient kidnaps a porn star in an irrationally inspired bid for love.

  16. Ay, Carmela!, Carlos Saura et al., 1 videocassette (100 min.), Madrid, 1991.
    Notes: Performer Note: Carmen Maura, Andres Pajares, Gabino Diego.
    Abstract: Aragón, Spain, 1938. Carmela and her two companions quit their posts as entertainers for the Republican troops in search for a better fortune. By mistake, they cross over to the Nationalist zone, get arrested and are given the chance to perform for their freedom.

  17. Barroco, Paul Leduc et al., 1 videocassette (107 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Francisco Rabal, Angela Molinna, Ernesto Gómez Cruz.
    Abstract: A series of images, music and sounds which transport through Mexico's history, without any narrative sequence. The film spins constantly round the question 'Where are the singers from?' (De donde son los cantantes? in Spanish: the title of a popular Cuban song).

  18. La Batalla de Chile la lucha de un Pueblo sin armas, Patricio Guzmán et al., 3 videocassettes (263 min.), Madrid, 1993.
    Notes: Performer Note: Abilio Fernandez
    Contents: pt. 1 La insurrección de la burguesia (1:36) -- pt. 2. El golpe de estado (1:28) -- pt. 3. El poder popular (1:19)
    Added Title: Battle of Chile.
    Abstract: Documentary on the fate of Allende's Popular Unity government filmed throughout Chile from February to September 1973. Shows the campaign strategies of the two groups fighting for control of Congress and reactions of voters before and after the election. Also shows effects on society after the election--strikes, riots, etc.

  19. Belle époque, Fernando Trueba et al., 1 videocassette (114 min.), Madrid, Barcelona, Lisboa, Paris, Madrid, 1992.
    Notes: Performer Note: Penélope Cruz, Miriam Díaz-Aroca, Gabino Diego, Fernando Fernán Gómez, Michel Galabru, Ariadna Gil, Agustín Gonzáles, Chus Lampreave, Mary Carmen Ramírez, Jorge Sanz, Maribel Verdú.
    Abstract: During the uprising against the monarchy in Spain, in 1930-1931, Fernando, a deserter from the army, takes refuge with Don Manolo, a republican partisan, who has a large farmhouse. Fernando becomes his cook. Don Manolo has four daughters, who all fall in love with Fernando. He tries his best in managing all four. The local priest hangs himself the day of Fernando's wedding with the youngest daughter. They go ahead with a 'secular wedding', according to the ideas of the new Republic.

  20. Belmonte, Juan Sebastian Bollain et al., 1 videocassette (101 min.), Madrid, 1995.
    Notes: Performer Note: Achero Mañas, Jesús Bonilla, Lautaro Murua, Mónica Molina.
    Abstract: Juan Belmonte, the most famous Spanish bullfighter, is a hero. The film describes his legendary story from a timid boy craving for the bullring to a genius of bullfighting.

  21. Beltenebros, Andrés Vincente Goméz et al., 1 videocassette (110 min.), Madrid?, Murcia, 1992.
    Notes: Performer Note: Terence Stamp, Patsy Kensit, José Luis Gómez.
    Abstract: One night in the winter of 1962, Captain Darman remembers recent events. Days before in England he had been charged with a secret mission, to fly to Madrid and execute a traitor who had infiltrated the party's clandestine apparatus. Darman remembers a similiar order 16 years before.

  22. Bienvenido Mister Marshall, Luis García Berlanga et al., 1 videocassette (75 min.), Madrid, 1990.
    Notes: Performer Note: Lolita Sevilla, Manolo Morán, José Isbert, Alberto Romea
    Added Title: Bienvenido Mr. Marshall.
    Abstract: The inhabitants of tiny Villar del Rio hear that they have been selected for aid under the Marshall Plan. The promise of great wealth transforms the village overnight.

  23. Bilbao, Juan José Bigas Luna et al., 1 videocassette (86 min.), Barcelona, 1993.
    Notes: Performer Note: Angel Jové, Maria Martin, Isabel Pisano.
    Abstract: Leo, an introverted misfit becomes obsessed with Bilbao, a Barcelona prostitute. He stalks her and keeps a secret scrapbook about her. Leo kills her and she is turned into sausage at his uncle's pork factory.

  24. Boca a boca, César Benítez et al., 1 videocassette (110 min.), Madrid, 1996.
    Notes: Performer Note: Javier Bardem, Josep Maria Flotats, Aitana Sánchez-Gijón, María Barranco.
    Abstract: Comedy about a down and out actor who gets a job with an erotic telephone service where the woman he falls in love with turns out to be the wife of his best client.

  25. La buena estrella, Ricardo Franco et al., 1 videocassette (102 min.), Spain, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Antonio Resines, Maribel Verdú, Jordi Molla.
    Abstract: Marina, a woman with a glass eye, has the bad luck to be the victim of an sexual assault witnessed by Rafael, a goodhearted butcher, who rescues her from her attacker, a man named Daniel. Rafael has physical problems of his own, but the two stay together as a couple. Marina gives birth to a baby who is not Rafael's, for he lost his testicles in an accident. Nonetheless, Rafael looks forward to raising the child as his own if Marina will consent.

  26. Bwana, Imanol Uribe et al., 1 videocassette (82 min.), Madrid, 1996.
    Notes: Performer Note: Andres Pajares, Maria Barranco, Emilio Buale, Alejandro Martinez, Andrea Granero, Miguel del Arco.
    Abstract: A taxi driver and his family picnic on a lonely beach where they meet Ombasi, an African newly arrived in Spain in search of his fortune. They spend a pleasant night talking but the morning brings a terrible surprise: the arrival of a group of neonazis.

  27. Calle Mayor, Carlos Arniches y Barrera et al., 1 videocassette (ca. 90 min.), Madrid, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Betsy Blair, José Suarez, Luis Peña.
    Abstract: For 18 years, since she left the convent, Isabel has passed her empty hours walking up and down the main street of her provincial town. Some bored young men decide that one of their number should pretend to court the spinster.

  28. La calle sin sol, Rafael Gil et al., 1 videocassette, Montevideo, Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Amparo Rivelles, Antonio Vilar, Manola Morán.

  29. Cambio de sexo, Vicente Aranda et al., 1 videocassette (104 min.), Madrid, 1997?
    Notes: Performer Note: Victoria Abril, Lou Castel, Fernando Sancho, Bibi Andersen.
    Abstract: José María is a 16 year-old adolescent boy who lives with his parents and goes to school, where his classmates make fun of him for his effeminate nature. When the director of the school suggests that José María is more like a woman than a man, José María's father flies off the handle and eventually the boy is on his way to Barcelona to be sexually initiated by an old friend who works in a cabaret. Seeing Bibi, female impersonator, gives him other ideas.

  30. La camerara del Titantic, Bigas Luna et al., 1 videocassette (103 min.), Spain, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Romane Bohringer, Olivier Martinez, Aitana Sanchez-Gijon.
    Abstract: In 1912, Horty, a foundry worker married to Zoë, wins a round-trip to England to attend the Titanic's departure. On his return, a rumour spreads regarding his wife's infidelity. Then Horty hears about the shipwreck... In desperation, he finds peace by telling everybody the story of his night with the chambermaid... But did she really exist?

  31. Camila, Maria Luisa Bemberg et al., 1 videocassette (105 min.), Los Angeles, Calif, 1985?
    Notes: Performer Note: Susú Pecoraro, Imanol Arias, Hector Alterio, Mona Maris.
    Abstract: "Recounts the true story of a young Catholic socialite from Buenos Aires, Camila O'Gorman, who falls in love and runs away with a young Jesuit priest, Ladislao Gutierrez. The two find temporary happiness in a small provincial village ... but their peace is ephemeral, and eventually they are recognized and ultimately condemned to death without a trial."--External container.

  32. Canción de Cuna, José Luis Garci et al., 1 videocassette (93 min.), Madrid, 1994.
    Notes: Performer Note: Fiorella Faltoyano, Amparo Larrañaga, Maria Massip, Virginia Mataia, Diana Peñalver, Maria Luisa Ponte, Maribel Verdú.
    Abstract: A group of Spanish nuns find a baby girl abandoned in a basket. The foundling arouses the maternal instincts of the cloistered nuns who take the baby in and raise her. Eighteen years later she marries and leaves for Cuba. Set in Castille in the 19th century.

  33. Carne trémula = Live flesh, Javier Bardem et al., 1 videocassette (101 min.), Santa Monica, CA, 1999.
    Notes: Performer Note: Javier Bardem, Francesca Neri, Liberto Rabal, Ángela Molina, Jóse Sancho, Pilar Bardem, Penélope Cruz.
    Abstract: The lives of five people are intertwined by romance, friendship and rivalry. Victor has fallen for a woman, Elena. Elena, wants nothing to do with Victor and she calls the cops when he shows up at her apartment. The two cops that show up are David and Sancho. Sancho is a chronic, abusive drunk and believes his wife, Clara may be having an affair with his partner, David.

  34. Carreteras secundarias, Sogetel (Firm) et al., 1 videocassette (108 min.), Madrid, 1997.
    Call Number: PQ6663.A748395 C37 1998g
    Notes: Performer Note: Cast: Antonio Resines, Fernando Ramallo, Maribel Verdú, Miriam Díaz Aroca.
    Abstract: Father and son share picaresque adventures in several regions of Spain. The relationship evolves through their trials and tribulations.

  35. Cecilia, Daisy Granados et al., 3 videocassettes (290 min.), Cuba?
    Notes: Performer Note: Daisy Granados, Imanol Arías, Raquel Revuelta, Gerardo Riverón.
    Abstract: A beautiful and mysterious mulatto woman moves between Black and White worlds in an age when slavery is still practiced and the rights of negros is an issue of debate.

  36. Cervantes Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra, Alfonso Ungria et al., 3 videocassettes (460 min.), Madrid, 198.
    Notes: Performer Note: Julian Mateos, Carmen Maura, Carlos Lucena, Francisco Rabal
    Contents: tape 1. Capitulos I-III -- tape 2. Capitulos IV-VI -- tape 3. Capitulos VII-IX
    Added Title: Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra.
    Abstract: Friends and enemies of Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra share their memories of episodes in the life of the author.

  37. Cet obscur objet du désir Ese oscuro objeto del deseo, Luis Buñuel et al., 1 videocassette (ca. 103 min.), Spain, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Fernando Rey, Angela Molina, Carole Bouquet.
    Abstract: A middle-aged Spaniard ardently pursues an elusive young woman through Paris and Seville, against a background of unexplained acts of street violence. The young woman is played by two similar-looking actresses: one plays her innocent side, and the other plays the worldly side.

  38. Cet obscur objet du désir That obscure object of desire, Luis Buñuel et al., 1 videocassette (100 min.), Los Angeles, Calif, 1986.
    Notes: Performer Note: Fernando Rey, Carol Bouquet, Angelina Molina, Andre Weber, Julien Bertheaw
    Added Title: That obscure object of desire.
    Abstract: A gentleman in his fifties falls desperately in love with a woman half his age.

  39. Le Charme discret de la bourgeoisie El discreto encanto de la burguesía, Luis Buñuel et al., 1 videocassette (ca. 106 min.), Spain, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Fernando Rey, Paul Frankeur, Delphine Seyrig, Bulle Ogier, Stephane Audran, Jean-Pierre Cassel, Julien Bertheau.
    Abstract: Every time a group of upper middle class friends sits down to dine, odd things happen, giving film director Luis Buñuel the opportunity to satirize such targets as diplomats, socialites, and even radical terrorists.

