100 Meters

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100 Meters
100 Meters poster.jpg
Directed by Marcel Barrena
Starring Dani Rovira
Karra Elejalde
Release date
  • 4 November 2016 (2016-11-04)
Running time
108 minutes
Country Spain
Language Spanish

100 Meters (Spanish: 100 metros) is a 2016 Spanish film directed by Marcel Barrena.[1] The plot is based on the true story of a Spanish man with Multiple sclerosis who tried to finish an Iron-Man: 3,8 km swimming, 180 km cycling and 42 running. After he received his diagnosis he was told that he would not be able to walk 100 meters within a year. "100 metros" is the first fiction movie for cinemas directed by Marcel Barrena after his acclaimed documentary Little world a.k.a. MÓN PETIT , one of the most successful docs in spanish cinema. Starred by the spanish juggernauds Dani Rovira and Karra Elejalde (and Alexandra Jimenez, Maria de Medeiros, David Verdaguer...) the film is one of the most viewed movies in spanish cinema in 2016, and a frontliner in terms of profits. Netflix acquired the international rights for "100 metros" in Cannes Film Festival Market being one of the most important bids of the company in spanish cinema, the movie opened in the spanish box office in the 5th place, a great success for a movie participated for public spanish broadcast (the second place of the year just after Almodovar's "Julieta") and not distributed by a major. "100 metros" also was an important success in cinemas in Portugal, Greece... Sincer march 10th, "100 metros" is available on Netflix international.

AWARDS AND FILM FESTIVALS

100 METROS (2016) Gaudí Award for Best Supporting Actress (Alexandra Jiménez) Gaudí Award for Best Supporting Actor (Karra Elejalde) 11 Gaudi Awards Nominations, including Best Picture. Goya Awards Nomination for Best Supporting Actor. Forque Award Nomination for Values in Cinema. National Society of Neurology Special Award. Audience Award at Toulouse Film Festival.

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