Fausto 5.0

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Fausto 5.0
Directed by Alex Ollé, Carlos Padrissa, Isidro Ortiz
Produced by Eduardo Campoy, Alicia Gallardo, Ramón Vidal
Written by Fernando León de Aranoa
Based on Faust legend(Goethe)
Starring Eduard Fernandez, Irene Mantala, Juan Fernandez, Miguel Angel Sola (Fausto), Najwa Nimri, Raquel Gonzalez
Music by Josep Maria Sanou, Toni M. Mir
Cinematography Pedro del Rey
Edited by Manel J. Frasquiel
Distributed by Lauren Films
Release dates 30 August 2001, Venice Biennale
Running time 93 mins
Country Spain
Language Catalan, Spanish

Fausto 5.0 is a fantasy film made in Spain and released in 2001.

Fausto 5.0 is the last part of a trilogy dedicated to the figure of Faust. The first two instalments were F@ust 3.0 (originally a play) and The Damnation of Faust (originally an opera).[1] All three films were developed for the screen by La Fura dels Baus, an experimental theatre group from Barcelona.[2]

Plot[edit]

A doctor – Fausto – on the verge of a nervous breakdown, meets a former patient – Santos Vella – who promises to grant his every wish. Reality starts dissolving and Fausto begins to lose control.[3][4][5]

Awards[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Empire magazine
  2. ^ La Fura dels Baus website
  3. ^ Peter Bradshaw, Review in The Guardian , 6 June 2003
  4. ^ Fausto 5.0, IMDb: plot summary
  5. ^ Faust 5.0, The New York Times
  6. ^ "Méliès d'Or". melies.org. European Fantastic Film Festivals Federation. Retrieved 2011-01-21. 
  7. ^ a b Fausto 5.0, IMDb: awards