  40. Che que loco, Ramón Torrado et al., 1 videocassette, Montevideo, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: José Iglesias, Emma Penella, Fernando Fernández de Córdoba.

  41. A ciegas , Daniel Calparsoro et al., 1 videocassette (ca 85 min.), Spain, 1999.
    Notes: Performer Note: Najwa Nimri, Alfredo Villa, Ramón Barea; Araba Films ; guión, Daniel Calparsoro, con la colaboración de Nicolas Méndez ; producida por Juan Alexander ; dirigida por Daniel Calparsoro.
    Abstract: Marrubi, an ETA commando, loses control in her first terrorist attempt, and shoots her partner. Alienated from her associates and their motives, she tracks them down to get her son who they have taken away from her. All the while, she flees the police, and is held hostage to her obsessed rich boss.

  42. La Colmena, Mario Camus et al., 1 videocassette (111 min.), Barcelona, 1990.
    Notes: Performer Note: Victoria Abril, Francisco Algora, Rafael Alonso, Ana Belén, José Bodalo, Camilo José Cela.
    Abstract: Neorealist motion picture of everyday life of everyday people gathering at the coffee-house "La Delicia", in Madrid, winter of 1943.

  43. Cómo ser infeliz y disfrutarlo, Andrés Vicente Gómez et al., 1 videocassette (ca. 90 min.), Madrid, 1994?
    Notes: Performer Note: Carmen Maura, Alicia Agut, Asunción Balaguer, Pilar Bardem, Irene Bau, Francis Lorenzo, Ramón Madaula, Fernando Valverde, Antonio Resines.
    Abstract: Carmen comes home after a night out with her boyfriends and finds her husband so enraged that he drops dead of a heart attack. Newly widowed, Carmen misses her husband and her former life, yet is seen as available by her newspaper boss and co-workers. When her 20 year-old daughter becomes pregnant, Carmen's life gets even more complicated.

  44. Como ser mujer y no morir en el intento, Carmen Maura et al., 1 videocassette (100 min.), Madrid, 1992.
    Notes: Performer Note: Carmen Maura, Antonio Resines.
    Abstract: Carmen's life is complicated. At 42 she is married to her third husband, Antonio, and has two children from previous marriages. She tries to carry on her professional career, without neglecting her relationship with Antonio, the house, her friends, or the emotional needs of the children.

  45. Como un relamago, Miguel Hermoso et al., 1 videocassette (103 min.), Spain, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Santiago Rámos, Assumpta Serna, Eloy Azorín.
    Abstract: Sonia, who lives in Madrid with her 17-year-old son Pablo, is a successful lawyer and a radical feminist. She also has a secret: she has always refused to speak to Pablo about his father.

  46. Corazón de papel, Roberto Bodegas et al., 1 videocassette (106 min.), Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Antonio Ferrandis, Patxi Andión, Ana Obregón, Héctor Alterio.
    Abstract: Borja, a journalist of the old school, funs a news agency, Agepress, which is under threat of being closed down because it hasn't been successful enough. He works with three others, Tomás, Nico and Julia. One ordinary day, Tomás is witness to a robbery and photographs everything, not knowing that his actions will endanger his life and that of Agepress.

  47. Cosas que dejé en La Habana, Manuel Gutiérrez Aragón et al., 1 videocassette (106 min.), Madrid, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Jorge Perugorría, Violeta Rodríguez, Kiti Manver.
    Abstract: Three Cuban sisters arrive in Madrid searching for a better situation. There they find their aunt who emigrated a long time before and also a Cuban man who later tries to seduce and exploit them.

  48. Costa Brava : A Family Album, Marta Balletbò-Coll et al., 1 videocassette (92 min.), s.l., 1995.
    Notes: Performer Note: Marta Balletbò-Coll, Desi del Valle, Montserrat Gausachs.
    Abstract: Anna lives in Barcelona, where she works as a tour guide to pay the bills. Her dream is to perform her monologue, Love Thy Neighbor, on tour with Another State, a gay and lesbian theater company based in San Francisco. On one of her guided tours, she meets Monserrat, a Jewish seismic engineer who was born in Tel Aviv and educated in Boston and New York. From that point on, adventures and misadventures shape this tender love story.

  49. Cría The Secret of Anna, Carlos Saura et al., 1 videocassette (110 min.), United States?, 1985?
    Notes: Performer Note: Geraldine Chaplin, Ana Torrent, Conchi Perez, Maite Sanchez
    Added Titles: Secret of Ana ; Raise ravens.
    Abstract: "Drama about a sensitive girl's secret about her father's death."--External container.

  50. Cristobal colon de oficio ... descubridor, Mariano Ozores, 1 videocassette (VHS), Madrid, Spain, 1991.

  51. La Cruz del Sur, Patricio Guzmán et al., 3 videocassettes (55 min. each), Madrid, 1992.
    Notes: Added Title: Southern Cross.

  52. Danza Flamenca de Hoy Flamenco dance today, Rafael Fajardo et al., 1 videocassette (60 min.), Madrid, España, 1991.
    Notes: Performer Note: Cantaores: Rafael Fajardo, Pedro Montoya ; Cantaora: La Tobala ; Guitarristas: Pedro Sierra, Juan Machón ; Bailaoras: Beatriz Martin, Esther Ponce ; Bailaor: Adrián.
    Abstract: Demonstrations of modern flamenco dancing in Spain.

  53. Demonios en el jardin, Manuel Gutiérrez Aragón, Angela Molina, and Coleccionistas, S.A, 1 videocassette (ca. 60 min.), Madrid, 1984.
    Notes: Performer Note: Angela Molina, Ana Belen, Encarna Paso, Imanol Arias.
    Abstract: A view of everyday life and childhood in a small provincial Spanish city.

  54. Deprisa, deprisa, Carlos Saura, Jose Antonio Valdelomar, and Coleccionistas, S.A, 1 videocassette (ca. 60 min.), Madrid, 1981.
    Notes: Performer Note: Jose Antonio Valdelomar, Jose Ma Hervas, Jesus Arias, Berta Socuellamos.
    Abstract: Action drama which focuses on the lives of troubled youth who want money and love in a hurry.

  55. Días contados, Imanol Uribe et al., 1 videocassette (95 min.), Madrid, 1995.
    Notes: Performer Note: Carmelo Gómez, Ruth Gabriel, Candela Peña, Karra Elejalde, Elvira Mínguez, Javier Bardem.
    Abstract: Antonio, a member of an ETA terrorist cell that is hatching a plot against Madrid, challenges his priorities when he falls in love with Charo, a beautiful drug addict 12 years younger than he.

  56. Divinas palabras, Ramón del Valle-Inclán et al., 1 videocassette (106 min.), Madrid, 1987.
    Notes: Performer Note: Ana Belén, Francisco Rabal, Imanol Arias, Esperanza Roy, Aurora Batista, Juan Echanove.
    Abstract: In 1920, in the village of San Clemente, in Galicia, a cruel and shameless story unfolds with the exploitation of a hydrocephalic put on display in fair after fair by the wife of the sacristan, the ecclesiastical authority in the village.

  57. Doña Francisquita, Ladislaus Vajda et al., 1 videocassette (90 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Mirtha Legrand, Armando Calvo, Antonio Casal.
    Abstract: The Lambertini studio is mounting a performance of the zarzuela "Doña Francisquito" for a benefit function. It appears that Fernando will be the male half of the love duet in the musical work. The excellent singing and enthusiasm of Lambertini make real the love that the dreamy Francisquita feels for Fernando. Unfortunately, he is in love with Aurora.

  58. El amante bilingüe, Vicente Aranda et al., 1 videocassette (099 min.), Madrid, Roma, 1992.
    Notes: Performer Note: Imanol Arias, Ornella Muti (her voice dubbed by Victoría Peña), Loles León, Javier Bardem, Joan Lluis Bozzo.
    Abstract: A rich girl marries below her status because of sexual attraction. After five years, she finds outside marriage the satisfaction she wants. She divorces her husband and he becomes a beggar. In a riot incident he is hit by a bomb and his face remains disfigured. With the help of a mask he is able to sexually attract his ex-wife again as a completely new person.

  59. El amor perjudica seriamente la salud, César Benítez et al., 1 videocassette (116 min.), Madrid, 1997?
    Notes: Performer Note: Ana Belén, Juanjo Puigcorbé, Gabino Diego, Penélope Cruz.
    Abstract: This romantic comedy charts the course of a long-time on-again-off-again love affair between Diana Balaguer and Santi Garcia.

  60. El año de las luces, Fernando Trueba et al., 1 videocassette (115 min.), Barcelona, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Jorge Sanz, Maribel Verdu, Manuel Aleixandre, Rafaela Aparicio, José Sazatornil, Santiago Ramos, Chus Lampreave, Violeta Cela y Verónica Forqué.
    Abstract: April, 1940. Manolo, 16 years old, and Jesus, who is just 8, are taken by their older brother Pepe, a lieutenant in the Army, to a sanatorium for children suffering from tuberculosis, situated on the border with Portugal. Once in the sanatorium, Manolo, surrounded by boys all much younger than he is, feels a bit like the cock of the walk since the only other man around is the handyman Emilio who looks after the gardens and does whatever needs to be done about the place. His wife, Rafaela, is the cook. Manolo meets Irene, a falangist who runs the sanatorium, and the school teacher, Miss Transito, a crabby spinster. He has his first sexual experience, albeit as a voyeur, with his nurse Vicenta. When she has to leave, her place is taken by a girl from the village, Maria Jesus, with whom Manolo falls hopelessly in love. A relationship grows up between them which will mark them both for ever.

  61. El asesino de Pedralbas, Gonzalo Herralde et al., 1 videocassette (1 hr. 25 min.), Barcelona, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Interviewers: Gonzalo Herralde, Juano Merlo, José Martí Gómez.
    Abstract: A film portrait of José Luis Cerveto who was convicted of murder in 1974, including a series of interviews.

  62. El Bosque animado, Alfredo Landa et al., 1 videocassette (109 min.), Madrid, 1990.
    Notes: Performer Note: Alfredo Landa, Encarna Paso, Fernando Rey, Fernando Valverde, Alejandra Grepi, Miguel Rellan, Alicia Hermida, Amparo Baro.
    Abstract: A bandit, a well digger, a working girl, a boy who doesn't want to work, a girl who is emigrating, a ghost who is looking for company ... and a matriarch who exploits the working children are all intertwined in this story.

  63. El caserío, Juan de Orduna et al., 1 videocassette (90 min.), Madrid, 1988.
    Notes: Performer Note: Mari Frances, José Moreno, Armando Calvo.
    Abstract: Film version of a play about Basque life in which a sensual and amorous drama develops during a family gathering at a country house. Popular songs, typical Basque dances and instruments, together with characteristic Basque speech, are all artfully utilized in this tale of life in a Basque village.

  64. El color de las nubes, Mario Camus et al., 1 videocassette (111 min.), Madrid, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Julia Gutíerrez Caba, Antonio Valero, Ana Duato, José María Domenech.
    Abstract: In an old big rambling house of a coastal town of Cantabria lives and conflicts come together, loves and hatreds. A rich man, who has inherited the house from his father, wants to throw out the woman who inhabits it, an old lover of the deceased man. A Bosnian fishing friend and his niece try to help her. They inadverdantly come across a cache of cocaine. Things heat up even further with the addition of Madrilenian boyanother Bosnian, the well-intentioned lawyer contracted by the heir, an ex-policeman "narcotics detective," ... and a dead man.

