El Lute II: Tomorrow I'll be Free
|El Lute II: mañana seré libre|
Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Vicente Aranda|
|Produced by||Isabel Mulá|
|Written by||Vicente Aranda
|Music by||José Nieto|
|Cinematography||José Luis Alcaine|
|Edited by||Teresa Font|
|20 April 1988|
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.
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.
- Imanol Arias as Eleuterio Sánchez 'El Lute'
- Jorge Sanz as Toto
- Ángel Pardo as Lolo
- Pastora Vega as Esperanza
- Blanca Apilánez as Maria
- Montserrat Tey as Emilia
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.
- "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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