La Suite Nupcial

1h 32min | Spanish |  Carlos Iglesias

Fidel is a man who travels from Madrid to the city to spend a weekend in the honeymoon suite of Hotel Cigarral El Bosque with the young and beauty Marisa, a job partner and too aspiring actress..

 

Starring:

 

Santiago Segura,Paco Plaza,Esther Regina,José Mota,Carlos Iglesias

Release May 14-May 16 2021 

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Film Release

Theatrical release January 20th, 2020 in Spain and Andorra  

 

About the Director

 

Carlos Iglesias was born in Quintanar de la Orden (Toledo, Spain). His parents migrated to Switzerland until he was 13 years of age and then to Madrid and Alicante, both in Spain. He became an actor by accident while playing the part of an actor who had fallen ill in an independent theater group. He then went on to study at the RESAD (Real Academia de Arte Dramático, or Royal Academy for Dramatic Art).

 

He became first known for his role as Pepelu in Pepe Navarro's TV show "Esta noche cruzamos el Mississippi" ('Tonight We'll Be Crossing the Mississippi', 1995-97). Later on he played Benito, a thick-brush, sloppy painter in the TV series "Manos a la obra" ('Let's Get To It', 1997-2001). It was in this series that he finally became widely popular, as ratings were usually quite high, topping 6 million viewers in a population of 42m.

 

He directed his first big-screen movie, "Un franco, catorce pesetas", in 2006 ('Crossing Borders'). The movie plot (about the life of a Spanish immigrant in Switzerland in the late 1960s) is based on his parents' as well as his own experience as an immigrant.



"Ispansi!" (literally 'Spaniards!' in Russian, 2010) is his second movie as director. 

Dos francs, 40 Pesetas is his third movie as director in 2014