Punta Grande

Punta Grande

Deutschland / Ungarn / Argentinien 1995/1996, Spielfilm

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Punta Grande

Punta Grande - a sophisticated comedy. Fred and Lilian and their young daughter Luzi are enjoying a lovely holiday trip in Argentina. During their stay at "Punta Grande", the tiniest hotel in the world, each one of them experiences their individual catharsis.

Fred becomes involved in a romantic love affair with mysterious singer Ines, Lilian gets trapped in the dark passions aroused by Ricardo, the bartender. Even Luzi meets her alter ego, and the elderly German immigrants - twinned and incestuous brother and sister - who run the hotel seem to guide them all by strange magic. All are living and suffering their secret dreams and fears and still find their way back home as new-born and healed identities.

Source: German films Service & Marketing GmbH

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Director:Gábor Altorjay
Screenplay:Gábor Altorjay
Director of photography:Holly Fink
Production design:Sabine Flunker
Costume design:Veronika Dorn
Editing:Jan Kineast
Sound:Tom Dokoupil, Detlev Schmitz
Music:Tom Dokoupil
  
Cast: 
Martina SchiesserLilian
Marike BrüggemannLuzi
Josef BilousFred
Niels-Peter RudolphPadron
Hildegard SchmahlMaria
Oscar Ortega SánchezRicardo
Gisela MüllerInés
Anton SefkowJosé
  
Production company:Rainer Kommerz Kinoproduktion (Hamburg), Studio 1 Filmproduktion Werner Grassmann KG (Hamburg), M.I.T. Stúdió (Budapest), Moviemento S.A. (Buenos Aires)
Producer:Gábor Altorjay
Co-Producer:Werner Grassmann, István Dárday, Astor Durando
Executive producer:Gábor Altorjay
Line producer:Werner Grassmann
Unit production manager:Karol Schneeweis
Funding:Hamburger Filmbüro (Hamburg)
Length:88 min
Format:35mm, 1:1,37
Picture/Sound:Farbe, Dolby Stereo
Screening:Deutsche Erstaufführung (DE): 24.10.1996, Hof, Internationale Filmtage

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Originaltitel (DE) Punta Grande

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Length:88 min
Format:35mm, 1:1,37
Picture/Sound:Farbe, Dolby Stereo
Screening:Deutsche Erstaufführung (DE): 24.10.1996, Hof, Internationale Filmtage
 

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