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Fernando Arrabal

Fernando Arrabal Terán is a Spanish playwright, screenwriter, film director, novelist and poet. Arrabal was born in Melilla, Spain, but settled in France in 1955; he describes himself as "desterrado", or "half-expatriate, half-exiled". Arrabal has directed seven full-length feature films; he has published more than 100 plays, 14 novels, 800 poetry collections, chapbooks, and artist's books; several essays, and his notorious "Letter to General Franco" during the dictator's lifetime. His complete plays have been published in a number of languages, in a two-volume edition totaling over two thousand pages. The New York Times theatre critic Mel Gussow has called Arrabal the last survivor among the "three avatars of modernism".


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Born:
Aug 11, 1932 In Melilla, España
Movie/TV Credits:
19
First Appeared:
In the movie He! Viva Dada 1965-09-05
Latest Project:
Movie La traversée du désir 2009-03-16
Known For
Poster of Amours décolorées
Poster of The Jodorowsky Constellation
Poster of Avec Mariola
Poster of Cinématon
Filmography
Movie La traversée du désir Unknown 2009-03-16
Movie Arrabal, Panik Cineast Himself 2007-01-01
Movie Avida Le Picador suicidaire 2006-09-13
Movie Amours décolorées Unknown 1998-02-02
Movie The Jodorowsky Constellation Himself 1994-01-01
Movie L'Artifice et le factice 1988-03-21
Movie Avec Mariola Unknown 1987-04-02
Movie Couple Himself 1986-01-18
Movie Lire Unknown 1986-12-07
Movie Jour Sa Vie Himself 1982-09-10
Movie The Hamburg Syndrome Ottakar 1979-11-22
Movie Cinématon N°442 1978-12-20
Movie Underground and Emigrants Unknown 1976-10-25
Movie Trap Le vendeur de pièges 1970-03-11
Movie Obszönität als Gesellschaftskritik? Himself 1970-10-20
Movie Arrabal 1969-05-16
Movie The Big Ceremonial Le vendeur de lingerie 1969-10-06
Movie Who Are You, Polly Maggoo? L'homme au savon à barbe 1966-10-21
Movie He! Viva Dada 1965-09-05