Tiovivo c. 1950

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Tiovivo c. 1950
Tiovivo c. 1950.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed by José Luis Garci
Produced by Juan Carmona
Salvador Gómez Cuenca
José Luis Garci
Written by José Luis Garci
Horacio Valcárcel
Starring María Adánez
Francisco Algora
Manuel Andrés
Ángel de Andrés López
Music by Pablo Cervantes
Cinematography Raúl Pérez Cubero
Edited by José Luis Garci
Production
company
Nickel Odeon Dos S.A.
Enrique Cerezo P.C., S.A.
PC29 S.A.
Distributed by Columbia Tri-Star Films
Release dates 1 October 2004
Running time 150 min
Country Spain
Language Spanish

Tiovivo c. 1950 is a 2004 Spanish film directed by José Luis Garci and starring Elsa Pataky, María Adánez and Carlos Hipólito.

The film was nominated for six Goya Awards in 2005, and won the award for Best Production Design.

Plot[edit]

Set in Madrid in the years after the Second World War, the film offers a nostalgic vision of a city managing to sustain entertainment, hope and love in the face of post-war hardship.

Cast[edit]

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