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Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down! (9-Feb-1990)

Original Title: ¡Átame!

Director: Pedro Almodóvar

Writer: Pedro Almodóvar

Music: Ennio Morricone

Producer: Enrique Posner

Keywords: Romantic Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Victoria Abril
Actor
4-Jul-1959   Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down!
Antonio Banderas
Actor
10-Aug-1960   Zorro

CAST

Victoria Abril   ...   Marina Osorio
Antonio Banderas   ...   Ricky
Loles Leon   ...   Lola
Julieta Serrano   ...   Alma
María Barranco   ...   Médica
Rossy de Palma   ...   Camello en Vespa
y
Francisco Rabal   ...   Maximo Espejo
Lola Cardona   ...   Directora Psiquiátrico
Montse G. Romeu   ...   Periodista
Emiliano Redondo   ...   Decorador
Oswaldo Delgado   ...   Fantasma
Concha Rabal   ...   Farmacéutica
Alberto Fernandez   ...   Productor
Jose Maria Tasso   ...   Anciano Psiquiátrico
Angelina Llongueras   ...   Montadora
Manuel Bandera   ...   Bailarin tango
Virginia Diez   ...   Bailarina tango
Juana Cordero   ...   Dependiente Bombonería
Francisca Caballero   ...   Madre de Marina
Francisca Pajuelo   ...   Hija de Lola
Victor Aparicio   ...   Hermano de Lola
Carlos Ga. Cambero   ...   Hermano de Lola
Alito Rodgers   ...   Negro
Tamaki   ...   Camello
Almudena Gracia   ...   Enfermera
Agustin Almodovar   ...   Farmacéutico
Rodolfo Montero   ...   Guarda Jurado
Miguel Garcia   ...   Gitano Viejo
Pedro Losada   ...   Gitano Joven

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