|Photography:||Juan Carlos Concejero|
|Producers:||Jaime de la Puente|
124' / 2013 / Spain
Antonio Vega's own voice will, finally, reveal unknown aspects of him that we have never heard about before. Over a period of four years in the presence of the writer Bosco Ussía and his recorder, the musician recounted impressions, moments from his biography, nostalgic memories and express wishes that can be heard, for the first time, exactly as they happened.
Antonio's voice will also journey through testimonies from his circle of nearest and dearest: his mother and brothers and sisters, his ex-wife. His other family, as he liked to call them: his band and a small group of friends; the mother of his beloved Marga, the old members of Nacha Pop and other people that were dear to him, will help to show us much more than the typical tortured picture that the media insisted on so frequently, and about which he used to make ironic jokes, in private, with a sense of humour that many will find unusual.
A musical work smattered with photos and unreleased Super8 film recordings, interviews that have never been seen, graphic documents, manuscripts and drawings which will be seen for the first time in this documentary. But we will also return to the places that marked his life and inspired a large number of his songs. Metaphorical sequences, in video clips, that are loyal to his dreamer spirit and allow us to enjoy his songs, yet again.
Paloma Concejero, with a degree in Journalism from the Media and Communication Science Faculty of the Complutense University of Madrid, started her professional career alongside Julio César Iglesias on the programme “La ventana de tu cuarto” (The window in your room) on Cadena SER, where she would later work for News Services. In May 1990, she became editor and presenter for the founding team of the Canal+ News Services, directed by José Mª Izquierdo.
At this same channel, and years later at CNN+, she would be in charge of the Culture section and slots on different themes. In 1999, she became presenter and editor-in-chief for the team that would launch the Culture and Trends show: No va +. After it finished, she ended up in Magacine, where she combined reports on film and cinema news with reports on filming.
From 2006 to 2008, she took charge of the start-up, direction and presentation of the daily show El álbum de la semana, a programme on which famous names from the national and international music scene would appear. Some time later, she joined the programme De par en par and the team of special programmes also at Canal+ as a copywriter.
She is currently directing the documentary series “Ochéntame otra vez” (Bring me back to the eighties) with the Ganga production company for TVE, which will be aired on channel 1 prime time.
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