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|Directed by||Steve Jacobs|
|Produced by||Anna Maria Monticelli
|Written by||Anna Maria Monticelli|
|Music by||Cezary Skubiszewski|
|Edited by||Alexandre de Franceschi|
La Spagnola is a 2001 comedy drama Australian film directed by Steve Jacobs. It was Australia's submission to the 74th Academy Awards for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, but was not accepted as a nominee.
Lola is a fiery Spanish wife and mother living in small-town sixties Australia. When her husband leaves her for a young blonde, taking their life savings with him, and her teenage daughter begins to rebel against her strict rules, Lola come into her own.
La Spagnola grossed $477,197 at the box office in Australia,.
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- Film Victoria - Australian Films at the Australian Box Office
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