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A list of films produced in Spain in 1989.

1989

Title Director Cast Genre Notes
1989
Bajarse al moro Fernando Colomo Verónica Forqué, Aitana Sánchez-Gijón, Antonio Banderas, Juan Echanove Comedy Based on the successful José Luis Alonso de Santos' play
Las cosas del querer Jaime Chávarri Ángela Molina, Manuel Bandera , Ángel de Andrés López , Amparo Baró Musical, Biopic Gay interest. The life of the singer Miguel de Molina.
Esquilache Josefina Molina Fernando Fernán Gómez, José Luis López Vázquez, Adolfo Marsillach, Ángela Molina, Concha Velasco, Ángel de Andrés, Amparo Rivelles Historical drama About Leopoldo de Gregorio, Marquis of Esquilache and Esquilache Riots.
La noche oscura (film) Carlos Saura Juan Diego, Julie Delpy, Fernando Guillén Historical Drama About San Juan de la Cruz
Si te dicen que caí Vicente Aranda Jorge Sanz, Victoria Abril, Antonio Banderas, Javier Gurruchaga Drama Juan Marsé's novel
El sueño del mono loco Fernando Trueba Jeff Goldblum, Miranda Richardson Thriller English language; Goya Awards winner
Amanece, que no es poco José Luis Cuerda Antonio Resines, José Sazatornil , Manuel Alexandre , Fedra Llorente , Luis Ciges ,Aurora Bautista , Fernando Valverde , Pastora Vega , Enrique San Francisco , Rafael Alonso , Gabino Diego , Cassen , Chus Lampreave , Violeta Cela , María Isbert , Ovidi Montllor Surreal comedy Cult film.
Moon Child Agustí Villaronga Entered into the 1989 Cannes Film Festival

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