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5th(2003)



A Woman’s Daydream / Sueno de una Mujer Despierta

Azucena De La Fuente

  • Spain
  • 2002
  • 14min
  • 35mm
  • color

The film opens with a close-up of busy hands doing housework. Soon enough, you find out that they are the hands of a man with an apron. His wife comes home from work and complains to her husband for not having the lunch ready yet. The husband shouts, ‘you think I do nothing here all day?’ He sees another woman and says to her, ‘you’re not seeing me just for sex, are you?’ Yes, the film is called A Woman’s Daydream. Portraying the exchange of gender roles that might be possible in hundreds of years, the film reveals in the ends that all this was just the imagination of an abused housewife. (Jenna Ku)

Director

  • Azucena De La FuenteAzucena De La Fuente

    Azucena De La Fuente studied dramatic art at RESAD in Madrid and studied acting and directing actors in New York, both of which she herself does. As an actress, her filmography includes Semana Santa, The Disappearance of Garcia Lorca, and Goya in Bordeaux. As director, her first short film Tarde de Casting, received numerous awards at the various festivals.

Credit

  • ProducerAzucena De La Fuente
  • Cast Azucena De La Fuente, Angel Pardo Susana Maldonado
  • Screenwriter Susana Maldonado, Azucena De La Fuente
  • Cinematography Javier Valderas
  • Editor Paco Cubas