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Monster of Many Noses (The)

Country: Spain, France, Language: Catalan, 90 mins

Original Title

L'home dels nassos
  • Director: Abigail Schaaff
  • Writer: Eric Moral, Núria Velasco
  • Producer: Lina Badenes, Ana Camacho, Jorge Velasco, Núria Velasco

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In the winter of 1968, in a small village in the mountains, the story follows three children who embark on a daring quest to evade the ominous Man of Many Noses, a formidable figure deeply ingrained in Catalan folklore. This sinister character is known for hunting down children who have spun too many lies on the final day of the year. But the children are not the only ones gripped by fear; the film also explores how lies from the past can have a haunting presence. The film follows a proven formula of taking a deeply rooted legend from Catalan folklore and transforming it into a universal story. The Man With Many Noses is a captivating exploration of history, myth, and the human condition.


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Cast & Characters

Ivan Benet (as Joan Farré)
Joan Frank Charansonnet (as Carles)
Pablo Derqui (as Pau Monsó)
Sali Diallo (as Clara Monsó (as Salli Diallo))
Genís Lama (as Milicià (as Genís Lama Montosa))
Mercè Llorens (as Júlia Monsó)
Corentin Lobet (as Vei 1)
Berner Maynés (as Joan Farré)
Malcolm McCarthy (as Owo)
Jeannine Mestre (as Eulàlia Monsó)
Lluc Miravete (as Ventura Farré)
Maria Molins (as Eulàlia Monsó)
Jorge Motos (as Pau Monsó)
Miranda Munné (as Lali Monsó)
Pep Munné (as Capità Nacional)
Ruxandra Oancea (as Xafardera)
Marc Tresserras (as Lluc 1938)