Closed Door

A puerta cerrada
Directed by Pedro Escudero
Produced by Fernando Ayala, Héctor Olivera
Written by Pedro Escudero
Starring Carlos Brown, María Aurelia Bisutti
Music by Rodolfo Arizaga
Cinematography Francis Boeniger
Editing by Atilio Rinaldi
Distributed by Aries Cinematográfica Argentina
Release date(s) 5 September 1962
Country Argentina
Language Spanish

A puerta cerrada (English language: Closed Door) is a 1962 Argentine film directed and written by Pedro Escudero, adapted from the play Huis Clos by Jean-Paul Sartre.[1]

Release

The film was released on 5 September 1962.

Cast

  • María Aurelia Bisutti
  • Carlos Brown
  • Elsa Dorian
  • Mario Horna
  • Miguel A. Irarte
  • Miguel Angel Iriarte
  • Inda Ledesma
  • Duilio Marzio
  • Susana Mayo
  • Mirta Miller
  • Frank Nelson
  • Manuel Rosón
  • Orlando Sacha

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