  65. El Crack, José Luis Garci et al., 1 videocasette (120 min.), Madrid, 198-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Alfredo Landa, María Casanova, Manuel Tejada, José Bódaldo.
    Abstract: Germán, a detective, receives a very special assignment: to find the daughter of a León landowner who mysteriously disappeared three years ago. His inquiry comes at the price of the life of an innocent, Maite, the daughter of Germán's more or less platonic lover. Germán is faced with the need for vengeance.

  66. El crimen de Cuenca, Pilar Miró et al., 1 videocassette (ca. 90 min.), Spain, Suero de Quiñones, 1982.
    Notes: Performer Note: Amparo Soler Leal, Hector Alterio, Daniel Dicenta, Jose Manuel Cervino.
    Abstract: The story of two friends wrongly imprisoned for a crime they did not commit and what happens to them.

  67. El dedo en la llaga, Alberto Lecchi et al., 1 videocassette (110 min.), IArgentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Dario Graninetti, Juanjo Puigcorbé, Karra Elejalde.
    Abstract: Angel and Eduardo are two good friends that travel around together acting. As they head to another destination their car breaks down and they are forced to stay in a small pueblo for awhile. While there, Eduardo runs into an old friend, now a professor in the town, and together the three of them try to open the town's theater up again. However, the police do not approve and try multiple times to break up the acting group.

  68. El derecho de nacer, Tito Davison et al., 1 videocassette (ca. 93 min.), Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Aurora Bautista, Julio Aleman, Maricruz Olivier.
    Abstract: A young woman in Cuba in the early part of the 20th century gives birth to an illegitimate son. The child is taken away to be raised by the family's maid. Years later, he has grown into a handsome young man and she has become a nun, having been shunned by her family. When her father is on his deathbed, she comes to to him in an attempt to reconcile.

  69. El día de la bestia, Andrés Vicente Gómez et al., 1 videocassette (ca. 100 min.), Madrid, 1995.
    Notes: Performer Note: Alex Angulo, Armando de Razza, Santiago Segura.
    Abstract: The priest Angel Berriatua, professor of Theology at the university of Deusto, has spent the last twenty five years of his life studying the Apocalypse according to Saint John, deciphering the message which lies hidden behind the sacred text. At last, he has reached a conclusion: the Antichrist will be born in Madrid on the 25th of December 1995, before daybreak. The problem is that the priest does not know the exact place where the birth will take place. In order to enter into contact with evil, he arms himself to the teeth and sets off to the Spanish capital. There he attempts to earn brownie points with the Master of Darkness, robbing a blind man of his begging bowl, pushing a mime artist down a metro shaft and blessing a dying man with the hope that he goes to hell. Just not bad enough. As his stubble and frustration grows, Father Angel stumbles into a heavy metal music store run by death metal freak José Maria and establishes a base at the dismal pension presided over by José Maria's termagent mother.

  70. El Diputado Confessions of a congressman, Carlos Orengo et al., 1 videocassette (110 min.), Hollywood, CA, 1983.
    Notes: Performer Note: Jose Sacristan, Angel Pardo, Jose Alonso, Juan Antonio Bardem
    Added Titles : Confessions of a congressman ; Deputy.
    Abstract: "The story of a [gay] member of Spain's Socialist Party .... Robert Orbea ... is married and does love his wife and does have a moral sense rare in politics. ... He falls in love with a young hustler who is in the employ of political rivals.... Orbea is set up for blackmail and/or public discreditation."--External container.

  71. El Disputado voto del Sr. Cayo, Miguel Delibes et al., 1 videocassette (98 min.), Madrid, 1986?
    Notes: Performer Note: Francisco Rabal, Juan Luis Galiardo, Iñaki Miramón, Lydia Bosch
    Added Title: El Disputado voto del Señor Cayo.
    Abstract: A group of young politicians come to Cureña, a town in northern Castile, to campaign for votes. There they meet two neighbors who hate each other and never speak. One of these is Cayo, a soft-spoken older man full of ancestral wisdom. The encounter between the world of the young city politicians and that of Sr. Cayo is the necessary counterpoint to contrast two cultures ignorant of each other.

  72. El Dorado, Carlos Saura et al., 1 videocassette (118 min.), Madrid, 1989.
    Notes: Performer Note: Omero Antonutti, Eusebio Poncela, Gabriela Roel, Lambert Wilson.
    Abstract: Film about the explorer, Lope de Aguirre and his search for the mythical El Dorado.

  73. El Espiritu de la Colmena, Víctor Erice et al., 1 videocassette (120 min.), Madrid, 1984.
    Notes: Performer Note: Fernando Fernan Gomez, Teresa Gimpera, Ana Torrent, Isabel Telleria.
    Abstract: The year is 1940, the weekly movie comes to an isolated Spanish village. The video presents the reactions of two little girls to "El Doctor Frankenstein".

  74. El Lute camina o revienta, Imanol Arias et al., 1 videocassette (120 min.), Madrid, 1988.
    Notes: Performer Note: Imanol Arias, Victoria Abril, Antonio Valero, Carlos Tristancho.
    Abstract: Based on the true story of a gypsy forced into a life of crime. His circumstances make him him the hero of this film.

  75. El Lute II mañana sere libre, Imanol Arias et al., 1 videocassette (129 min.), Madrid, 1988.
    Notes: Performer Note: Imanol Arias, Jorge Sanz, Pastora Vega, Angel Pardo.
    Abstract: Based on the true story of a gypsy, imprisoned for his crimes. Presents his life in prison and after. He educates himself and becomes a lawyer.

  76. El macho, Marcello Andrei et al., 1 videocassette (90 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Carlos Monzón, Malisa Longo, Susana Giménez.
    Abstract: A shipment of gold destined for the Bank of Abilene is robbed by bandits. When the Sheriff arrives, he notices that one of the dead bandits looks like the Kid, an adventurer whom the Sheriff has met recently. The Sheriff persuades the Kid to infiltrate the bandit. The Kid discovers that the gold is a fake and the whole thing is an insurance swindle cooked up by Banker Ross, in collaboration with the Sheriff and a mysterious figure called Soledad.

  77. El mar y el tiempo, Fernando Fernán Gómez et al., 1 videocassette (100 min.), Madrid, 1990.
    Notes: Performer Note: Rafael Aparício, José Soriano, Fernádo Fernan-Gómez.
    Abstract: Madrid, 1968. The film tells the story of a small family--amother who has given up on life, a son, Eusobio, maitre-d' at a slightly pretenious restaurant, and his two daughters, ona a progressive-pragmatist, and the other, a teremendous idealist. They were the losers in the Civil War. Eusobio waits for a brotherwho was a political prisoner in Argentina. When hereturns, he encounters the new ideas which have forged the current era in Spain.

  78. El Muerto = The Dead man, Fernando Ayala et al., 1 videocassette (103 min.), United States, Fresno, CA, 1987?
    Notes: Performer Note: Francisco Rabal, Thelma Biral, Juan Jose Camero
    Added Title: Dead man.
    Abstract: "Traces the life of Benjamin Otálora. In nineteenth century South America, Otálora must flee Buenos Aires for killing a man. On his arrival in Montevideo, he meets the leader of a smuggling ring who takes him under his wings. As the aging gang leader takes sick however, Otálora covertly attempts to claim power within the ring."--External container.

  79. El negro que tenía el alma blanca, Hugo del Carril et al., 1 videocassette (87 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Hugo del Carril, María Rosa Salgado, Antonio Casal.

  80. El Pájaro de la felicidad, Pilar Miró et al., 1 videocassette (122 min.), Madrid, 1994.
    Notes: Performer Note: Mercedes Sampietro, Aitana Sánchez-Gijón, José Sacristán.
    Abstract: Carmen is a strong and beautiful woman approaching fifty. At a dinner at her son's house, Carmen's son reproaches her for the way she has leds her life. When she leaves the apartment, preparing to get into her car, Carmen is sexually assaulted by a group of hoodlums. Back at home, her significant other, Fernando, seems unable to help her make sense of what has happened. Humiliated and frightened, Carmen checks into a hotel to be alone, and writes a letter to Fernando, in which she explains that she must look back and search for her parents, her first husband, her past.

  81. El perro del hortelano, Pilar Miró et al., 1 videocassette (109 min.), Madrid?, 1997.
    Notes: Performer Note: Emma Suárez, Carmelo Gómez, Ana Duato, Fernando Conde, Miguel Rellán, Angel de Andrés, Juan Gea, Maite Blasco, Rafael Alonso.
    Abstract: A 17th-century Spanish noblewoman romances her low-born personal secretary, who is in love with her maid.

  82. El Quijote, Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra et al., 2 videocassettes (267 min.), Madrid, 1991.
    Notes: Performer Note: Fernando Rey, Alfredo Landa, Francisco Merino, José Luis Pellicena.
    Abstract: The adventures of the legendary 'hidalgo' Don Quixote as written by Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra.

  83. El Rey pasmado, Maria Barranco et al., 1 videocassette (105 min.), Madrid, 1992.
    Notes: Performer Note: Maria Barranco, Joaquim de Almeida, Laura del Sol.
    Abstract: It is the 17th century and the king of Spain is a young man, inexperienced in politics and love. Nevertheless, he soon discovers a world of new sensations in the arms of Marfisa, one of the most beautiful prostitutes of the court. The news runs from mouth to mouth, filtering through the walls of the palace.

  84. El último viaje de Robert Rylands, Gracia Querejeta et al., 1 videocassette (105 min.), Spain, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Ben Cross, Cathy Underwood, Kenneth Colley.
    Abstract: Robert Rylands, professor and archaeologist, of whom no one at Oxford University has heard anything since his unusual disappearance ten years earlier, returns suddenly on the eve of his seventieth birthday. On his arrival Rylands makes a voluntary statement to the local police, detailing the truth of his disappearance and the complex mystery at its core. His narrative becomes the thread which links the past and the present, and its effect is to reverberate dramatically through his circle of friends and former lovers. Through Ryland's memory we get to know the red-haired Jill, her daughter Sue, the Indian house keeper Ahria, the black student Abraham Jones and the Spaniard Juan Noguera, recently arrived to teach literature. Above all Rylands' reminiscences lead us to his former friend Alfred Cromer-Blake, and reveals the close bond and secret that binds the two men - until their last journey.

  85. El Viaje The voyage, Fernando E Solanes et al., 1 videocassette (ca. 133 min.), United Kingdom, 1997.
    Notes: Performer Note: Walter Quiroz, Soledad Alfaro, Ricardo Bartis.
    Abstract: In this companion piece to Solanas' films Tangos and Sur, 17 yr. old Martin sets out an odyssey through Latin America to find his father, last heard of working as an anthropologist in Brazil. He hopes his journey will serve as an important rite of passage to resolve his search for his identity. He sets out by bicycle, wending his way from Tierra del Fuego to Peru, the Andes highlands, and then on to the Amazon, finally reaching the Brazilian gold mine where his father now works as a prospector. Along the epic journey, Martin experiences Latin American reality and myth, and witness the absurdities and contradictions which the director, Fernando Solanas, believes represent modern-day Argentina.

