Blancanieves

Blancanieves
Blancanieves

Year

2013

Duration

100 minutes

Genres

Drama, Silent

Language

No Dialogue (English subtitles)

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Synopsis

Since Walt Disney's animated musical Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs bewitched cinema audiences in 1937, the Snow White fairytale has produced several screen adaptations, ranging from the brightly-coloured Mirror Mirror to Snow White and the Huntsman's fast-paced action. Blancanieves relocates the story to 1920s Spain, and in this black and white silent movie, a young girl, Carmen, is cast out by her horrid stepmother. Rescued by a travelling troupe of bullfighting dwarfs, Carmen is able to utilise the skills her father taught her and reinvent herself as Blancanieves the mighty Matador.

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12 Classification

Contains bullfighting scenes and infrequent moderate sex references

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