Camila

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Camila O'Gorman (Susan Peccaro) is the daughter of an influential 19th century Argentine diplomat (Hector Alterio). Ladislao Gutierez (Imanol Arias) is a Jesuit priest, also living in Argentina. Tortured by her so-called impure thoughts, Camila confesses these to Gutierez. Flouting tradition, convention, and the repressive Rosas political regime, Camila and the priest embark on a torrid affair--which ends when the lovers, captured after a 500-mile chase, are condemned without a trial and die before a firing ...
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Camila O'Gorman (Susan Peccaro) is the daughter of an influential 19th century Argentine diplomat (Hector Alterio). Ladislao Gutierez (Imanol Arias) is a Jesuit priest, also living in Argentina. Tortured by her so-called impure thoughts, Camila confesses these to Gutierez. Flouting tradition, convention, and the repressive Rosas political regime, Camila and the priest embark on a torrid affair--which ends when the lovers, captured after a 500-mile chase, are condemned without a trial and die before a firing squad. Based on a true story, the Spanish/Argentine co-production Camila was honored with a "best foreign film" Oscar nomination.
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Special Features

Theatrical trailer; Letterboxed 1.85:1; Photo gallery; Cast & crew; Optional subtitles
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/4/2003
  • UPC: 736899041823
  • Original Release: 1984
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  • Source: Cinemateca
  • Region Code: 1
  • Aspect Ratio: Vistavision (1.66:1)
  • Presentation: Letterbox
  • Language: Español
  • Time: 1:45:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Susú Pecoraro Camila O'Gorman
Héctor Alterio Adolfo O'Gorman
Mona Maris La Perichona
Claudio Gallardou Eduardo
Carlos Muñoz Monsignor Elortondo
Héctor Pellegrini Commandant Soto
Boris Rubaja Ignacio
Juan Manuel Tenuta
Yanina Amato
Armando Capo
Luciano Castellano
Martin Coria
Marianna Cuello
Juan Carlos Galbarsanini
Lelio Incrocci
Carlos Rivkin
Alejandro Valls
Olga Veyra
Cido Vianna
Manuel Vicente
Imanol Arias Father Ladislao Gutierrez
Alberto Busaid
Roxana Berco
Jean Pierre Reguerraz
Technical Credits
Maria Luisa Bemberg Director, Screenwriter
Esmeralda Almonacid Set Decoration/Design
Fernando Arribas Cinematographer
Angel Baldo Producer
Luis Cesar D'Angiolillo Editor
Beda Docampo Feijoo Screenwriter
Graciela Galán Costumes/Costume Designer
Hector Gallardo Producer
Edecio Imbert Producer
Marta Parga Production Manager
Miguel Rodriguez Art Director
Luis Maria Serra Score Composer
Juan Bautista Stagnaro Screenwriter
Lita Stantic Executive Producer, Producer
Eugenio Zanetti Production Designer
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
2. Do You Like Love Stories? [9:35]
3. Happy Birthday, Camila [11:44]
4. Family Dinner [11:07]
5. Clarita Is Getting Married [12:34]
6. What Am I Going to Do With You? [11:36]
7. Signed,... [11:12]
8. Do You Know What? [11:04]
9. You Are Under Arrest [9:14]
10. There's Hope [10:37]
11. By Your Side, Camila [1:43]
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Menu

Side #1 --
   Play Movie
   Scene Index
   Subtitles
      English: On
      English: Off
   Special Features
      Synopsis
      Production Notes
      Cast & Crew
         Camila O'Gorman - Susu Pecoraro
         Ladislao Guitierrez - Imanol Arias
         Adolfo O'Gorman - Hector Alterio
         Dona Joaquina O'Gorman - Elena Tasisto
         Monsignor Elortondo - Carlos Muñoz
         Comandant Soto - Hector Pellegrini
         Eduardo O'Gorman - Claudio Gallardou
         Ingnacio - Boris Rubaja
         La Perichona - Mona Maris
         Director - Maria Luisa Bemberg
         Executive Producer - Lita Stantic
      What They Said
      Original Poster
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Camila Review

    'Camila' was an unbelievable movie with so much romance, intrigue, and horror. It gives the viewer an idea about how cruel the Rosas regime was and how Argentina was during those times. This movie evokes so many emotions in the viewer and although it has a tragic ending, it makes very good points and shows how strong love can be.

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