  86. Entre rojas, Azcuna Rodríguez et al., 1 videocassette (93 min.), Spain, 1995.
    Notes: Performer Note: Penélope Cruz, Cristina Marcos, Ma ria Pujalte, Miriam de Maeztu, Ana Torrent, Gloria Muñoz, Pilar Bardem.
    Abstract: Madrid, 1974, in the ancient women's jail of Yeserias. Lucia, an upper-class young woman, is condemned to spend ten years in jail due to her relationship with a militant protester against Franco's dictatorship. While being in prison she lives with every kind of woman intelectuals, killers, illiterates, et al. All of them must share food, living space, joys and pities; joined by the same fate, lack of freedom, they will have to fight together against desperation. Lucia is willing to live, to learn form that world the fate has given to her where, contrary to what she imagines, tenderness and laughter exist. And also the complicity and solidarity of women living an experience which will mark them forever.

  87. Esquilache, José Sámano et al., 1 videocassette (102 min.), Madrid, 1990.
    Notes: Performer Note: Fernando Fernán Gómez, José L. López-Vázquez, Angelina Molina, Angel de Andrés, Concha Velasco, Adolfo Marsillach, Amparo Rivelles, Alberto Closas, Fernando Valverde.
    Abstract: In 18th century Madrid the people rise against the monarchy. The destiny of the crown and the Marqués de Esquilache Ilega depend upon the next few hours.

  88. Estado de sitio = State of siege, Costa Gavras et al., 1 videocassette (120 min.), Madrid, 198.
    Notes: Performer Note: Yves Montand, Renato Salvatori, O.E. Hasse, Jacques Weber, Jean-Luc Bideau
    Added Title: State of siege.
    Abstract: A political thriller based on fact, about the kidnapping and murder of an American "adviser" in Uruguay that is used as a pretext for clamping down on civil liberties.

  89. Familia, Fernando Leon et al., 1 videocassette (95 min.), Spain, 1996.
    Notes: Performer Note: Juan Luis Galiardo, Amparo Muñoz, Agata Lys, Chete Lera, Elena Anaya, Raquel Radrigo.
    Abstract: A comic treatment on the Spanish family in which Santiago (the father) is greeted on his birthday by a present from his son which he does not appreciate. He laments, as does his family, "Who has not wished for the perfect family?".

  90. Fiesta gitana--por tangos y bulerías, Pilar Pérez de Guzmán et al., 1 videocassette (32 min.), Madrid, Spain, 1994.
    Notes: Event Note: Recorded onstage at the Teatro Salón "Cervantes," Alcalá de Henares, Madrid, Spain
    Performer Note: Dancers: Joseico "El Torombo," Rosa Manzano, Angelita Vargas, and Antonia Vargas [child dancer]
    Performer Note: Singers: Morenito de Illora, Rafael Fajardo, and Eva Durán ; guitarists: Eugenio Iglesias, José Cortés, and José Carbonel "Montollita" ; percussionist: José Jimenez.
    Abstract: Flamenco dance performance.

  91. La flor de mi secreto, Pedro Almodóvar et al., 1 videocassette (ca. 103 min.), Madrid, 1996.
    Notes: Performer Note: Marisa Paredes, Juan Echanove, Carmen Elias, Rossy De Palma, Chus Lampreave, Joaquin Cortes, Manuela Vargas.
    Abstract: Leo writes romance novels--but with a loveless marriage, she finds herself fresh out of inspiration. Angel is a tough and gruff journalist with an iron will and a heart of gold. When their paths happen to cross, they discover something neither had expected--a real-life love affair!

  92. For a few dollars more, Sergio Leone et al., 1 videocassette (130 min.), Culver City, Calif, 1991.
    Notes: Performer Note: Clint Eastwood, Lee Van Cleef, Gian Maria Volonte.
    Abstract: Two bounty hunters in the Southwest join forces to try and collect the $10,000 reward money for the head of a sadistic outlaw known as Indio.

  93. Fortunata y Jacinta, Mario Camús et al., 4 videocassettes (590 min.), Madrid?, 1980.
    Notes: Performer Note: Ana Belen, Maribel Martin, Mario Pardo, Francois Eric Gendron.
    Abstract: The film depicts the unfailing love of two women for the same man, one of whom is his wife and the other his mistress.

  94. Gary Cooper, que estás en los cielos, Pilar Miró et al., 1 videocassette (ca. 102 min.), Madrid, Spain.
    Notes: Performer Note: Mercedes Sampietro, Jon Finch, Carmen Maura.
    Abstract: A woman nearing her forties, Andrea Soriana, has always pushed aside personal questions and romantic relationships in pursuit of professional success. Now a major illness forces her to reconsider her life--work, family, friendships, men--causing a psychological and emotional crisis pushes her toward a drastic decision.

  95. Geisha, Eduardo Raspo et al., 1 videocassette (ca. 92 min.), San Luis, Argentina, 1996?
    Notes: Performer Note: Manuel Bandera, Jorge Marrale, Ana Álvarez.
    Abstract: After a long commitment in a psychiatric clinic, because of the suicide of his wife Ángela, Lorenzo meets Julio, his friend and partner. At night he dines at the house of Mónica and Héctor, two old friends from the time when his wife was still with him, Mónica accidentally finds a letter which Ángela had sent shortly before her suicide. In her will, Ángela makes plans for the future. Mónica decides to show the letter to Lorenzo and to visit the policeman who handled the now dubious suicide case, and who confirms the events to her. Nevertheless, after some probing, Mónica finds new trails which lead her to discover the truth.

  96. Guantanamera, Jorge Perugorría et al., 1 videocassette (104 min.), Madrid, 1995.
    Notes: Performer Note: Jorge Perugorría, Mirtha Ibarra, Carlos Cruz.
    Abstract: A satire about life in Cuba. The members of a funeral procession and some truckdrivers who have to take the same route begin to talk about God and the world ending up in discovering that life for both groups has many similarities as well as a lot of differences depending on the point of view.

  97. Guarapo, Teodoro Rios et al., 1 videocassette (103 min.), Madrid, 1988.
    Notes: Performer Note: Juan Luis Gallardo, Luis Suarez, Patricia Adriani.
    Abstract: Gomera, Canary Islands, 1936. Benito, aka "Guarapo," peasant without land, like many others, longs to emigrate to America, but legal limits to immigration prevent him. He must find a clandestine way to go. Not only does he have the legal barriers, but he is also in love with Amparo, who works for Don Luis Ventura, wealthy landowner. Persecuted by the Guardia Civil, he must find a way to escape.

  98. La guerra de Dios, Rafael Gil et al., 1 videocassette (90 min.), Spain?, 1987.
    Notes: Performer Note: Claude Laydu, Francisco Rabal, Marco Davo.
    Abstract: A young priest, recently graduated from the seminary and profoundly interested in social problems, is sent to a small parish in strife. Relations between the local mine owner and the town's miners improve with the priest's help, when a disaster in the mines entombs the priest, the mine owner and two young boys.

  99. High heels, Victoria Abril et al., 1 videocassette (113 min.), United States, Hollywood, Calif, 1992.
    Notes: Performer Note: Victoria Abril, Marisa Paredes, Miguel Bosé.
    Abstract: The husband of a TV anchorwoman, ex-lover of her long-estranged singer-actress mother, is mysteriously killed, and both mother and daughter come under suspicion in a frenzied investigation filled with romantic mix-ups and mistaken identities.

  100. Historias del Kronen, Alta Films et al., 1 videocassette (95 min.), Spain, 1995.
    Notes: Performer Note: Juan Diego Botto, Jordi Mollá, Nuria Prims, Aitor Merino, Armando del Río.
    Abstract: Carlos has just turned twenty. Every night he goes to the Kronen, a bar where he meets up with his friends. Carlos is on a summer holiday, and what he prefers is nightlife. Everything is possible, everything is allowed. One adventure leads to another as if the night would never end. For Carlos and his friends, there are no limits, no boundaries. Every situation is pushed to its extreme, nothing must get in the way. In transgression, they are looking for something different, that makes them feel alive. It is only once the tragedy is inevitable, that Carlos and his friends have to face a reality they are trying to ignore.

  101. Hola, estás sola?, Iciar Bollain et al., 1 videocassette (90 min.), Spain, 1996?
    Notes: Performer Note: Candela Peña, Silke, Alex Angula, Elena Irureta, Arcadi Levin.
    Abstract: Nina is a 20 year-old woman from Valladolid who lives with her divorced father, an authoritarian and conservative man. Trini is ofthe same age and has lost her mother. For Nina and Trini, Valladolid and their families have nothing to offer, so they go on an adventurous voyage to the Costa del Sol in the south of Spain.

  102. In memoriam, Emiliano Piedra et al., 1 videocassette (96 min.), Los Angeles, Calif, 1988.
    Notes: Performer Note: Geraldine Chaplin, José Luis Gomez, Eusebio Poncela.
    Abstract: A man returns home after years of living abroad. There he discovers that he has been inadvertently involved in a crime the night he left the country. He now must come to terms with his past.

  103. Insomnio, Chus Gutiérrez et al., 1 videocassette (106 min.), España, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Cristina Marcos, Candela Peña, Ernesto Alterio, María Pujalte, Gine García Millan.
    Abstract: The lives of three insomniacs are woven into a comic tale of love that hurts. Eva, Is a TV administrator with a new born baby, Alba, her upstairs neighbor who has just been dumped by her boyfriend, and Juan, Eva's real estate agent, who is on the precipice of marriage to a controlling woman. What they all have in common is their inability to sleep because of relationship problems.

  104. La isla de la pasión Clipperton, Emilio Fernández et al., 1 videocassette (125 min.), Harlingen, Tex, 1998.
    Notes: Performer Note: Pedro Armendáriz, Isabel Corona, David Silva, Carlos López, Miguel Inclán, Pituka de Foronda.
    Abstract: A story of the vicissitudes of a group of Mexicans abandoned on an island situated several thousand km. from their country. The French attempt to take over the island, but the Mexicans make a valient effort to defend themselves. Their obsessions are shaped by patriotism, unhappy relationships, rivalries between subordinates and superiors, and the forces of nature.

  105. Jamon Jamon, Bigas Luna et al., 1 videodisc (90 min.), Chatsworth, CA, 1994.
    Notes: Performer Note: Stefania Sandrelli, Anna Galiena, Juan Diego, Penelope Cruz.
    Abstract: A hilarious, sexy, and complex story of two young lovers--the pregnant Sylvia and her lover Jose Luis. When they announce their plan to wed, his mother hires the town's sexiest man to break up the marriage. Naturally, nothing goes as planned.

  106. Justino un asesino de la tercera edad, Saturnino García et al., 1 videocassette (94 min.), Barcelona, 199.
    Notes: Performer Note: Saturnino Garcia, Carlos Lucas, Carmen Segarra, Francisco Maestre, Concha Salinas, Carlos de Gabriel.
    Abstract: A retired bullfighter finds a new career in crime.

  107. Laberinto de pasiones = Labyrinth of passion, Pedro Almodóvar, Cinevista (Firm), and Image Entertainment (Firm), 1 videocassette (100 min.), New York, N.Y, 1990.
    Notes: Performer Note: Celia Roth, Imanol Arias, Antonio Banderas.
    Abstract: A camp melodrama/comedy about Sexilia (a nymphomaniac), Sadec (a gay Islamic terrorist), Riza Niro (the son of the emperor of Tiran), and Queti (the daughter of a dry-cleaner). When Riza Niro discovers that Sadec and his colleagues are after him, he disguises himself as a punk rocker, and falls in love with the stunning Sexilia, his first straight relationship. Meanwhile Queti, Sexilia's "biggest fan", helps Sexilia come to terms with her new life-style.

