Belle Epoque


1h 48m 1993

Brief Synopsis

Spain, 1931. After deserting the army, an idealistic young soldier finds shelter in an isolated country house where a free-spirited painter lives with his four beautiful daughters.

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
1993
Production Company
Eurimages; Iberoamericana Films; Sogepaq S.A.
Distribution Company
CINEPIX FILM PROPERTIES PRODUCTIONS (CFP)/SONY PICTURES CLASSICS; Columbus Film Ag; Lucky Red; Newvision; Sony Pictures Classics; Sony Pictures Home Entertainment; Tobis Film

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 48m

Synopsis

Spain, 1931. After deserting the army, an idealistic young soldier finds shelter in an isolated country house where a free-spirited painter lives with his four beautiful daughters.

Film Details

MPAA Rating
Release Date
1993
Production Company
Eurimages; Iberoamericana Films; Sogepaq S.A.
Distribution Company
CINEPIX FILM PROPERTIES PRODUCTIONS (CFP)/SONY PICTURES CLASSICS; Columbus Film Ag; Lucky Red; Newvision; Sony Pictures Classics; Sony Pictures Home Entertainment; Tobis Film

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 48m

Award Wins

Best Foreign Language Film

1992

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Nominated for the 1994 British Academy of Film & Television Arts (BAFTA) Award for Best Film Not in the English Language.

Winner of nine 1992 Goya awards, including best film, best director, best screenplay, best actor (Fernando Trueba), best actress (Ariadna Gil), best supporting actress (Chus Lampreave), best original screenplay, best photography, best art direction and best editing.

Released in United States Winter February 25, 1994

Released in United States March 2, 1994

Released in United States on Video December 14, 1994

Released in United States September 1993

Released in United States October 1993

Released in United States January 1994

Released in United States April 1994

Shown at Toronto Festival of Festivals (Gala Presentations) September 9-18, 1993.

Shown at Vancouver International Film Festival October 1-17, 1993.

Shown at Palm Springs International Film Festival January 6-16, 1994.

Shown at WorldFest Houston International Film Festival April 15-24, 1994.

Shown at Cleveland International Film Festival April 7-17, 1994.

The seventh feature for Spanish filmmaker Fernando Trueba who marked his feature directorial debut with "Opera Prima" (Spain/France/1980).

Cinemascope

Released in United States Winter February 25, 1994

Released in United States March 2, 1994 (Los Angeles)

Released in United States on Video December 14, 1994

Released in United States October 1993 (Shown at Vancouver International Film Festival October 1-17, 1993.)

Released in United States January 1994 (Shown at Palm Springs International Film Festival January 6-16, 1994.)

Released in United States April 1994 (Shown at WorldFest Houston International Film Festival April 15-24, 1994.)

Released in United States April 1994 (Shown at Cleveland International Film Festival April 7-17, 1994.)

Released in United States September 1993 (Shown at Toronto Festival of Festivals (Gala Presentations) September 9-18, 1993.)