Making-of documentary about Spanish auteur Iván Zulueta’s arthouse cult masterpiece “Arrebato” (1980) by Jesus Mora featuring interviews with cast and crew.
A Spanish architect interested in movies decided to help Zulueta financially. The planning was a 15-day filming. However, it was shot in real interiors owned by Zulueta and other friends, like Jaime Chavarri; and most of collaborators used drugs like heroin, that drove the planning and the budget to be highly increased. Pedro Almodóvar dubbed one of the female characters, but he was not credited. The relationship between the director and the producer was poorly damaged. Moreover, the film had a lot of problems to be commercially released due to its experimental and underground style; even though the dictatorship had fallen through. It was finally released in 1980. Ivan Zulueta was labeled as a problematic auteur and Arrebato became a cult movie.
Spanish | DVDRip | AVI | 692×576 | XviD @ 1500 kb/s | 663 MB
Audio: MP3 @ 160 kb/s | 2 channels | 00:55:26 minutes | Subs: English (hardcoded)