  108. Las autonosuyas, Rafael Gil et al., 1 videocassette (ca. 93 min.), Barcelona, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Alfredo Landa, María Casanova, Fernando Sancho.
    Abstract: Eternal Spain, Cradle of El Cid, Light of the Council of Trent, Hammer Against the Heretics, Guardian of the West and other worthy historical appelatives, now suddenly converts freely to democratic elections, in a chaotic Tower of Babel within each province, each city, each village, where everyone can decide for themselves... Paquito can no longer keep the order in his town and warns the people of a new band of villians who will seize control if they can and who are known by the terrible name of...The Nationalists!

  109. Las Bicicletas son para el verano, Jaime Chávarri and Fernando Fernán Gómez, 1 videocassette (ca. 103 min.), Madrid, 1984.
    Notes: Performer Note: Amparo Soler Leal, Agustin Gonzalez, Victoria Abril.
    Abstract: A family chronicle set in Madrid during the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939), based on the novel by Fernando Fernan Gomez. Presents, Madrid 1936, and the day-to-day experiences of a lower middle class family in Madrid during the Civil War.

  110. Las cosas del querer, Jaime Chávarri et al., 1 videocassette (95 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Angela Molina, Angel de Andrés Lopéz, Manuel Bandera.
    Abstract: A drama set in 1940s Madrid. It follows the fortunes of three vaudeville performers: handsome Juan, who plays piano for his passionate girlfriend Pepita, and her onstage partner, flamboyant Mario. Like Pepita, Mario is in love with straight man Juan; rebuffed, he happily moves his attention to a string of lovers. After an affair with a young nobleman, whom Mario spurns, the nobleman's mother concocts a nasty revenge.

  111. Las tumbas, Javier Torre et al., 1 videocassette (90 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Norma Aleandro, Federico Luppi, Eduardo Saucedo.
    Abstract: A young deliquent boy ends up in a cruel and strict reform school which he ultimately escapes. However, while on the street, he steals a lady's purse and is caught again and sent to another prison like place. This one is religious (and yet just as strict) and here he befriends Maria, one of the ladies that help run the place and she helps him plan an escape. So one night, he tries to escape, and two other boys follow, only to find that it is not that easy.

  112. La ley de la frontera, Adolfo Aristarain et al., 1 videocassette (120 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Pere Ponce, Aitana Sánchez-Gijón, Achero Mañas, Federico Luppi.
    Abstract: Barbara, a journalist in the beginning of the 20th century, searches in the border between Portugal and Galicia a bandit called El Argentino. In her travel she meets two men that say that they belong to his gang. João and Xan were both born on the same day, one in Spain and the other in Portugal. As they get older, neither of them wanted to keep leading the type of life they had. Thus, they both planned an escape and unexpectedly ran into each other and quickly decided to travel together. Their adventures included a lot of robbing and stealing as they searched for what they wanted out of life.

  113. Libertarias, Andrés Vicente Gómez et al., 1 videocassette (125 min.), Madrid, 1995.
    Notes: Performer Note: Ana Belen, Victoria Abril, Ariadna Gil, Miguel Bose.
    Abstract: July 19th, 1936. The revolution has just started in a small town near Barcelona. Maria, a young innocent nun escaping from her convent, which is being ransacked by revolutionaries, finds refuge in a whorehouse. In the whorehouse some militia women - Libertarias - burst in with the mission of freeing the prostitutes. Befriended by the group, Maria will participate in the armed fight, and her the course of her life will change forever.

  114. La Linea del cielo Skyline, Fernando Colomo et al., 1 videocassette (84 min.), Carmel, CA, 1986?
    Notes: Performer Note: Antonio Resines
    Added Title: Skyline.
    Abstract: "Depicts the adventures and misadventures of a Spanish photographer who comes to Manhattan seeking fame and fortune ..."--External container.

  115. Lola, Bigas Luna et al., 1 videocassette (86 min.), Barcelona, 1993.
    Notes: Performer Note: Ángela Molina, Patrick Bauchau, Assumpta Serna.
    Abstract: Bigas Luna creates a catalog of obsessions. He presents two men, one from the north (representing civility, the intellect and rationality) and the other from the south (representing passion, the emotions and irrationality). These two worlds meet in their attraction to Lola and in their attraction lies the seeds of tragedy.

  116. Los amantes del circulo polar, Julio Medem, 1 videocassette, Spain, 1998.

  117. Los peores años de nuestra vida, Emilio Martínez Lázaro et al., 1 videocassette (97 min.), Madrid, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Gabino Diego, Ariadna Gil, Jorge Sanz.
    Abstract: Alberto lives with his parents and his brother Roberto, who is quite attractive, and who tells him there are lots of girls out there for him. Alberto is a romantic guy, and doesn't find a girl for his own. He falls in lover with María at first sight, although he doesn't know if she likes him. His brother tells him he will help, but things get difficult when Roberto also falls in love with her.

  118. Los santos inocentes, Alfredo Landa et al., 1 videocassette (105 min.), PAL, Madrid, 1984.
    Notes: Performer Note: Alfredo Landa, Francisco Rabal.
    Abstract: A rural Spanish family dreams of rising out of poverty and changing their life of subordination.

  119. Los Santos inocentes The Holy innocents, Julián Mateos et al., 1 videocassette (108 min.), Irvine, Calif, 1986?
    Notes: Performer Note: Alfredo Landa, Francisco Rabal, Terele Pávez, Belen Ballesteros, Jual Sachez
    Added Title: Holy innocents.
    Abstract: "Focuses on a family of peasants [in the mid-1960's ... in northern Spain] who must contend with the whims of the landowners."--External container.

  120. Los tarantos, Alfredo Mañas et al., 1 videocassette (84 min.), Barcelona, 1995?
    Notes: Performer Note: Carmen Amaya, Sara Lezana, Daniel Martín.
    Abstract: Based on classic tragedy of Romeo and Juliet, Los Tarantos tells the story of forbidden love in the Barcelona Gypsy barrio of Somorrostro. Juana and Rafael are in love, but their families, the Zorongos and the Tarantos, are sworn enemies.

  121. La madre muerta Araba Films ; un film de Juamma Bajo Ulloa ; escrita por Juamma y Eduardo Bajo Ulloa, Juamma Bajo Ulloa et al., 1 videocassette (115 min.), Madrid, 1995.
    Notes: Performer Note: Karra Elejalde, Ana Alvarez, Lio, Silvia Marso.
    Abstract: Ismael Lopez, a petty criminal, shoots and kills a painting restorer during a bungled burglary, and shoots her daughter as well. Twenty years later, and the daughter Leire has been left mute and with a mental age of a child, spending most of her time in a mental home. A chance meeting between Leire and Ismael, who now works in a bar, leads Ismael to think that she still might be able to recognise him, and turn him in to the police. With the help of his girlfriend Maite, he kidnaps Leire and chains her to the bed in his house. He is unable to kill her, however, and instead asks the mental home for a ransom for her return. While a prisoner, though, Leire and Ismael grow closer and closer through his attempts to make her laugh and their mutual love for chocolate.

  122. MadreGilda, Tornasol Films et al., 1 videocassette (108 min.), Madrid, 1994?
    Notes: Performer Note: José Sacristán, Juan Echanove, Barbara Auer, Kamel Chérif.
    Abstract: In post WWII Spain, in an old tavern in Madrid, every first Friday, Hauma organizes a secret card party for a disparate group of veterans of the campaigns in Africa gathers to play cards.

  123. Malena es un nombre de tango, Gerardo Herrero et al., 1 videocassette (109 min.), Spain, 1996?
    Notes: Performer Note: Ariadna Gil, Marta Belaustegui, Carlos López, Luis Fernando Alves, Isabel Otero, Marina Saura, Jesús Ruyman.
    Abstract: Post-Franco Spain -- Malena explores life and relationships in this ever-changing world. Malena's older sister, Reina, is impeccably well-behaved, and sets an example against which Malena rebels. As she stumbles from catastrophe to catastrophe, Malena becomes her family's poster-child for what not to do with one's life.

  124. Maravillas, Fernando Fernán Gómez et al., 1 videocassette (99 min.), Madrid, 1984?
    Notes: Performer Note: Fernando Fernan Gomez, Cristina Marcos.

  125. Marcelino pan y vino, Ladislaus Vajda et al., 1 videocassette (90 min.), Barcelona, 1987.
    Notes: Performer Note: Pablito Calvo, Rafael Rivelles, Antonio Vico, Juan Calvo, José Marco Davo, Fernando Rey, Isabel De Pomes.
    Abstract: Story of the miracle of a little boy, abandoned at a monastery, who is discovered to be talking with Jesus Christ.

  126. Marianela, Angelino Fons et al., 1 videocassette (106 min.), United States, Fresno, CA, 1987.
    Notes: Performer Note: Rocío Durcal, Pierre Orcel, Jose Suarez, Jacqueline Parent, Julieta Serrano.
    Abstract: "The story of a disfigured orphan whose only solace is to serve as guide to a young and handsome blind man... . When he recovers his eyesight, Marianela's fragile world is shattered."--External container.

  127. Martín (Hache), Adolfo Aristarain et al., 1 videocassette (135 min.), Argentina, 1997.
    Notes: Performer Note: Federico Luppi, Cecilia Roth, Eusebio Poncela.
    Abstract: Filmmaker Martín lives in Madrid but has a 19-year-old son, also named Martín, but know as Hache (or simply H.), and ex-wife who live in Buenos Aires. One night, his son accidentally has too much to drink and takes too many drugs and ends up in the hospital. Martín flies to Argentina and then decides to bring Hache home with him to Madrid. Hache soon gets introduced to his father's much younter girlfriend Alicia and good friend Dante, who is gay. The four of them have some intense conversations, share sorrows and hopes, and together Martín and his son attempt to build up their relationship.

  128. Más allá del jardín, Andrés Vicente Gómez et al., 1 videocassette (91 min.), Madrid, 1996.
    Notes: Performer Note: Concha Velasco, Fernando Guillén, Manuel Bandera, Andrea Occhipinti, Ingrid Rubio.
    Abstract: This romantic melodrama centers on the struggles of a Seville rancher's dissatisfied wife. Palmira's husband Willy has not slept with her in ages, her teenaged son is sexually confused, her sister a lesbian and her daugher is seeing a man on the sly. Matters worsen when Palmira finds out that her husband is having an affair, that her daughter is pregnant with a hemophiliac child and her son has died in a motorcycle accident. She learns of her son's homosexuality shortly after the funeral from his bisexual best friend, the one with whom Palmira had a brief affair. Overwhelmed, Palmira leaves the family to search for herself and for her long-lost first love.

  129. La memoria del agua, Héctor Faver et al., 1 videocassette (76 min.), Buenos Aires, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Boris Rotenstein.
    Abstract: The story of Joseph Fruferman, whose memories of his childhood in Russia and his adult life in France take up the last moments of his life. Images of his mother, late wife and daughter frame these poignant memories in a haunting black-and-white film in which the narrative is interspliced with documentary fragments. The film centers on the love that makes the impossible possible through its overwhelming power and survives physical death and separation just as water retains its memory even after its molecules separate.

