Carlos Saura, Vittorio Storaro’s ‘The King of the Whole World’ Is Snapped Up by Latido

“The King of the Whole World” (“El Rey de Todo el Mundo”), a musical drama directed by “Carmen’s” Carlos Saura and lit by “Apocalypse Now” cinematographer Vittorio Storaro,

Starring Ana de la Reguera (“Ana,” “Army of the Death”), Manuel García Rulfo (“Magnificent 7,” “Greyhound”), “The King of All the World” is fiction – so more in line with Saura’s Cannes and Bafta winning “Carmen” (1983) as well as “Tango” (1998), for which Saura has won international fame and Oscar nominations, than his latter-day, more informative documentaries. Damián Alcazar (“Narcos,” “La Delgada Línea Amarilla”) and Enrique Arce (“Money Heist,” “Terminator Dark Fate”) co-star.

Juxtaposing art and reality in a dizzy mix where it is not easy to distinguish the two, “The King of the Whole World” is described as a musical drama that turns on the need to dance, create and love and how hard all of this is in a dangerously ultra-competitive world.

Currently in post-production, where it has initiated its mixing, “The King of the Whole World” will be ready for delivery in the next few months.

 

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https://variety.com/2020/film/news/carlos-saura-vittorio-storaro-latido-ana-de-la-reguera-1234767834/