Nobody Knows Anybody
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Nobody Knows Anybody (Spanish: Nadie conoce a nadie) is a 1999 Spanish film written and directed by Mateo Gil.
|Nobody Knows Anybody|
|Directed by||Mateo Gil|
|Produced by||Gustavo Ferrada|
Enrique López Lavigne
Antonio P. Pérez
|Screenplay by||Mateo Gil|
|Based on||Nadie conoce a nadie by Juan Bonilla (writer)|
|Music by||Alejandro Amenábar|
|Edited by||Nacho Ruiz Capillas|
Amid the spectacular festivities of Holy Week in Seville, an aspiring novelist struggles with his work and pays his bills by composing crossword puzzles. A cryptic recording left on his answering machine demands that he include a certain word in a future puzzle and he becomes drawn into a spiraling tangle of mystery, danger, and confusion. Soon he's forced into participating in a real-life version of a computer game on the narrow streets of Seville with extremely high stakes for the entire city.
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