Luis Tosar
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Film
Cartel Celda 211
Cast
Luis Tosar... Malamadre
Alberto Ammann... Juan Oliver
Antonio Resines... José Utrilla
Manuel Morón... Ernesto Almansa
Carlos Bardem... Apache
Marta Etura... Elena
Luis Zahera... Releches
Fernando Soto... Armando Nieto
Vicente Romero... Tachuela
Manolo Solo... Prison Director
Patxi Bisquert... Jon Arteaga
Joxean Bengoetxea... Antxon Elorza 'The Teacher'
Anartz Zuazua... Asier Urruticoechea
Miguel Martín... Pincho
Félix Cubero... Germán
David Selvas... Ernesto Dueñas
Ricardo de Barreiro... Julián
Antonio Durán 'Morris'... Borrego
Jesús Carroza... Elvis
Suso Lista... Pitufo
Juanma Hernández... Rafa
Jesus Del Caso... Doctor

Crew
Director: Daniel Monzón
Screenplay: Jorge Guerricaechevarría and Daniel Monzón
Producers: Juan Gordon, Emma Lustres, Álvaro Augustín
Original Music: Roque Baños
Cinematographer: Carles Gusi
Editor: Mapa Pastor
Casting Directors: Eva Leira and Yolanda Serrano
Line Producer: Alicia Tellería
Production Designer: Antón Laguna
Costume Designer: Montse Sancho
Make up: Raquel Fidalgo
Hair: Inés Rodríguez
Sound Designer: Sergio Bürmann
Production Companies: MORENA FILMS, VACA FILMS, TELECINCO CINEMA
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Synopsis:

Juan Oliver wants to make a good impression at his new job as a prison officer and reports to work a day early, leaving his pregnant wife, Elena, at home. His destiny is forever changed by this fateful decision, as during his tour of the prison, an accident occurs that knocks him unconscious. He is rushed to empty cell 211.
As Juan recovers, the inmates of the high security cell block stage a riot and hijack the penitentiary. As the violence escalates, the remaining prison officers flee, leaving Juan stranded and unconscious in the heart of the prison. When Juan awakens, he immediately takes stock of the situation. In order to survive, he must pretend to be a prisoner. Juan develops a dialogue with the violent leader of the riot, Malamadre, and the two begin a partnership, Malamadre fully believing that Juan is a new inmate. As the drama heightens, unexpected shifts in character both within and outside the prison occur.

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