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Se vende perro que habla, 10 euros (2012) Poster

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The script was originally written for Javier Bardem and Javier Cámara in 2004. That year in Spain, both actors were nominated at the Goyas (the Spanish Oscars) for best actors (for which Javier Bardem won that year). Also at the time, Javier Bardem was getting a lot of interest from Hollywood and he was frequently in the US for meetings and castings, for Steven Spielberg among others. Not being able to get the two biggest Spanish actors together on a common schedule for more than 2 years, director Lewis Martin Soucy eventually dropped the project. After shooting a feature in Spain in 2011 as a cinematographer, Lewis Martin Soucy told that story and pitched the script to Roque Madrid, a local producer, who loved the project and decided to produce and shoot it with a new cast after his feature wrapped.
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Camilo García, the dog's voice, is the Spanish dubbing voice actor of Anthony Hopkins, Harrison Ford, Gene Hackman and Gérard Depardieu, among others.
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Selected "Revelation - Coup de Coeur 2012" at the Short Film Corner, Cannes Film Festival 2012.
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Winner of the "Emerging Filmmaker Award" at the Cannes Film Festival 2012.
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Winner of the Audience Award - Runner Up at the Palm Springs International Shortfest 2012.
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The DVD includes a bonus version of the film, called the "Bonus 5 euros Version", with the dog's voice being performed by Luis Porcar, the usual Spanish dubbed voice for Michael Douglas, Chuck Norris, George Clooney and House M.Ds Hugh Laurie.
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Winner of the "Unifrance Award" at the Off Courts Trouville Film Festival 2012.
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The french dubbed version features 3 of the most famous voices in french dubbing: Jacques Frantz, lends his voice to Roberto Álvarez (the Buyer), and is the recurring french dubbing voice actor of Robert De Niro, Mel Gibson, John Goodman and Nick Nolte. 'Bruno Choel' lends his voice to Rikar Gil (the Seller) and is the recurring french dubbing voice actor of Johnny Depp, Ewan McGregor, Mark Wahlberg, and Matthew McConaughey. Patrick Poivey lends his voice to the Dog and is the recurring french dubbing voice actor of Bruce Willis, Don Johnson and Mickey Rourke.
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Winner of the Audience Award at the San Jose International Short Film Festival 2012.
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Was released theatrically in Los Angeles at the Grauman's Chinese Theatre in September 2012.
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The film qualified for the 85th Academy Awards (2013).
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Winner of the Audience Award at the at the San Diego Cinema Society "Evening of Award Winning Short Films" 2013.
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Winner of the Audience Award (Best Short Film - World Cinema) at the MAUI FILM FESTIVAL WEILEA 2013.
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Winner of the Audience Award at the Courts à L'Escurial 2015.
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