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Director  Ignacio Ferreras
Music director  Nani Garcia
Country  Spain
7.6/10 IMDb

Genre  Animation, Drama
Duration  
Language  Spanish
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Release date  19 September 2011 (2011-09-19) (San Sebastian Film Festival)
Based on  Wrinkles  by Paco Roca
Writer  Rosanna Cecchini, Ignacio Ferreras, Paco Roca (comic book), Paco Roca, Angel de la Cruz
Awards  Goya Award for Best Adapted Screenplay, Goya Award for Best Animated Film
Cast  George Coe ((voice)), Tacho González ((voice)), Álvaro Guevara (Miguel (voice)), Casey E. Lewis (Doctor (voice)), Tyler Merna (Young modesto (voice)), Matthew Modine ((voice))
Similar movies  Movies about Alzheimers disease, Movies about old age, Animation

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Wrinkles (Spanish: Arrugas) is a 2011 Spanish animated drama film directed by Ignacio Ferreras, based on the comic book with the same title by Paco Roca. The story is set in a retirement home and revolves around the friendship between two elderly men, one of them in the early stages of Alzheimer's disease.

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Wrinkles was released to UK DVD and Blu-ray on April 28, 2014, following a limited theatrical release on April 18. Special features in this release include Wrinkles Animatic, Wrinkles Making Of, Peter Bradshaw reviews Wrinkles, Wrinkles Trailer, Wrinkles Teaser Trailer, and Recording the Music for Wrinkles.

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Original Spanish Cast

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  • Álvaro Guevara as Emilio
  • Tacho González as Miguel
  • Mabel Rivera as Antonia
  • English Dub Cast

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  • Martin Sheen as Emilio
  • George Coe as Miguel
  • Production

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    The film was produced through Perro Verde Films and co-produced by Cromosoma. The budget was two million euros. 75% of the animation work was done in Spain; the rest was outsourced to the Philippines.

    Reception

    Wrinkles premiered on September 19, 2011 at the San Sebastián International Film Festival. Neil Young of The Hollywood Reporter called the film "a genuine crowd pleaser deserving of the widest possible exposure" and "one of the most accomplished Spanish films, from any genre, of recent years." Young wrote: "Wrinkles takes a commendably unsentimental and nuanced approach to a complex subject, one that avoids melodramatic situations and simplistic characterizations while adhering to certain conventions of this particular subgenre.... There's no shortage of genuine poignancy here and though Nani Garcia's score largely hits conventional, predictable beats, each tear is hard earned and never simply 'jerked.' Ferreras' animation style is realistic and direct with close attention paid to tiny specifics of decor, clothing and gesture." Fionnuala Halligan wrote in Screen Daily: "Ignacio Ferreras worked on Sylvain Chomet's Oscar-nominated The Illusionist and he carries the flame forward here with the moving cel animation Wrinkles (Arrugas), easily one of the better films to emerge from San Sebastian this year." Halligan praised the characterisations of the two main characters and their relationship and wrote: "Some of the story's other aspects are more broadly sketched, however, and they could occasionally be accused of labelling out the pathos too liberally ... There are nicely-judged moments of humour, however, and Wrinkles restrains itself in a most dignified manner when it comes to the inevitable, but tender, denouement."

    References

    Wrinkles (film) Wikipedia
    Wrinkles (film) IMDb Wrinkles (film) themoviedb.org


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