El Lute II: Tomorrow I'll be Free

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El Lute II: mañana seré libre
El Lute II.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Vicente Aranda
Produced by Isabel Mulá
Written by Vicente Aranda
Joaquim Jordá
Starring Imanol Arias
Angel Pardo
Jorge Sanz
Pastora Vega
Music by José Nieto
Cinematography José Luis Alcaine
Edited by Teresa Font
Distributed by Multivideo
Release date
20 April 1988
Running time
120 minutes
Country Spain
Language Spanish

El Lute II: Tomorrow I’ll be Free (Spanish: El Lute II: mañana seré libre) is a 1988 Spanish film written and directed by Vicente Aranda, based on the memoirs of Eleuterio Sánchez, “El Lute”, a delinquent who became notorious in Spain for his jail escapes in the 60's. It stars Imanol Arias, Angel Pardo and Jorge Sanz. The film continues the story of El Lute: camina o revienta.

Synopsis[edit]

This is the story of a man fighting with all his might for his life and his freedom. Eleuterio (”El Lute”) embarks upon an action-packed future, fuelled by the notions of freedom and dreams of living just as his countrymen, ever-growing in his mind. Nothing and no-one can stop him. After escaping the Puerto de Santa María prison, the reunion with his family is just the beginning of what will become an endless escape.

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Reception[edit]

El Lute II: mañana seré libre opened in May 1988 at the 1988 Cannes Film Festival.[1] The film was not as successful as the first part.

DVD release[edit]

El Lute II: mañana sere libre, is available in Region 1 DVD. The film is included in the same DVD that *El Lute: camina o revienta. In Spanish with English subtitles, the transfer is not of good quality.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Festival de Cannes: El Lute II: mañana seré libre". festival-cannes.com. Archived from the original on 2011-09-21. Retrieved 2009-07-26. 

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