The Hands

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The Hands (Spanish: Las manos) is a 2006 Argentinean-Italian film directed by Alejandro Doria. The plot was inspired by the life and work of Catholic priest Mario Pantaleo. Doria and Juan Bautista Stagnaro wrote the screenplay. The film won one Goya Award.


Movie Awards and nominations

Argentine Film Critics Association Awards

  • Won: Best Costume Design
  • Nominated: Best Actor – Leading Role (Jorge Marrale)
  • Nominated: Best Actor – Supporting Role (Duilio Marzio)
  • Nominated: Best Actress – Leading Role (Graciela Borges)
  • Nominated: Best Art Direction (Margarita Jusid)
  • Nominated: Best Director (Alejandro Doria)
  • Nominated: Best Film
  • Nominated: Best New Actor (Esteban Perez)
  • Nominated: Best Screenplay – Original (Alejandro Doria and Juan Bautista Stagnaro)

Goya Awards (Spain)

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