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Megashare Four Last Songs (2006)
A comic drama set on a Mediterranean island, where a motley collection of characters is seeking musical redemption.
Director: Francesca Joseph
Cast: Emmanuelle Seigner, Hugh Bonneville, Jena Malone, Jessica Hynes, Karl Johnson, María Esteve, Marisa Paredes, Rhys Ifans, Stanley Tucci
Megashare Photo (2013)
Director: Carlos Saboga
Cast: Anna Mouglalis, Simão Cayatte, Johan Leysen, Didier Sandre, Marisa Paredes, Rui Morisson, Hélène Patarot, José Neto, Anabela Brígida, Ana Padrão, Salvato Feijo, José Rodrigues, Diogo Aleixo, Carla de Sá, Adriano Luz
Megashare High Heels (1991)
A girl's mother returns after 15 years to find her daughter has married one of her (the mother's) old boyfriends. They try to mend their broken mother/daughter relationship and deal with their common lover.
Director: Pedro Almodóvar
Cast: Agustín Almodóvar, Angelina Llongueras, Anna Lizaran, Bibiana Fernández, Carmen Navarro, Cristina Marcos, Feodor Atkine, Gabriel Garbisu, Javier Bardem, Jose María Sacristán, Juan Jose Otegui, Lina Mira, Luigi Martin, Lupe Barrado, Marisa Paredes, Mayrata O'Wisiedo, Miguel Bose, Miriam Díaz Aroca, Montse G Romeu, Nacho Martínez, Paula Soldevila, Pedro Díez del Corral, Raquel Sanchís, Rocío Muñoz, Rodolfo Montero, Victoria Abril
Megashare Lines of Wellington (2012)
Ruiz and Sarmiento's film recounts the tale of the Napoleonic invasion of Portugal and the withdrawal of Wellington's Anglo-Portuguese forces to the southern hill country. The general's devastating tactic was to compensate for his army's comparative lack of numbers by luring the French into hostile terrain, fortifying the lines of Bussaco and picking the invaders off as they climbed the slopes.
Director: Valeria Sarmiento
Cast: Adriano Luz, Catherine Deneuve, Chiara Mastroianni, Diogo Dória, Elsa Zylberstein, Gonçalo Waddington, Isabelle Huppert, John Malkovich, Jose Afonso Pimentel, Jose Meireles, Malik Zidi, Manuel Wiborg, Marcello Urgeghe, Maria João Bastos, Marisa Paredes, Mathieu Amalric, Melvil Poupaud, Michel Piccoli, Miguel Borges, Nuno Lopes, Paulo Pires, Ricardo Aibeo, Vincent Perez
Megashare Life Is Beautiful (1997)
A Jewish man has a wonderful romance with the help of his humour, but must use that same quality to protect his son in a Nazi death camp.
Director: Roberto Benigni
Cast: Andrea Tidona, Antonio Prester, Francesco Guzzo, Franco Mescolini, Gina Rovere, Giuliana Lojodice, Giustino Durano, Hannes Hellmann, Horst Buchholz, Lidia Alfonsi, Marisa Paredes, Massimo Salvianti, Nicoletta Braschi, Omero Antonutti, Pietro De Silva, Raffaella Lebboroni, Richard Sammel, Roberto Benigni, Sergio Bini Bustric, Wolfgang Hillinger
Megashare Talk of Angels (1998)
This is the story of a young Irish woman who comes to Spain to escape from the pressures she feels about her impending marriage to a political activist in Ireland. But in Spain in the 1930's, taking a job of governess in a wealthy family, she finds the same kinds of political unrest. In fact, it isn't long before she finds herself attracted to a married man who is similarly involved in the struggle against fascism and Franco. This awakens her to her nature that brings her to such men and resolves for her what she must do about the life she left in Ireland.
Director: Nick Hamm
Cast: Angelina Llongueras, Anita Reeves, Ariadna Gil, Britta Smith, Frances McDormand, Francisco Rabal, Franco Nero, Jaume Valls, Jorge de Juan, Jose María Sacristán, Leire Berrocal, Marisa Paredes, Penelope Cruz, Polly Walker, Rossy de Palma, Ruth McCabe, Tusse Silberg, Veronica Duffy, Vincent Perez
Megashare The Skin I Live In (2011)
A brilliant plastic surgeon, haunted by past tragedies, creates a type of synthetic skin that withstands any kind of damage. His guinea pig: a mysterious and volatile woman who holds the key to his obsession.
Cast: Agustín Almodóvar, Antonio Banderas, Blanca Suárez, Eduard Fernández, Elena Anaya, Fernando Cayo, Isabel Blanco, Jose Luis Gómez, Marisa Paredes, Susi Sánchez, Teresa Manresa
Megashare Three Lives and Only One Death (1996)
Take a walk into the weird world of filmmaker Raul Ruiz as he takes us to Paris for a twisted ride. A man which shares four names and four personalities (which is the real one?) is the link between four different, yet similar, stories involving love, lust, crime, and time.
