Anta mujer

  • 23'
  • Spain
  • 1976
A scarlet creature reveals the secrets of the sea to a young woman who soon finds herself brimming with extraordinary powers - just like a sorceress. An allegorical narrative full of allusions to Christian iconography as well as pagan rites. A choreography in primary colours set with rare intelligence to the glorious music of Carl Orff. A first essay in cine-Magick that feels as inspired by Kenneth Anger as by Nemesio M. Sobrevila.
Director
Agustí Villaronga
Country of production
Spain
Production Year
1976
Festival Edition
IFFR 2011
Length
23'
Medium
Betacam Digi
Language
Spanish
Producer
José María Forn
Production Company
Teide P.C.
Cast
Lala Goma