Witching & Bitching
|Witching & Bitching|
|Las brujas de Zugarramurdi|
|Directed by||Álex de la Iglesia|
|Music by||Joan Valent|
|Cinematography||Kiko de la Rica|
|Edited by||Pablo Blanco|
Witching & Bitching (Spanish: Las brujas de Zugarramurdi; "The Witches of Zugarramurdi") is a 2013 Spanish horror-comedy film co-written and directed by Álex de la Iglesia. It stars Hugo Silva, Mario Casas and Carmen Maura.
It won the most awards at the 28th Goya Awards with eight wins out of ten nominations.
Two unemployed men (Mario Casas and Hugo Silva) commit a robbery and are forced to run from the police and one of their ex-wives. While on the run, they venture into an impenetrable forest inhabited by a group of cannibalistic Basque witches in the Navarrese town of Zugarramurdi.
- Hugo Silva as José/Christ
- Mario Casas as Antonio "Tony"
- Terele Pávez as Maritxu
- Carolina Bang as Eva
- Carmen Maura as Graciana Barrenetxea
- Jaime Ordóñez as Manuel
- Gabriel Delgado as Sergio
- Macarena Gómez as Silvia
- Pepón Nieto as Inspector Calvo
- Secun de la Rosa as Inspector Pacheco
- Javier Botet as Luismi
- Enrique Villén as El Inadaptado Social
- Santiago Segura as Miren
- Carlos Areces as Conchi
- Manuel Tallafé as El Hombre de Badajoz
- María Barranco as Elderly woman
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