Ninette

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Ninette
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Film poster
Directed by José Luis Garci
Produced by José Luis Garci
Written by Álvaro del Amo
Vicente Aranda
Starring Elsa Pataky,
Carlos Hipólito,
Enrique Villén,
Beatriz Carvajal
Music by Pablo Cervantes
Cinematography Raúl Pérez Cubero
Release dates
  • 12 August 2005 (2005-08-12)
Running time 118 minutes
Language Spanish

Ninette is a Spanish comedy film directed by José Luis Garci. Released in 2005, it is based on the plays Ninette y un señor de Murcia and Ninette, modas de París by Miguel Mihura.

Plot[edit]

Ninette Sánchez (Elsa Pataky) is an intelligent, sexy, charming and spontaneous Parisian girl, daughter of Spanish republican exiles, working in the Galleries Lafayette. Her ingenuousness and beauty charms Andrés (Carlos Hipólito), a humble Spanish vendor of religious items from Murcia, who is staying with her family after he came to Paris to meet "easy" French women. Andrés falls for her many charms. Unfortunately, Ninette's parents, Armando (Enrique Villén) and Bernarda (Beatriz Carvajal) do not take the news well when Ninette announces that she is pregnant.

DVD release[edit]

Ninette is available in Region 2 DVD in Spanish with English subtitles.

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