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Juana la Loca = Joan the mad

Author: Vicente ArandaAntonio LarretaEnrique CerezoPilar López de AyalaDaniele LiottiAll authors
Publisher: [Madrid] : Enrique Cerezo, P.C. ; Culver City, CA : Distributed by Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment, ©2003.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : SpanishView all editions and formats
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Joan of Castile (1479-1555, daughter of King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella) has gone down in history as "Joan the Mad." Sent alone to Brussels, sheltered eighteen-year-old Joan is a willing pawn in her political marriage to a young Hapsburg, Philip Archduke of Austria, known as "the Handsome," consolidating Spain as regional power. Amazingly, Joan falls head-over-heels in love with Philip, who reciprocates initially,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Foreign films
Motion pictures, Spanish
Feature films
Historical films
Drama
Teatro
Films for Spanish speakers
Named Person: Juana, la Loca Queen of Castile; Reina de Castilla Juana la Loca; Juana la Loca, Reina de Castilla 1479-1555
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Vicente Aranda; Antonio Larreta; Enrique Cerezo; Pilar López de Ayala; Daniele Liotti; Rosana Pastor; Giuliano Gemma; Sony Pictures Classics (Firm); Enrique Cerezo, P.C.; Pedro Costa, P.C.; Production Group (Firm); Take 2000 (Firm); Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment (Firm)
ISBN: 0767886909 9780767886901
OCLC Number: 51555510
Language Note: In Castillian Spanish with optional English or French subtitles.
Notes: Inspired by the scenes from the play, "La Locura de Amor" [The Madness of Love] by Manuel Tamayo y Baus.
Originally produced as a Spanish motion picture in 2001.
Special features: trailers [Juana la Loca, El Hijo de la Novia, y Hable con ella].
Credits: Fotografia, Paco Femenia ; montaje [editor], Teresa Font ; música, José Nieto.
Cast: Pilar López de Ayala (Juana), Daniele Liotti (Felipe), Rosana Pastor (Elvira), Giuliano Gemma (Devere), Roberto Alvarez (Almirante), Eloy Azorin (Alvaro), Susy Sánchez (Reina Isabel), Manuela Arcuri (Aixa-Beatriz) Héctor Colomé, (Rey Fernando).
Awards: Winner, Pilar López de Ayala, Mejor Actriz Principal (Best Lead Actress), Goya Awards 2001.
Target Audience: MPAA Rating: Rated R.
Description: 1 videodisc (118 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD, region 1, anamorphic widescreen presentation; Dolby Digital 5.1 surround.
Other Titles: Joan the mad
Mad love
Responsibility: Sony Pictures Classics ; una coproduccion Hispano/Italo/Portuguesa producida por Enrique Cerezo, P.C., Pedro Costa, P.C., Production Group (Italia), Take 2000/Jose Mazeda (Portugal) presentan ; guión, Vicente Aranda, Antonio Larreta ; producida por Enrique Cerezo ; dirigida por Vicente Aranda.

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Joan of Castile (1479-1555, daughter of King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella) has gone down in history as "Joan the Mad." Sent alone to Brussels, sheltered eighteen-year-old Joan is a willing pawn in her political marriage to a young Hapsburg, Philip Archduke of Austria, known as "the Handsome," consolidating Spain as regional power. Amazingly, Joan falls head-over-heels in love with Philip, who reciprocates initially, but then becomes noticeably indifferent. Barely troubling to conceal his affairs, she suffers sobbing, despairing, jealous rages, becoming more miserable and fixated. Was Joan mad, or did she love Philip with such uncanny relentlessness that he was, in the end, helpless in the face of her passion?

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