300 Cinema

80 "fillers" showing opinions of great actors, directors and characters from the world of cinema on issues related to the celluloid and their personal lives. You can find such varied and fun reflections as Peter O'Toole, who thinks that "the current movie theaters are terribly ugly," or Woody Allen's explanation of how he does to stay in shape, Bruce Willis tells us about the importance of the message in a film, and Javier Barden confesses that it affects him when people speak badly about him, but that "assuming it is one of his responsibilities." The result is a very rich and diverse conglomerate that gives an idea of the life of actors and directors both in and out of the scene.

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Director: Agnès Herrero
Producción Ejecutiva: Josep M. Quintana
Year: 2005
Has appeared on television