Release date1 March 1982 (1982-03-01) WriterJose Luis Garci (screenplay), Jose Luis Garci (story), Angel Llorente (screenplay), Angel Llorente (story) Music directorCole Porter, Johann Pachelbel ScreenplayJose Luis Garci, Angel Llorente, Roman Gubern, Jaime Camino CastAntonio Ferrandis (Antonio Albajara), Encarna Paso (Elena), Agustin Gonzalez (Gervasio Losada), Jose Bodalo (Roxiu), Marta Fernandez Muro (Carolina) Similar moviesDirected by Jose Luis Garci, Spanish movies
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Begin the Beguine (Spanish: Volver a Empezar) is a 1982 Spanish film written and directed by José Luis Garci, starring Antonio Ferrandis. The plot follows the story of a Spaniard who returns to his homeland after many years in exile when he wins the Nobel Prize in literature. Its original Spanish title is Volver a Empezar, which means Starting Again.
The film won the 1983 Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, and was the first Spanish film to do so.
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It is the year 1981, the famous writer Antonio Albajara (Antonio Ferrandis) arrives at Gijón, his hometown, from Stockholm, where he has just received the Nobel Prize in Literature. For forty years, Albajara has been a professor of medieval literature at the University of California, Berkeley. He has alternated his teaching with the literary production that has given him worldwide fame. In Gijón, Antonio is reunited with Elena, his first and great love, before he was forced to his exile in 1937 Civil War. However, this visit is not definitive because a serious and deadly disease affects the writer.
Antonio Ferrandis - Antonio Albajara
Encarna Paso - Elena
Agustín González - Gervasio Losada
José Bódalo - Roxu
Marta Fernández Muro - Carolina
Pablo Hoyos - Ernesto
Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film (1983)
Prize of the Ecumenical Jury at the Montreal Film Festival (1982)