  130. Mi hijo el "Che" un retrato de familia de don Ernesto Guevara, Fernando Birri et al., 1 videocassette (71 min.), Argentina, 1998.

  131. Mi mujer no es mi señora mi marido no funciona, Hugo Moser et al., 1 videocassette (90 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Alberto Olmedo, Nadiuska, Joe Rigoli.
    Abstract: Juan Carlos is the president of a modeling agency where he is very popular with many women. A cigarette company requests that he provide a model for their ads. Juan Carlos suddenly decides to have María, a pretty new model, do the job. However, first her mother must be convinced that her daughter will be all right. So with extra charm, Juan Carlos woos them both, marries María, and attempts to complete his business deal. However, Maria' s mother is unaware of the REAL Juan Carlos and so she tries to find out what her daughter has married.

  132. Mi querida senorita, Jaime de Armiñan, José Luis López Vázquez, and Royal Video (Firm), 1 videocassette (ca. 75 min), Madrid, 198.
    Abstract: Lopez Vázquez plays the double role of a man and a woman. Shows the life of an old maid who spends all her time doing charitable works and the love that leads to the discovery of herself as a man.

  133. Mi tio Jacinto, Ladislao Vajda et al., 1 videocassette (ca. 90 min.), Madrid, 1987.
    Notes: Performer Note: Pablito Calvo, Antonio Vico, José Isbert.
    Abstract: Jacinto, who was once a bullfighter and who now lives a miserable life with his little nephew, Pepote, receives a letter which invites him to participate in a bullfight which will take place shortly. The letter enfuriates Jacinto because he has been retired for many years.

  134. Mi último tango, Luis Cesar Amadori et al., 1 videocassette, Mexico, 1992.
    Notes: Performer Note: Sara Montiel, Maurice Ronet, Isabel Garcés.
    Abstract: A light and lively musical comedy in which Marta is forced by events to impersonate a famous Spanish singer in Argentina, eventually finding romance with her own impresario, and friendship with a new-born star who would later become "King of the Tango" in his country.

  135. The Mission La Mision, Roland Joffé et al., 1 videocassette (VHS) (115 min.), Madrid, 1989.
    Notes: Performer Note: Robert DeNiro, Jeremy Irons
    Added Title: La Mision.
    Abstract: A powerful epic about a man of the sword and a man of the cloth who unite to shield a South American Indian tribe from brutal subjugation by 18th century colonial empires. Esa asombrosa escena abre La Mision, una poderosa historia epica acerca de un hombre de espada y de un hombre de manto quienes se unen para escudar a una tribu de indios sudamericanos de la brutal subyugacion de los imperios coloniales del siglo 18.

  136. La Mitad del cielo Half of heaven, Luis Megino et al., 1 videocassette (127 min.), Beverly Hills, Calif, 1988.
    Notes: Performer Note: Angela Molina, Margarita Lozano, Antonio Valero, Nacho Martinez, Santiago Ramos, Francisco Merino, Monica Molina, Carolina Silva, Fernando Fernán Gómez
    Added Title: Half of heaven.
    Abstract: The story of the social rise of an ambitious peasant girl, her relationships with her mystical grandmother, her sisters, and her daughter.

  137. La Muerte de Mikel, Imanol Uribe et al., 1 videocassette (88 min.), Madrid, 1990.
    Notes: Performer Note: Imanol Arias, Monserrat Salvador, Fama, Amaia Lasa, Ramon Barea, Martin Adjemian, Juan Maria Segues.
    Abstract: A series of flashbacks gradually reveal the life of a young Basque pharmacist who was brutally killed for his involvement in the left-wing separatist movement.

  138. Muerte de un ciclista, Juan Antonio Bardem et al., 1 videocassette (84 min.), Madrid, 1988.
    Notes: Performer Note: Lucia Bose, Alberto Closas, Carlos Casaravilla.
    Abstract: An adulterous couple leave the scene of a fatal accident because they fear exposure. Once the danger is past, the woman settles down to her former life, but her lover is tormented by guilt. She decides he must be eliminated.

  139. Mujeres al borde de un ataque de "nervios" = Women on the verge of a nervous breakdown, Pedro Almodóvar et al., 1 videocassette (88 min.), New York, N.Y, 1989.
    Notes: Performer Note: Carmen Maura, Antonio Banderas, Julieta Serrano
    Added Title: Women on the verge of a nervous breakdown.
    Abstract: Comedy about a woman who has been jilted by the love of her life, her friend who is in love with a terrorist, and her ex-lover's crazed wife.

  140. Muy cerca de la muerte, Adolfo Aristarain, Eusebio Poncela, and Network (Firm), 1 videocassette, Uruguay, 198-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Eusebio Poncela.

  141. Nadie hablará de nosotras cuando hayamos muerto, Agustín Díaz Yanes et al., 1 videocassette (ca. 105 min.), Madrid, 1996.
    Notes: Performer Note: Victoria Abril, Federico Luppi, Pilar Bardem.
    Abstract: Gloria is the young, attractive wife of Juan, a bullfighter with a bright future until Juan is struck by a bull's horn, leaving him in a deep coma, he's nothing more than a living corpse. Gloria starts to drink and when debts accumulate, she leaves to Mexico, hoping to leave all misery behind her. Now an alcoholic, Gloria earns her drinking money as a prostitute. Accidentally, she gets involved in some dirty business between Mexican gangsters and "undercover" agents of the American Drug Enforcement Agency. As a result, she is deported back to Spain. She has to go back to Madrid where she'll be confronted with her past. The Mexican gangsters dispatch Eduardo, a professional killer without any compunction, to take care of her. In her fight to survive, Gloria has only one ally: Donna Julia, her mother-in-law. This extraordinary woman is still a loyal communist. The battle against Franco's regime was the most beautiful time of her life.

  142. Nosotros los pobres, Ismael Rodriguez Ruelas et al., 1 videocassette (118 min.), Madrid?, 1985.
    Notes: Performer Note: Pedro Infante, Carmen Montejo, Blanca Estela Pavon, Evita Muñoz "Chachita."
    Added Title: We, the poor people.
    Abstract: Portrays the life of the lower classes in Mexico who sing their problems and suffering in beautiful songs.

  143. Olé torero, Benito Perojo et al., 1 videocassette, Montevideo, Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Luis Sandrini, Paquita Rico, Manolo Morán.

  144. Opera prima, Fernando Trueba et al., 1 videocassette (ca. 95 min.), Madrid, 198.
    Notes: Performer Note: Oscar Ladoire, Paula Molina, Antonio Resines, Marisa Paredes.
    Abstract: Lighthearted romance between two young cousins in Paris.

  145. Padre Nuestro, Fernando Rey et al., 1 videocassette (91 min.), Santa Monica, CA, 1993.
    Notes: Performer Note: Fernando Rey, Victoria Abril, Francisco Rabal
    Added Title: Our father.
    Abstract: A satirical film about the church and aristocracy and a character study of people in a Castilian village. A dying cardinal returns to his home town to settle his affairs. He makes peace with his brother, an atheist and then solves the problem of how to will his vast estates, a dilemma since his immediate heir is his illegitimate daughter turned prostitute and known far and wide as "La Cardenala".

  146. Pajarico, Carlos Saura et al., 1 videocassette (95 min.), Madrid, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Paco Rabal, Alejandro Martinez, Dafne Fernandez.
    Abstract: "Pajarico" shows the transition from childhood to adolescence of Manu, a 10 year old boy, during his vacations with his grandfather and uncles far from his parents, who are in the process of divorcing. In a town of the province of Murcia, the boy begins to imagine his uncles and grandparents as the enchanted characters of fairy tales and forests. But with the passage of the days, Manu will discover the complexities the traumas and the joys of the adult life. And he will also discover his first love.

  147. Pasajes, Daniel Calparsoro et al., 1 videocassette (90 min.), Madrid, 1996.
    Notes: Performer Note: Najwa Nimri, Alfredo Villa, Ion Gabella, Charo López.
    Abstract: Gabi is a lesbian gang member and petty criminal. She is in love with Carmina, a heterosexual woman, and wants Carmina to join her in her crimes and in love. Gabi dreams that her lover will wear green high heels. She knows Carmina owns a pair.

  148. The Passenger, Carlo Ponti et al., 1 videocassette (119 min.), Burbank, CA, 1986?
    Notes: Performer Note: Jack Nicholson, Maria Schneider, Jenny Runacre, Ian Hendry.
    Abstract: TV reporter David Locke endures a world of ... grandstand politics of his public life and the empty monotony of his marriage. ... [He] escapes his quiet desperation by taking on the identity of a recently deceased man, assuming his wardrobe, passport, and appointment book ... and as he soon discovers, his profession as an international gun smuggler."--External container.

  149. Que he hecho yo para merecer esto? = What have I done to deserve this?, Pedro Almodóvar et al., 1 videocassette (100 min.), New York, NY, 1988.
    Notes: Performer Note: Carmen Maura, Luis Hostalot, Gonzalo Suarez, Veronica Forque
    Added Title: What have I done to deserve this?
    Abstract: Gloria, a very resourceful working class housewife, is a true feminist heroine who's on the go 18 hours a day, trying to keep her outrageously wacky family afloat.

  150. Que vivan los crotos, Ana Puliak et al., 1 videocassette (75 min.), Argentina, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Bepo Ghezzi, Filiberto Sati, Uda Conti.
    Abstract: José Américo "Bepo" Ghezzi, an unemplyed anarchist stonecutter, leaves town one day in 1930, not to return until 1955. For 25 years, he walks about with no other destination than that which is staked out by the railroad tracks, immersing himself in the silent world of the hobos. It is there that he meets the Frenchman, a teacher of life who leaves an indelible mark on him. In his home town, meantime, his friends and a woman await him, puttin together their own, different and sometimes opposed lives. Sixty years later, facing a camara, they relive their loves and visions of the world in a kind of cllage of glances and dreams in which the key element is the question everybondy poses: Is freedom possible?

  151. La Raulito en libertad, Lautaro Murúa et al., 1 videocassette (85 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Marilina Ross, Charo López, María Asquerino.
    Abstract: A young lady nicknamed La Raulito is flown from Buenos Aires, Argentina to Madrid to be the actress in an interview type film. She has an interesting story having been a psychiatric patient for many years. The film is to be her answering questions and thus describing her life. She is accompanied by two other ladies who do not really care about her. At first all goes well, but soon Raulito starts feeling pressured by her new career.

  152. Remando al viento, Gonzalo Suárez et al., 1 videocassette (96 min.), Barcelona, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Hugh Grant, Lizzy McInnerny.
    Abstract: A film about the English poets Mary Shelley and Lord Byron and their involvement with each other.

  153. La Revoltosa, José Diaz Morales et al., 1 videocassette (ca. 109 min.), Madrid, 1996.
    Notes: Performer Note: Carmen Sevilla, Tony Leblanc, Tomas Blanco, María de los Angeles Morales.
    Abstract: Mari Pepa, a pretty young laundress, lives with her brother and an aunt in the suburbs of Madrid. Felipe, a cabinetmaker, is in love with her, but she doesn't take him seriously. After Mari Pepa's brother is robbed, Felipe is accused. He protests, but Manolo, Mari Pepa's brother, doesn't believe him and she can't see Felipe any more.