Cast: Andrew Wilson, Anna Galiena, Arielle Dombasle, Chiara Mastroianni, Claire Hammond, Feodor Atkine, Guillaume de Tonquedec, Jacques Pieiller, Jean Badin, Jean-Yves Gautier, Lou Castel, Luc Delhumeau, Marcello Mastroianni, Marilyne Canto, Marisa Paredes, Melvil Poupaud, Monique Melinand, Nanni Moretti, Nathalie Dorval, Pascal Bonitzer, Roland Topor, Smaïn
Megashare In a Glass Cage (1987)
A former Nazi doctor-turned-pedophile, paralyzed from the neck down after a suicide attempt, is forced to accept a boy as his nurse under threat of blackmail: the boy secretly witnessed the doctor's torture and murder of another boy, and possesses the man's diary, which details his wartime experiments and his subsequent descent into pedophilia and murder. Before long, the boy displays his ambition to follow in the older man's footsteps.
Director: Agustí Villaronga
Cast: Günter Meisner, Imma Colomer, Marisa Paredes
Megashare El perro (1979)
A political prisoner in a South American dictatorship escapes and is pursued throughout the country by a bloodthirsty dog.
Director: Antonio Isasi-Isasmendi
Cast: Jason Miller, Lea Massari, Juan Antonio Porto, Juan Antonio Bardem, Eduardo Calvo, Jesús Alcaide, Francisco Casares, Vicente Cuesta, Manuel de Blas, Yolanda Farr, Antonio Gamero, Claudia Gravy, Antonio Mayans, Marisa Paredes, Miguel Rellán
Megashare Gigola (2010)
Pigalle, the early sixties?... Money and bourbon flows. Here, life occurs during the night, behind the closed shutters. With exentric prostitutes, spectacular transformists, Italian gangsters, women who love each others without taboo. And especially with Georgia, alias , a dandy flapper and refined who try to hide, with its authoritarian attitude and worked style, its sensitivity. Still haunted by the suicide of its first mistress, she licks one?s wounds by making crazy in love Cora, a young coach, or Odette, a wealthy middle-class woman.
Director: Laure Charpentier
Cast: Ana Padrão, Arly Jover, Carla Chambel, Eduardo Noriega, Franck de la Personne, João Maria Pinto, Lou Doillon, Marisa Berenson, Marisa Paredes, Philippe Leroux, Rossy de Palma, Thierry Lhermitte, Virginie Pradal
Megashare Jonas et Lila, à demain (1999)
A fake sequel to Jonas qui aura 25 ans en l'an 2000 (1976). Jonas is now indeed 25, has studied cinema and is living with his black lover, Lila, in Geneva, Switzerland. Between disillusions and the loss of ideals, macjobs and the quest for art, Jonas and Lila try to find their way in life.
Director: Alain Tanner
Cast: Jérôme Robart, Aïssa Maïga, Natalia Dontcheva, Jean-Pierre Gos, Marisa Paredes, Heinz Bennent, Cécile Tanner, Philippe Demarle, Ania Temler, Dominique Ziegler, Julien Basler, Laurent Cupelin, Laurence Scheurer, Mehdi Kamel, Olivier Périat
Megashare Hors saison (1992)
Director: Daniel Schmid
Cast: Sami Frey, Carlos Devesa, Ingrid Caven, Dieter Meier, Ulli Lommel, Andréa Ferréol, Arielle Dombasle, Maddalena Fellini, Maurice Garrel, Luísa Barbosa, Rosa Castro André, Marisa Paredes, Hilde Ziegler, José Pedro Lisboa, Béatrice Stoll
Megashare Hable con ella (2002)
Two men share an odd friendship while they care for their girlfriends who are both in deep comas.
Director: Pedro Almodóvar
Cast: Ángel Infante, Adolfo Fernández, Agustín Almodóvar, Alejandro Tous, Ana Fernández, Beatriz Santiago, Caetano Veloso, Carlos García Cambero, Carlos Miguel, Carmen Machi, Cecilia Roth, Chus Lampreave, Darío Grandinetti, Elena Anaya, Fele Martínez, Fernando Guillen Cuervo, Geraldine Chaplin, Helio Pedregal, Ismael Martínez, Jaime Fernández-Cid Buscató, Javier Cámara, Javier Conde, Jose Sancho, Joserra Cadiñanos, Juan Fernández, Leonor Watling, Lola Dueñas, Loles León, Mariola Fuentes, Marisa Paredes, Paola Dominguín, Paz Vega, Roberto Álvarez, Rosario Flores
Megashare Entre tinieblas (1984)
Yolanda sings in a seedy nightclub. When her boyfriend dies of an overdose, she fears the police and seeks refuge in a convent that saves women from the streets. These off-beat nuns include a heroin using abbess who loves Yolanda, one who writes romance novels under a pseudonym, another raising a tiger in the convent yard, and one who designs fabulous fashions and is in love with the local priest. They plan an evening extravaganza starring Yolanda to celebrate the abbess's birthday and to convince their wealthy patron not to abandon them.
