Juan Echanove Labanda is a Spanish actor. At Gijón International Film Festival in 2002, he received the Nacho Martinez Award. Manolete Alatriste. Bienvenido a casa Morir en San Hilario. Los Reyes Magos - voz -. Sin noticias de Dios Adiós con el corazón. Los años bárbaros Sus ojos se cerraron Siempre hay un camino a la derecha. Memorias del ángel caído Suspiros de España. La flor de mi secreto MadreGilda. Mi hermano del alma. Historias de la puta Mili,1993. Orquesta Club Virginia A solas contigo. El vuelo de la paloma Miss Caribe. Divinas palabras. Bajarse al moro. Tiempo de silencio. La noche más hermosa As director Visitando al Señor Green As actor El precio, by Arthur Miller. Cómo canta una ciudad. El verdugo, based on the film by Luis García Berlanga. El cerdo. Un paso adelante. Cuéntame cómo pasó. Hermanos de leche. Chicas de hoy en día Vísperas Turno de oficio Mucho más que dos "Juan Echanove". Es.movies.yahoo.com. Retrieved 20 July 2010. Web site of Juan Echanove Juan Echanove on IMDb
Sanxenxo is a municipality in Galicia, Spain in the province of Pontevedra. It is situated in the southern part of the O Salnés region, it is bathed by the Atlantic Ocean in the estuaries of Pontevedra and Arousa, which lie in its western areas. The municipality has a population of 17,077 inhabitants, it is a tourism destination. Sanxenxo is a favorite resort for Spanish public figures such as Amancio Ortega. Sanxenxo welcomed the Volvo Ocean Race 2005-2006 started on November 2005 from Vigo; the race organisation and the competing teams chose Sanxenxo as their base in Spain. An In Port race took place in Sanxenxo on November 5, it gave spectators a chance to see the race boats at close quarters. The 2013 edition of the Tour of Spain was held in the Rias Baixas, between August 24 to September 14. Sanxenxo was the goal in the first stage of La Vuelta 2013 that began in Vilanova de Arousa in a Batea, a wooden platform out in the water used for farming of mussels and scallops; the municipality borders the other municipalities of O Grove and Meaño in the region of Salnés and Poio in the region of Pontevedra.
In Galician, San Xenxo means patron saint of the town. The exonym in Castilian, Sangenjo was dismissed as an official place name officer by the Board of Galicia under the Law of Linguistic Normalization of June 15, 1983, so that since the official place name is Sanxenxo. A Lanzada: gravel beach for surfers which faces the open sea and has good surf all year round because it is not protected by the island of Ons as are the others. Sanxenxo shares this beach with the town of O Grove. Silgar: Silgar fills every summer with Spanish and foreign tourists; the Madame is a statue, in a rock that lies midway between the shore and the buoy and, emblematic of Sanxenxo. Baltar: Also known as Portonovo beach, separated from the beach at the tip of Sigar Vicano is a beach with a large green area behind, pursued its course in two walks, one of wood, small and unusual dunes near the village. This, together with Caneliñas conform Portonovo beaches. Caneliñas: small beach of fine white sand, it is usual to see young people enjoying the Covas, a strait of water between two rocks on one edge of the beach and is empty when the low tide.
Canelas: Caneliñas and after leaving the tip of Seam, we consider this beach dunes and small size, place of young people in the summer Portonovo. Paxariñas: hidden and nestled among the rocks this small beach is accessible by a drop enabled by the council. Montalvo: giving to the island of Ons and back to a notorious forest, the beach is between two separate campsites. Areas: a beach which come from tourism and the nearby municipalities of Pontevedra and Poio. Bascuas: small and quiet nude beach, the only such Sanxenxo around. Little or nothing visible from the main road Bascuas takes refuge from the wind through the rocks surrounding it. Lapa: situated in the parish of Noalla between Area Gorda beach, separated only by the island's physician, A Lanzada, presents a half-shell. A Nosa Señora: small cove situated at the foot of the shrine of A Lanzada, between beaches and Foxos Area Gorda. Presents an area of fine white sand and sand with fatter where the rocks are frequent and large boulders. Areas Gordas: Semi beach noted for the quality of its waters and its white and fine sand.
Panadeira: small and not deep sea has been at the center of the coastline of the village. Attached to a playground, is used by local people. Lavapanos: Small beach, situated in the centre of Sanxenxo. Other blue flag beaches are: Foxos Santa Mariña. Fran Rico, footballer Concello de Sanxenxo Galicia: the tourist guide Sanxenxo information Galicia Panoramics Sanxenxo webcam Sailing in Sanxenxo Volvo Ocean Race 2005-2006 in Sanxenxo La Vuelta 2013 in Sanxenxo "Sanxenxo: Turismo Rías Baixas"
Mondays in the Sun
Mondays in the Sun is a 2002 Spanish drama film directed by Fernando León de Aranoa, starring Javier Bardem, Luis Tosar and José Ángel Egido. The film depicts the degrading effects of unemployment on a group of men left jobless by the closure of the shipyards in Vigo, Galicia. After the closure of their shipyard in Northern Spain, a few former workers – Santa, José, Amador and Reina – keep in touch, they meet at a bar owned by their former colleague Rico. Santa is the most superficially confident and the unofficial leader of the group who dreams of one day going to Australia. A court case hangs over him that concerns a shipyard street lamp he smashed during a protest against the closure, which he claims to not want to pay, not because of the financial cost but of what it stands for. José is bitter that Ana, is employed while he is not; the gap between them is widening and he is fearful that she will leave him for a co-worker. Despite arthritic legs, Ana endures night shifts at a fish factory and thinks her looks are now lost.
