Amanece, que no es poco 1989
One-of-a-kind Spanish surreal comedy that is so dense with gags, eccentricities, sketches, characters, fantastical absurdities and punchlines, that it is almost impossible to describe.

It tells the story of a father and son arriving to a small village lost in the mountains where their inhabitants have a quite bizarre communal life: masses are like parties and people vote in order to elect the major, priest, teacher, prostitute and adulterers. Everyone seems to be an avid reader of William Faulkner and have a deep personal view of the world. Spanish cultural stereotypes are systematically presented in amusing forms, but criticism towards the Franco’s regime always lies beneath jokes and gags.

"Amanece, que no es poco" is probably one of the most interesting examples on surrealist comedy in the modern spanish history. This film could be considered as an unconventional fresco of what Spain was and still is.

Director: Jose Luis Cuerda
Cast: Jose Sazatornil, Carmen de Lirio, Francisco Martinez
Country: Spain
Genre: Comedy, Fantasy

DVD5 | PAL 4:3 | 01:45:39 | 4.15 Gb + 3% rec
Language: Espanol
Subtitles: English

Download Amanece, que no es poco / Dawn Breaks, Which Is No Small Thing (1989) DVD5:

BD25 | 1080p AVC | 01:50:41 | 22.7 Gb + 3% rec
Language: Espanol
Subtitles: English