This film tells the story of a man who, following signs of good luck, buys a lottery ticket on the very day when he is run over by a car. When he is discharged from hospital, he finds out that his ticket –a winning number, indeed– is gone. In his desperate search for the lost ticket, he even tries to commit suicide. A masterpiece of amateur film containing unique images of Spain in the 1950s.
Silver Medal, Best novel filmmaker, Best script, Best actor; XVI Concurso Internacional de Cine Amateur de Barcelona (1953)
Antonio Crespo Pérez (1929-2009) worked as a journalist and secondary school teacher until 1982. He first approached the world of film in the 1940s, as a critic writing in different publications. He then founded several film clubs and associations. He shot Una aventura vulgar in 1953 and the film entered the Barcelona National Film Competition. Crespo Pérez taught Scriptwriting and Film Editing at CAAM and wrote several books on film teaching and aesthetics, alongside many essays and novellas.
Una aventura vulgar (1953)
Concierto de Varsovia (1954)
El misterio del castillo (1954)
Del Impresionismo al Arte Abstracto (1954)
La llamada (1958)
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