Box 507

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Box 507
Theatrical release poster
SpanishLa caja 507
Directed byEnrique Urbizu
Written by
CinematographyCarles Gusi
Edited byÁngel Hernández
Music byMario de Benito
Distributed byWarner Sogefilms
Release date
  • 23 August 2002 (2002-08-23)
Running time
104 min

Box 507 (Spanish: La caja 507) is a 2002 Spanish action thriller film directed by Enrique Urbizu which stars Antonio Resines and José Coronado. It is set in the Costa del Sol.[1]


In a quaint town along Spain's wealthy Costa del Sol, a band of professionals plan the robbery of a small bank managed by the respectable middle-aged Modesto Pardo (Antonio Resines). Using his wife as a hostage, the thieves force him inside the bank vault while they make off with the valuables. Battered and dazed and waiting for rescue, Modesto stumbles on a safety deposit box that could hold the answers to the mysterious death of his daughter seven years earlier. His investigation leads him into an intricate web of corruption and foul play while his desire for vengeance provokes violent responses from the police and government officials determined to keep secrets buried.



The film was theatrically released on 23 August 2002.[2]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
2002 17th Goya Awards Best Supporting Actor José Coronado Nominated [3]
Best Production Supervision Fernando Victoria de Lecea Won
Best Editing Ángel Hernández Zoido Won
Best Sound Licio Marcos de Oliveira, Luis de Veciana, Alfonso Pino Nominated

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Fernández Santos, Elsa (21 August 2002). "Urbizu le cambia la cara a Coronado". El País.
  2. ^ García Fernández 2003, p. 206.
  3. ^ "La caja 507". Premios Goya. Retrieved 18 November 2021.

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