• Goya Awards and Nominations

    Best Screenplay, Best Supporting Actress, Best Actor
  • DDC Awards

    Best Actor, Best Spanish Film
  • Montreal Word Film Festival

  • Chicago Latino Film Festival

  • Malaga Film Festival

  • London Spanish Film Festival

Spanish with English subtitles

With Eduard Fernández, Michelle Jenner, Nathalie Poza, Petra Martínez, María Morales, Marta Larralde, Lucía Quintana.

Spanish machismo is picked apart with surgical precision in Mariano Barroso’s engrossing All the Women, the most tightly-focused and emotionally penetrating film in a quietly formidable body of work from the director Mariano Barroso.

Winner of the Goya, Spain’s answer to the Oscar, for Best Adapted Screenplay, Barroso’s provocative takedown of Spanish machismo follows Nacho (Eduard Fernandez), a down and out veterinarian, who seeks advice from the most important women in his life –his lover, his ex-wife, his mother, his sister-in-law and his psychologist– after his scheme to steal five horses from his father-in-law falls apart. He soon finds his character indicted by each one of them.

About the Director
Spanish filmmaker Mariano Barosso was trained in direction at the American Film Institute, the Sundance Institute and the Teatro Español in Madrid. He made his feature debut in 1993 with MI HERMANO DEL ALMA. Selected filmography: Éxtasis (1995), WASHINGTON WOLVES (1999), Kasbah (2000), Hormigas en la boca (2005), DARK IMPULSE (2012).

“A scaled-back, sharp-eyed, Mamet-inspired deconstruction of the fragile psyches of Spanish and other males, anchored in Eduard Fernandez’s memorable central performance.”Hollywood Reporter