Entertainment27 July 2022
Netflix presents the teaser trailer of Rainbow, the new film by Paco León that will have its world premiere at the San Sebastian Festival. It will be at the Velodrome next September 18 on a 400 square meter screen and in front of 3,000 people, a space that already hosted in 2018 the premiere of Arde Madrid, the series created by Paco León together with Anna R. Costa.
With a script co-written by Paco León and Javier Gullón, Rainbow bets on the mixture of different artistic disciplines such as dance, fashion, plastic arts and especially, music, to narrate, in an original and groundbreaking way, the initiation journey of a teenager in a free version inspired by the literary classic The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.
The choral and eclectic cast of Rainbow is headed by singer Dora -who makes her acting debut-, rapper and actor Ayax Pedrosa, Nigerian artist and cultural agitator Wekaforé Jibril (Spirit Disco) and established names such as Carmen Maura, Carmen Machi and Luis Bermejo. It is completed by Hovik Keuchkerian, Samantha Hudson, Carmina Barrios and Soraya Yasmin, and a special collaboration with Rosy de Palma and Ester Expósito.
Rainbow is produced by Telecinco Cinema in collaboration with Los amigos de Dorothy AIE and participated by Andy Joke and Colosé Producciones and will be released in theaters on September 23 and on Netflix worldwide on September 30.
Dora is a teenager with an extraordinary talent for music and an inner energy difficult to contain. After a strong argument with her father on her birthday, Dora leaves home in the company of her dog Totó and begins a journey in search of her mother, whom she has never met because she disappeared when she was a baby. Along the way she makes new friends with whom she embarks on a road trip to Capital City, but she also faces dangerous enemies who try to prevent her from discovering the mystery of her past. But Dora's vitality and magic help her reach the end of her journey, which is the beginning of another one.
About Telecinco Cinema
Telecinco Cinema is the film production company of Mediaset España. It has produced more than 80 films, 11 of them among the 20 most watched Spanish films, with extensive experience in the development of major projects with strong international projection such as Pan's Labyrinth, The Impossible, The Orphanage, A Monster Comes to See Me, Ocho apellidos vascos, Ocho apellidos catalanes, Perfectos desconocidos and Agora, among others. Producer of Paco León's films Carmina y Amén and Kiki, el amor se hace, in her career she has promoted the careers of young filmmakers who have become references in film directing with wide recognition within and outside our borders. He has won around 270 awards, including three Oscars, 79 Goya Awards, three BAFTAs and a Latin Grammy. Together with Rainbow, Telecinco Cinema will bring to the big screen this year Tadeo Jones and the Curse of the Mummy and The Fourth Passenger (BlaBlaCar).
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