Director: Pedro Almodóvar
Cast: Agustín Almodóvar, Alicia Altabella, Alicia González, Berta Riaza, Carmen Luján, Carmen Maura, Carmen Santonja, Cecilia Roth, Chus Lampreave, Concha Gregori, Cristina Sánchez Pascual, Julieta Serrano, Laura Cepeda, Lina Canalejas, Lucia Bose, Luisa Gavasa, Manuel Zarzo, Marisa Paredes, Marisa Tejada, Mary Carrillo, Miguel Molina, Miguel Zúñiga, Pedro Almodóvar, Ruben Tobías
Megashare La flor de mi secreto (1995)
Leo Macias writes sentimental novels with great success but hidden under a pseudonym, Amanda Gris. She is unhappy with her professional life and with her husband, a soldier working in Brussels and Bosnia that is never at home. She will try anything to change her life.
Director: Pedro Almodóvar
Cast: Alicia Agut, Carme Elias, Chus Lampreave, Gloria Muñoz, Imanol Arias, Joaquín Cortes, Jordi Mollà, Juan Echanove, Juan Jose Otegui, Kiti Manver, Marisa Paredes, Nancho Novo, Rossy de Palma
Megashare The Awful Dr Orlof (1962)
Dr. Orlof, a former prison doctor, abducts beautiful women from nightclubs and tries to use their skin to repair his daughter's fire-scarred face. He is assisted by Morpho, a deformed monstrosity who delights in biting his victims. Orlof had better hurry, though -- a young police inspector and his ballerina girlfriend are onto his sadistic practices.
Director: Jesus Franco
Cast: Ángel Calero, Amy Márquez, Carmen Porcel, Conrado San Martín, Diana Lorys, Elena María Tejeiro, Faustino Cornejo, Felix Dafauce, Fernando Montes, Fernando Sala, Howard Vernon, Javier de Rivera, Jesus Franco, Juan Antonio Riquelme, María de la Riva, María Silva, Mara Laso, Marisa Paredes, Perla Cristal, Pilar Gómez Ferrer, Rafael Hernández, Rafael Ibáñez, Ricardo Valle, Venancio Muro
Megashare El espinazo del diablo (2001)
It is 1939, the end of three years of bloody civil war in Spain, and General Franco's right-wing Nationalists are poised to defeat the left-wing Republican forces. A ten-year-old boy named Carlos, the son of a fallen Republican war hero, is left by his tutor in an orphanage in the middle of nowhere. The orphanage is run by a curt but considerate headmistress named Carmen and a kindly Professor Casares, both of whom are sympathetic to the doomed Republican cause. Despite their concern for him, and his gradual triumph over the usual schoolhouse bully, Carlos never feels completely comfortable in his new environment. First of all, there was that initial encounter with the orphanage's nasty caretaker, Jacinto, who reacts even more violently when anyone is caught looking around a particular storage room the one with the deep well. Second, and more inexplicable, is the presence of a ghost, one of the former occupants of the orphanage named Santi. Not long after Carlos' arrival, Santi latches onto Carlos, badgering him incessantly at night and gloomily intoning, "Many of you will die." As if that wasn't enough to keep the orphanage's occupants in an unrelenting state of terror, there's the un-exploded bomb that dominates the orphanage's courtyard, still ticking away; With the orphanage left defenseless by its isolation, and the swift progression of Franco's troops, the ghost's prediction seems depressingly accurate. Nevertheless, with every step of the plot, it becomes apparent that the ghost's predictions as to who (or what) will die, the real source of danger and even the definition of death itself may be more ambiguous than first thought.
Director: Guillermo del Toro
Cast: Íñigo Garces, Eduardo Noriega, Federico Luppi, Francisco Fernández, Francisco Maestre, Irene Visedo, Jaime Fernández-Cid Buscató, Javier Bódalo, Jose Luis Torrijo, Jose Manuel Lorenzo, Juan Carlos Vellido, Marisa Paredes, Martín Hernández, Miguel Ortiz
Megashare Todo sobre mi madre (1999)
A single mother in Madrid sees her only son die on his 17th birthday as he runs to seek an actress's autograph. She goes to Barcelona to find the lad's father, a transvestite named Lola who does not know he has a child. First she finds her friend, Agrado, a wild yet caring transvestite; through him she meets Rosa, a young nun bound for El Salvador, but instead finds out she is pregnant by Lola. Manuela becomes the personal assistant of Huma Rojo, the actress her son admired, by helping Huma manage Nina, the co-star and Huma's lover. However, Agrado soon takes over when Manuela must care for Hermana Rosa's risky pregnancy. With echos of Lorca, "All About Eve," and "Streetcar Named Desire," the mothers (and fathers and actors) live out grief, love, and friendship.
Director: Pedro Almodóvar
Cast: Agustín Almodóvar, Antonia San Juan, Candela Peña, Carlos García Cambero, Carlos Lozano, Carmen Balague, Carmen Fortuny, Cayetana Guillen Cuervo, Cecilia Roth, Eloy Azorín, Fernando Fernán Gómez, Fernando Guillen, Fito Páez, Jose Luis Torrijo, Juan Jose Otegui, Juan Márquez, Malena Gutierrez, Manuel Morón, Marisa Paredes, Patxi Freytez, Penelope Cruz, Rosa Maria Sardà, Toni Cantó, Yael Barnatán