Salted Water Trailer

Salted Water Trailer (2005)

20 September 2005 Drama 94 mins

A young Cuban named Olga arrives in Spain with a scholarship convinced that she has landed the chance of a lifetime. Deciding to stay, she eventually becomes an illegal immigrant, suffering the brunt of marginalization and, unable to return home, having to get by as she can. Mari Jo is a young girl from a poor Valencian suburb, born into a family with nothing but problems. Fate has marked her life as she too becomes an outcast. Both end up working illegally in a furniture factory where they earn three times less than the minimum legal salary.

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Crew

Pedro Pérez Rosado

Pedro Pérez Rosado Production Design

Miguel Llorens

Miguel Llorens Cinematography

Raquel Medina

Raquel Medina Assistant Director

International Releases Dates

Spain 20 September 2005

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