  154. Rosa Rosae, Fernando Colomo, 1 videocassette (92 min.), Barcelona, 1994.
    Notes: Performer Note: Ana Belén, María Barranco, Juanjo Puigcorbe, Chris de Oni, Rosa Novell, Maria Luisa Ponte.
    Abstract: The story of two women, who met as girls, and who much later meet again after various traumatic experiences. Rosae shares her journal with Rosa, who turns it into a novel.

  155. Sandino, Miguel Littín et al., 1 videocassette (ca. 135 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Kris Kristofferson, Joachim de Almeida, Dean Stockwell.
    Abstract: A dramatized profile of the Nicaraguan guerilla leader, Augusto Calderón Sandino, who opposed U.S. intervention in support of the country's ruling clique under General Somoza. A contemporary American journalist interviews leading figures of the time.

  156. Se infiel y no mires con quien, Andrés Vicente Gómez et al., 1 videocassette (85 min.), Barcelona, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Ana Belén, Carmen Maura, Antonio Resines.
    Abstract: Paco and Fernando have succeeded in promoting a best seller for Adela Mora. Paco asks Fernando for his house to carry on an affair. Paco's wife asks Fernando's wife for her house to carry on her own affair. Fernando suspects that his wife is having an affair with Oscar and Oscar thinks Fernando is a homosexual who is having an affair with his partner.

  157. Secretos del corazón, Montxo Armendáriz et al., 1 videocassette (105 min.), Madrid, 1997.
    Notes: Performer Note: Carmelo Gómez, Charo López, Silvia Munt, Victoria Peña, Andoni Erburu, Alvaro Nagore, Iñigo Garcés.
    Abstract: Over the course of a summer vacation, a young boy searches for the answers to a number of puzzling family mysteries. Javi and his friend Carlos visit an old house on the outskirts of a small Spanish village. According to his brother Juan, this is a haunted house and one can hear the voices of the dead.

  158. Sevillanas, Carlos Saura et al., 1 videocassette (55 min.), Los Angeles, CA, 1995.
    Notes: Performer Note: Paco de Lucia, Lola Flores, Rocio Jurado.
    Abstract: Filmed like a documentary, "Sevillanas" consists of eleven short performances by Spain's most famous flamenco dancers, singers and guitarists. Director Carlos Suara here provides an in-depth look at the Sevillanas form of flamenco and its dancers, who range in age from about 8 to nearly 80.

  159. Le Siècle des lumières Explosion in a cathedral, Alba De Céspedes et al., 3 videocassettes (247 min.), Cuba?, 1994?
    Notes: Performer Note: Francois Dunoyer, Jacqueline Arenal, Rustam Urazaev, Frederic Pierrot
    Added Titles: Siglo de las luces ; Explosion in a cathedral.
    Abstract: In 18th century Cuba, a young brother and sister and their cousin meet a dynamic freemason, a man of ideas and action, and become swept up in the events of the French Revolution.

  160. Socrate, Roberto Rossellini et al., 1 videocassette (120 mins.), S.l, 1970.
    Notes: Performer Note: Jean Sylvère, Anna Caprile, Ricardo Palacios, Bepy Mannaiuolo.
    Abstract: A documentary recreating 5th century B.C. Athens, and the political forces which called for the trial and death of Socrates.

  161. Sonatas, o, Adventuras del Marqués de Bradomín, Juan Antonio Bardem et al., 1 videocassette (86 min.), S.l., Madrid, 1991.
    Notes: Performer Note: Aurora Bautista, Francisco Rabal, María Félix
    Added Title: Adventuras del Marqués de Bradomín.
    Abstract: Marquis Bradomin, involved in an affair with a sick woman, flees to Mexico with his lover to escape a political conspiracy.

  162. Sueño del mono loco, Fernando Trueba et al., 1 videocassette (109 min.), S.l., Madrid, 1990.
    Notes: Performer Note: Jeff Goldblum, Miranda Richardson, Daniel Ceccaldi, Dexter Fletcher.
    Abstract: An American scriptwriter, residing in Paris, is asked to write a film script for a young and unknown motion picture director. The writer's life undergoes a change after he penetrates the incestuous world of the director and his beautiful sister.

  163. The Summer of Miss Forbes, Hanna Schygulla et al., 1 videocassette ( 87 min.), New York, NY, 1991.
    Notes: Performer Note: Hanna Schygulla, Alexis Castanares, and others.
    Abstract: Explores the excitement of repressed desire. Miss Forbes is a go verness hired to look after two boys whose parents have taken a six-week vacation. By day, she runs the household with oppressive discipline, prompting the boys to fantasize about her brutal murder. By night, she parades around the house naked, drunk on tequila. The boys spy on her nighttime binges and her attempted seduction of their scuba teacher. But ever their plans for her death are not as grim as her ultimate fate.

  164. Sur la terre comme au ciel Between heaven and earth, Marion Hänsel et al., 1 videocassette (80 min.), S.l., 1994.
    Notes: Performer Note: Carmen Maura, Jean-Pierre Cassel, Didier Bezace, Samuel Mussen, André Delvaux.
    Abstract: A single career woman, a television journalist, finds herself pregnant, and enjoys a normal pregnancy until she covers a violent political demonstration. Then her baby begins talking to her, saying that unborn children don't want to enter a world full of trouble. When she discovers that many pregnancies are overdue and induced labors result in still born births, she decides to try to convince her child to give the world a chance.

  165. Surcos, Natividad Zavo et al.Montevideo, Uruguay, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Luis Peña, Maruja Asquerino, Francisco Arenzana.
    Abstract: The tragedy of people who move from the country, lose touch with the land and succumb to the dangers and seductions of the city.

  166. Sus ojos se cerraron y el mundo sigue andando, Jaime Chávarri et al., 1 videocassette (97 min.), Madid?, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Darío Grandinetti, Aitana Sánchez-Gi jon, Juan Echanove, Ulises Dumont, Raúl Brambilla, Carlos Carella, Ramón Rivero, Pepe Soriano.
    Abstract: Set in Buenos Aires, 1933. The life of Renzo Franchi, an obscure tango singer, is at a point of permanent change because of Juanita, a beautiful young Spanish woman. Upon meeting Renzo, Juanita notices his great physical resemblence to Carlos Gardel, whom she secretly admires. Dazzled by the similiarity of both people, she pushes Renzo to transform himself into a perfect imitator of the "Zorzal Crillo" (native fox) in both image and musical style. When a representative of Gardel notices the simularity between Renzo and his client, he contracts him to join the group. Soon Renzo feels he is loosing his identity. His relationship with Juanita and the musicians deteriorates until he finds himself alone and penniless in Columbia. There his path crosses with Rinaldo Costra and Alfredo Le Pera, from whom he receives a proposition with unpredictable consequences.

  167. Suspiros de España (y Portugal), José Luis García Sánchez et al., 1 videocassette (ca. 90 min.), Spain, 1996.
    Notes: Performer Note: Juan Echanove, Juan Luis Galiardo, Rosa María Sárda.
    Abstract: After the death of the abbot of a small monestary, the two monks who are left discover among the the late abbot's papers letters from the mother of one of them indicating that he is the natural son of a landowner in Extremadura. In order to claim his legacy, the monk must travel to Extremadura; fortunately, the other lived outside of the monestary for some time. Together they plan the voyage to the property of the heir's father, picking up on their way his friend's daughter and lover. Once in Extremadura, things don't go exactly according to plans.

  168. Tatiana la mu unica rusa, Santiago San Miguel et al., 1 videocassette (95 min.), Montevideo, Uruguay, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Karra Elejalde, Ornella Muti, Laura del Sol, Héctor Alterio.
    Abstract: This is the story of a young Russian woman and a expert capitalist. One day, they meet, fall in love, and soon they become tangled in a careful plot to gain influence in a wealthy, but corrupt company. After a time, their passion feels unsatisfying and infidelity creeps into their relationship.

  169. Tengo una casa, Mónica Laguna et al., 1 videocassette (90 min.), Madrid, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Nacho Novo, Pedro Alonso, Silke.
    Abstract: Three young men fleeing the world meet by coincidence in a cabin in the woods.

  170. La Teranyina = The cobweb, Jaume Cabré et al., 1 videocassette (123 min.). Barcelona, Spain.
    Notes: Performer Note: Fernando Guillén, Sergi Mateu, Ramon Madaula, Amparo Soler Leal
    Added Title: The cobweb.
    Abstract: Set in 19th century Cataluna the film tells the story of political intrigue and labor unrest surrounding the fortunes of a family-held textile mill colored by the threat of anarchist revolt.

  171. Territorio Comanche, Gerardo Herrero et al., 1 videocassette (98 min.), Madrid, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Imanol Arias, Carmelo Gómez, Cecilia Dopazo.
    Abstract: Based on a real events Territorio Comanche tells the story of Laura, an Argentine journalist working for Spanish television, who travels to Sarajevo to report on the unraveling of Yugoslavia. There she meets Mikel, a Bosnian journalist, and José, his photographer. They each struggle with the ethics of reporting on human tragedy and when to give aid, while trying to stay alive in a city under siege.

  172. Tesis, Alejandro Amenábar et al., 1 videocassette (126 min.), Madrid, 1996.
    Notes: Performer Note: Ana Torrent, Fele Martínez, Eduardo Noriega.
    Abstract: Angela is preparing a thesis on violence and the media. Figueroa, her project director, accidentally uncovers a "snuff film" and on the following day he turns up dead. Angela's curiosity gets her in up to her neck.

  173. La teta y la luna, Juan José Bigas Luna et al., 1 videocassette (95 min.), Madrid, 1995.
    Notes: Performer Note: Biel Durán, Mathilda May, Gérard Darmon.
    Abstract: Nine-year-old Tete is badgered by his macho dad and amusingly revolted by the recent arrival of a baby brother -- when he sees the little wrinkled one suckling at his mother's breast, he decides the baby is a greedy pig, stealing mom's milk for himself. He promptly begs the moon for a breast of his own. Enter French cabaret performer Estrellita and her impotent husband. Soon Tete is battling for Estrellita's love with the husband -- a circus performer whose specialty involves a symphony of flaming flatulence -- and Miguel, a local electrician with a fine flamenco voice.

  174. Things I never told you, Isabel Coixet et al., 1 videocassette (88 min.), Barcelona, 1997.
    Notes: Performer Note: Lili Taylor, Andrew McCarthy, Debi Mazar.
    Abstract: Ann has just been jilted by her boyfriend Bob, who took a job in Prague soon after Ann moved to Oregon in order to be near him. Don sells tract homes and works nights as a "Hope Line" telephone counselor so that he doesn't have to think about his own loneliness. Ann's next door neighbor Paul is secretly in love with her, while the transsexual Diane, one of Don's "Hope Line" regulars, mourns the loss of his/her penis after being pressured by a lover to undergo a sex-change operation.

  175. Tiempo de silencio, Luis Martín-Santos et al., 1 videocassette (107 min.), Madrid, 1998.
    Notes: Performer Note: Imanol Arias, Victoria Abril, Juan Echanove ; Francisco Rabal, Charo López, Francisco Algora, Joaquín Hinojosa.
    Abstract: Madrid in the late 40's and early 50's; the story of our time of silence, the story of the love between Pedro, a researcher, and Dorita, a young bourgeois woman.

  176. Tierra, Julio Medem et al., 1 videocassette (ca. 120 min.), Madrid, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Carmelo Gomez, Emma Suarez, Karra Elejalde Silka, etc.
    Abstract: Angel has done time in a loony bin, has a mind brimming with metaphysical teasers posed by a celestial voice, and is accompanied by his alter ego-cum-doppelgänger. But is Angel dead or alive, man or spirit, totally gaga or terrifyingly sane?

