This March 31, Friday of Dolores, the day that Holy Week begins, the first film by Rubin Stein Tin & Tinaa religious thriller with hints of terror.
Tin & Tina is starring Milena Smit, Jaime Lorente and the young Carlos Gonzalez Morollon y Anastasia Russo. In addition, it has the special collaboration of Teresa Rabal, Ruth Gabriel, Luis Perezagua y Chelo Vivares.
The film is based on the short film of the same name, nominated for the Golden Méliès for the best European fantastic short film. Winner of more than thirty international awards, it was screened at more than two hundred festivals around the world. Critics called it a “cult short” and it has even been dubbed into Russian, Japanese and Chinese.
the soundtrack of Tin & Tina is in charge of Jocelyn Areaone of the most versatile composers in the United Kingdom, author of the soundtrack of Eyes wide shutof Stanley Kubricko The good wifefilm starring Glenn Closeamong other.
Synopsis of TIN & TINA
When Lola (Milena Smith) loses the babies she was carrying, she also loses her faith in God. Hoping to get her back, she goes with her husband Adolfo (Jaime Lorente) to a nunnery where they meet Tin and Tina, two angelic seven-year-old brothers to whom Lola feels strangely attracted. Although Adolfo doesn’t feel the same way, they decide to adopt them. With the passage of time, Lola begins to fall into a spiral of suspicion and obsession with children and their macabre religious games.
Tin & Tina is produced by Olmo Figueredo González-Quevedo for La Claqueta PC and Tin y Tina AIE, in co-production with FilmGate Miami (USA) and Andarams Films (Romania). It is executive produced by Sara Gómez and Paola Sainz de Baranda and with the participation of Netflix and Canal Sur Radio y Televisión, with the support of ICAA and the Andalusian Agency of Cultural Institutions and with the collaboration of Latido Films. Filmax distributes the film in our country.
Director and screenwriter, Rubin Stein is the creator of the trilogy of black and white suspense short films Light darknesswhich includes Tin&Tina (2013), Nero (2016) y Flamenco dancer (2018). In total, the trilogy has received more than one hundred international awards and 500 selections at festivals, including nominations for the Fugaz Awards, a shortlist for the Oscars and a Goya Award nomination.