Not everyone seems to agree, including her boss. Lino, an aging family man, doggedly pursues positions beyond his qualifications; the oldest member of the group, has degenerated into alcoholism after being abandoned by his wife. Reina has managed to find a job as a watchman at a football club. Lino attends job interviews despite applicants being near his son's age; this group of friends is observed by Nata, the landlord's teenage daughter who franchises her babysitting job to Santa. While babysitting, Santa invites his friends around to have a few beers outside where Serguei claims his career as an astronaut was forestalled by economic measures in the Soviet Space program. One night at the bar, Amador drinks too much and has to be assisted home by Santa, the two of whom share a long and meaningful conversation on the way back; as a result of his drunken state and the newly deepened friendship, who has never allowed any of the group to go inside his 4th floor apartment, lets Santa in to help him upstairs.
After putting Amador to bed, Santa goes to wash some glasses only to find that there is no running water, leading him to explore the apartment which he sees is rundown and in a state hardly better than if he were living on the street. Santa agrees to pay off the debt in court. After driving off with his lawyer, they drive past the newly-repaired street lamp where Santa tells the lawyer to pull over. Santa walks over to the lamp and smashes it again before driving off; that night, Santa goes to Amador's house to collect him to go to the bar but gets no response at the door. The flickering light above him brings attention to a caved-in roof. Santa steps backwards realising that the damage to the roof is due to Amador having jumped from his window while drunk, killing himself, his friends give him a dignified funeral albeit with a stolen floral arrangement. Meanwhile, Ana is at home packing in preparation to leave José, she waits for him on the couch with her bag on the floor. Upon returning from the funeral, José sits on the couch and lays across Ana's lap, telling her about the funeral and trying to make amends for the fighting they've been doing.
Ana pities him and begins to cry as well, placing a blanket over her bag and deciding to stay without José knowing she had intended to leave. That same day, Lino is waiting in line for another job interview and before being called for his turn, he looks ahead seeing a reflection of himself deciding that he is wasting his time looking for employment in such places. At night, the friends meet up again in the bar with the ashes of Amador and after pouring'one last drink' in his urn, they make a decision and set off to spread the ashes; the friends go down to the shipyard and find the ferry that they always took together and where it is implied that they met. Two of the men climb on board; the two on-board find a way to start the ferry. Once they get it started, the other two climb aboard and they set off for the middle of the passage. Upon getting there, they realise that each one of them thought another had brought the urn and that they had left it behind, they chortle. The group of friends stay out all night in the middle of the passage without any cares and by morning there is a large crowd around the ferry terminal watching the men from afar.
The men chat casually. Javier Bardem as Santa Luis Tosar as José Suárez José Ángel Egido as Paulino "Lino" Rivas Nieve de Medina as Ana Serge Riaboukine as Serguei Enrique Villén as Reina Celso Bugallo as Amador Joaquín Climent as Rico Aida Folch as Nata Fernando Tejero as Lázaro Laura Domínguez as Ángela Mondays in the Sun is available on DVD, it was released in the United States. The film is in Spanish with English subtitles; the film won five Goya Awards in 2003, including awards for Best Film, Best Director and Best Lead Actor. It was chosen by the Real Academia de Cine Español as Spain's pick for the 2003 Academy Awards over Pedro Almodóvar's Talk to Her, nominated for the Academy Award for Best Director, won Best Original Screenplay. Mondays in the Sun on IMDb Mondays in the Sun at Rotten Tomatoes
Juan Diego (actor)
Juan Diego Ruíz Montejo, is a Spanish actor who has appeared on stage, in television and film productions since 1957. Among his leading roles are San Juan de la Cruz in La noche oscura, Cabeza de Vaca in Cabeza de Vaca, Cochero in Déjeme que le cuente, Gildo in La Vida que te espera. Among his awards is the Silver Biznaga for Best Actor for Smoking Room. Juan Diego on IMDb
Julián Villagrán is a Spanish actor. He appeared in more than sixty films and television programs since 1997. Julián Villagrán on IMDb
Virtual International Authority File
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The data are available for research and data exchange and sharing. Reciprocal updating uses the Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting protocol; the file numbers are being added to Wikipedia biographical articles and are incorporated into Wikidata. VIAF's clustering algorithm is run every month; as more data are added from participating libraries, clusters of authority records may coalesce or split, leading to some fluctuation in the VIAF identifier of certain authority records. Authority control Faceted Application of Subject Terminology Integrated Authority File International Standard Authority Data Number International Standard Name Identifier Wikipedia's authority control template for articles Official website VIAF at OCLC