  177. Tierra y libertad, Ken Loach et al., 1 videocassette (104 min.), Madrid, 1995.
    Notes: Performer Note: Ian Hart, Rosana Pastor, Iciar Bollain, Mark Martinez, Tom Gilroy, Frederic Pierrot.
    Abstract: David, a young communist in training, leaves Liverpool to join the fight against fascism in the Spanish Civil War. Wounded, he is hospitalized in Barcelona, where his political loyalty is challenged by a new love.

  178. Todo es mentira, Enrique Cerezo et al., 1 videocassette (ca. 100 min.), Madrid, 1995.
    Notes: Performer Note: Penelope Cruz, Coque Malla, Jordi Molla, Gustavo Salmeron, Irene Bau.
    Abstract: Pablo hates everything. When Lucia comes into his life, he thinks she's the woman he dreams of, and sees the solution to all his problems. But Lucia, who is rather manipulating, is just what will make Pablo explode. Nobody believes in the ideal couple, not even Pablo's friends, who live all in couples, and all with problems.

  179. Torrente el brazo tonto de la ley, Santiago Segura et al., 1 videocassette (100 min.), Barcelona, 1997.
    Notes: Performer Note: Santiago Segura, Javier Cámara, Neus Asensi.
    Abstract: Torrente is a lazy, rude, drunkard, sexist, racist, extreme-right-wing Madrid cop; a despicable character who only cares about himself. He lives in a decrepit slum with his wheelchair-bound father, whom he treats quite badly. One day, a new family of neighbours move in, and the sexy younger daughter, Amparito, catches his eye, so he becomes a friend of Rafi, her nerdy brother, to get closer to her. At the same time, he discovers that a band of drug traffickers are operating in a nearby Chinese restaurant; he knows that if he cracks this case, it could make him regain the status he lost within the police department; but the only people he can count on to help him are Rafi and his equally nerdy friends.

  180. Tristana, Luis Buñuel et al., 1 videocassette (98 min.), Las Cruces, N.M, 1992.
    Notes: Performer Note: Catherine Deneuve, Fernando Rey, Franco Nero.
    Abstract: Set in 1920's Spain, this film is a scathing examination of moral decay. Tristana, a victim of her own captivating beauty, is desired by two men. One is her lecherous guardian whose physical advances repulse her and cause her to have nightmares of his death by decapitation, and the other is a young artist who wants to marry her, but lacks the courage.

  181. Tu nombre envenena mis sueños, Rafael Díaz Salgado et al., 1 videocassette (118 min.), Madrid, 1996.
    Notes: Performer Note: Carmelo Gómez, Emma Suárez, Ángel de Andrés, Anabel Alonso, Tony Cantó.
    Abstract: Love leads to vengeance in this thriller. Inspector Paco attends a funeral where he encounters his former police partner Angel. This inspires a flashback of the Spanish Civil War, where Paco and Angel were investigating a triple homicide that occurred in the home of the deceased. Back at the funeral the two meet Julia, the daughter of the dead man. She tells Angel all the details of her life since then. This gives him clues he needs to finally solve the case.

  182. Últimas imágenes del naufragio, Eliseo Subiela et al., 1 videocassette (131 min.), Buenos Aires, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Lorenzo Quiteros, Noemi Frankel, Hugo Soto.

  183. Últimas tardes con Teresa, Gonzalo Herralde et al., 1 videocassette (111 min.), Madrid, 1984.
    Notes: Performer Note: Maribel Martin, Angel Alcazar, Patricia Adriani.
    Abstract: The story of an ill-fated love between Teresa a society girl, and Manolo an ambitious petty-thief. She sees in him an exploited working-class man, for him she signifies hope.

  184. Un archivo de futuro, Spain et al., 1 videocassette, Spain, 1991.
    Abstract: Describes the document digitization project at the Archivo General de Indias in Seville, Spain, sponsored by the Ministerio de Cultura of Spain, IBM Spain, and the Fundación Ramón Areces, and tells some of the history of the Archivo.

  185. Un chien andalou, Salvador Dalí et al., 1 videocassette (17 min.), Barcelona, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Pierre Batcheff, Simone Mareuil, Jaime Miravilles, Salvador Dali, Luis Bunuel.
    Abstract: When writing the script, Luis Bunuel and Salvador Dali deliberately rejected anything that made rational sense. Un Chien Andalou consists of seventeen minutes of bizarre and surreal images which may or may not mean anything. A woman's eye is slit open, a man pokes at a severed hand in the street with his cane, a man drags two grand pianos containing dead and rotting donkeys and live priests, a man's hand has a hole in the palm from which ants emerge.

  186. Un Día en el tríangulo, Fernando De Bran et al., 1 videocassette (88 min.), Madrid?, 1988?
    Notes: Performer Note: Berenguela Parres, Jose Vidal, Fernando de Bran, and "Pinciano".
    Abstract: An impossible pair, a punk "chick" and a rocker living in a bizarre world are visited by a hippie, Pinciano, who introduces them into a world of magic and fantasy, and, with his words and deeds, transforms this pair into a crazy and absurd love triangle.

  187. Un lugar en el mundo, José Sacristán et al., 1 videocassette (ca. 120 min.), Madrid, 1996.
    Notes: Performer Note: Jose Sacristan, Federico Luppi, Leonor Benedetto, Cecilia Roth.
    Abstract: Drama set against the backdrop of a ranching valley in Argentina, which chronicles a confrontation between traditional values and the incursions of progress. Mario and Ana, in voluntary exile from Buenos Aires, live in a remote Argentine valley with their 12-year-old son Ernesto. Mario runs a school and a wool cooperative; Ana, a doctor, heads a clinic with Nelda, a progressive nun. Into this idealistic family comes Hans, a jaded Spanish geological engineer -- surveying the land for the local patron, to see if it can be dammed for hydro-electric power, which would drive the peasants from the land into the cities.

  188. Una casa en las afueras, Enrique Cerezo et al., 1 videocassette (97 min.), Madrid, 1996.
    Notes: Performer Note: Juan Echanove, Emma Suárez, Tenia Henche, Susi Sanchez, Asuncion Balaguer, Tony Isbert, Lydia Bosch.
    Abstract: Daniel, a yuppie whose emotional life leaves something to be desired meets Yolanda a beautiful young woman. She has her daughter and a heap of problems. He seems to offer security, promises of happiness and a mysterious and impressive house in the outskirts of town.

  189. Una jaula no tiene secretos, Agustín Navarro et al., 1 videocassette (90 min.), Argentina, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Luis Tasca, Alberto Olmedo, Nuria Torray.
    Abstract: Antonio is an elevator operator that on New Year's Eve is going about his normal job when the elevator suddenly gets stuck between floors. There are eight other people with him and thus begins the long wait for everything to get fixed. However, the seven men and one woman all have small matters that need to be taken care of, one of these being a wedding. This movie reveals how unfamiliar people can come together through a similar shared experience.

  190. Una mujer cualquiera, Rafael Gil et al., 1 videocassette, Montevideo, Uruguay, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: María Félix, Antonio Vilar, Mary Delgado.

  191. Vacas, Julio Medem et al., 1 videocassette (132 min.), Barcelona, 1992.
    Notes: Performer Note: Emma Suarez, Carmelo Gómez, Ana Torrent, Txema Blasco, Karra Elejalde, Klara Badiola, Kandido Uranga.
    Abstract: The film was shot in the Baztán Valley (Spain). The story is set in a small Basque village, from 1875 to 1936. Two neighbor families compete between themselves for their cows, land and women, while two wars come and go. Divided into four different episodes that span through three generations of men and cows, the motion picture keeps somehow its continuety because the same actors play the main roles (the cows change though!).

  192. Valentina, Antonio José Betancor et al., 1 videocassette (90 min.), S.l., 1988.
    Notes: Performer Note: Jorge Sanz, Paloma Gomez, Saturno Cerra, Concha Leza, Alfredo Lucchetti, Anthony Quinn.
    Abstract: A love story that takes place in a small town in northern Spain between two children who defy their families to be together. In 1939, a Spanish Republican soldier held in a French internment camp finds spiritual sustenance in the memory of Valentina, whom he had loved since a boy of twelve.

  193. La Vaquilla, Luis García Berlanga et al., 1 videocassette (118 min.), Madrid, 199.
    Notes: Performer Note: Alfredo Landa, José Sacristan, Guillermo Montesinos, Santiago Ramos, Carlos Velat.
    Abstract: During the Spanish Civil War, a group of republican soldiers plans a raid on a village fiesta.

  194. Velazquez el pintor de los pintores, Didier K Baussy et al., 1 videocassette (56 min.), Spain, 1991.
    Abstract: This film explores the special relationship of extraordinary painter and his friend and patron, Philip IV, whose life and times he chronicled. In addition to painting the king, Velázquez painted the sombre Infante, the courtesans and the jesters, forever immortalizing them in his art. Director Didier Baussy shows the 79 works on display at the Exposición Velázquez in the Museo del Prado, many of which were recently restored to their original, brilliant colors.

  195. La verbena de la Paloma, Benito Perojo et al., 1 videocassette (70 min.), Madrid, 1995.
    Notes: Performer Note: Miguel Ligero, Roberto Rey, Raquel Rodrigo.
    Abstract: Set in Madrid in 1893, the young and noble Julian has fallen for Susana, who treats him with indifference. He pursues her without success and nearly gives up hope when he sees her on the arm of the town apothecary, Don Hilarión.

  196. La vieja música, Mario Camus et al., 1 videocassette (ca. 104 min.), Montevideo Uruguay, 1919.
    Notes: Performer Note: Federico Luppi, Charo Lopez, Francisco Rabal, Asumpta Serna.
    Abstract: The new coach of the basketball team of Lugo arrives from Argentina. He really knows nothing about training a basketball team so he keeps the previous coach on and in the meantime tries to learn from videos and books, but his real reason for coming to Spain was to find out about an old lost love.

  197. La Violetera, Luis César Amadori et al., 1 videocassette (111 min.), Madera, Calif, 1984?
    Notes: Performer Note: Sara Montiel, Raf Vallone, Frank Villard.
    Abstract: "Sara, the poor flower vendor meets a rich aspiring diplomat, they fall in love only to be torn apart by their opposite positions in society."--External container.

  198. La Voie Lactée La Vía Láctea, Luis Buñuel et al., 1 videocassette (100 min.), Spain, 199-.
    Notes: Performer Note: Paul Frankeur, Laurent Terzieff, Alain Cuny, Michel Piccoli, Delphine Seyrig, Pierre Clementi, Georges Marchal.
    Abstract: A surreal comedy on the history of human folly. Two scraggly pilgrims set out on a modern odyssey that sends them travelling through time to meet Jesus, the Virgin Mary, the Devil, the Marquis de Sade and a multitude of fools and knaves who wielded oppressive power in the name of holiness.

  199. Volver a empezar, José Luis Garci et al., 1 videocassette (ca. 90 min.), Madrid, 1983.
    Notes: Performer Note: Antonio Ferrandis, Encarna Paso, Jose Bodalo, Agustin Gonzalez
    Added Title: Begin the beguine.
    Abstract: An exiled Spanish writer and U.C.-Berkeley professor returns to his native town, he re-lives old memories and meets his sweetheart of 40 years ago.



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