Social networks have been filled with senses farewell messages to Mario Camus, both known names and anonymous, who have remembered their two best-known titles, hive and innocent saints.
"The innocent saints and the nice milana welcome you in heaven," said an admirer of the Santander Carreparm, died today at 86 years old.
One of the first to react has been Ana Belén, who worked with Camus in the Fortunata and Jacinta series (1980) and in the hive (1982).
"Life, sometimes, gives you the luck to meet people with whom the work becomes something extraordinary: Mario Camus has been one of them. His magisterium and intelligence will be in those who met him and wanted," has written the Actress on his Twitter.
Producer Enrique Lavigne has remembered that in addition to having been awarded at the Cannes Film Festival for Innocent Saints - Francisco Rabal and Alfredo Landa were ex Aequo the award for better male interpretation - was responsible for many of the titles starring Raphael and Sara Montiel.
And today, he adds, he has gone "without making noise", as he received the Cannes Award, "Without Posturese", by "one of the best adaptations that have never been shot here."
Opinion shared by the writer Martín Casariego, who considers Camus the director "one of the great films of any time and place", in a great adaptation of the extraordinary novel by Miguel Delibes.
The Miguel Delibes Foundation has also wanted to express its sadness for the death of Camus, as well as the Santander International Film Week, who has qualified the filmmaker of "Referent of the Film World".
"A Santander who leaves a great legacy for the cinematographic and cultural history."
The Minister of Culture and Sport has sent a brief condolence through Twitter and says that "His work will always accompany us."
Goya of Honor Award in 2011, the Academy of Cinema has highlighted that Mario Camus is the author of Spanish cinema classics. And in addition to the innocent saints or the hive, he has remembered titles like the days of the past (1977) or that woman (1968).
"His cinema, he woke up consciences. He was one of the greatest filmmakers we have had in our country. His work will be among us as an essential cultural legacy," Silvia Marsó said.
But if something is repeated in the networks, it is the great adaptation that he performed from the innocent saints and the wonderful interpretations of Rabal, Landa and Terele Pávez.
It's time, many say, to read the novel and watch the movie.Date Of Update: 21 September 2021, 06:28