The Wild Ones (film)


The Wild Ones

promotional poster

Directed by
Patrícia Ferreira

Written by
Patricia Ferreira
Virginia Yagüe

Starring
Marina Comas
Àlex Monner
Albert Baró

Music by
Pablo Cervantes

Cinematography
Sergi Gallardo

Edited by
Antonio Frutos

Production
company

Distinto Films
Televisió de Catalunya
Áralan Films S.L.

Running time

100 minutes

Country
Spain

Language
Catalan
Spanish

The Wild Ones (Spanish: Los Niños Salvajes) is a 2012 Spanish drama film directed by Patrícia Ferreira and winner of Best Picture in the Málaga Film Festival. The film was nominated for three Goya Awards (Best New Actor, Best New Actress and Best Original Song).[1] [2]

Contents

1 Plot
2 Cast
3 Accolades
4 References

Plot[edit]
Álex, Gabi and Oki, three teenagers who live in a big city, are completely unknown for their parents, for their teachers and for themselves. Their emotional isolation, taken to the limit have unexpected and dire consequences that will shake the society.
Cast[edit]

Marina Comas – Oki
Àlex Monner – Àlex
Albert Baró – Gabi
Aina Clotet (es) – Júlia
Ana Fernández – Rosa
José Luis García Pérez – Luis
Montse Germán – Elisa
Francesc Orella – Àngel
Marisol Membrillo (es) – Raquel
Clara Segura (es) – Laura
Emma Vilarasau – Dir. institut
Lluís Villanueva (es) – Jesús
Eduardo Velasco (es) – Antonio
Mercè Pons – Interrogadora

Accolades[edit]

List of awards and nominations

Award
Category
Nominee
Result

2012 Málaga Film Festival
Best Picture

Won

Best Supporting Actress
Aina Clotet
Won

Best Supporting Actor
Álex Monner
Won

Best Screenplay
Patricia Ferreira and Virginia Yagüe
Won

27th Goya Awards
Best New Actress
Cati Solivellas
Lost

Best New Actor
Àlex Monner
Lost

Best Original Song
Víctor M. Peinado, Pablo Cervantes Gutiérrez and Pablo José Fernández Brenes
Lost

References[edit]

^ http://cultura.elpais.com/cultura/2012/04/28/actualidad/1335608878_751056.html
^ http://premiosgoya.academiadecine.com/finalistas/pelicula.php?m=peliculas&id=1347

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