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Ángela Molina : Actress Height, Weight, Age, Movies, Biography, News, Images & Videos

Ángela Molina Tejedor is a Spanish actress, and a daughter of Antonio Molina, Spanish singer and actor

Ángela Molina
Name : Ángela Molina
Birth Date : 03 October 1955
Birth Place : Madrid, Spain
Nationality :
Height : 1.63 m
Occupation : Actress

Ángela Molina Movies and TV Shows

  • 1492: Conquest of Paradise [8 October 1992 (Spain)]

    Determined to find a new sailing route to India, Christopher Columbus (Gérard Depardieu) convinces Spanish Queen Isabella (Sigourney Weaver) to finance an expedition. Setting sail with three ships, Columbus quells potential mutinies until the men arrive in North America. After his triumphant return home, Columbus is appointed governor of the new territory, but his dream of a peaceful new world does not fit with nobleman Don Adrian de Moxica's (Michael Wincott) visions of conquest.… MORE

  • A Woman in the Rain [1992]

    On a rainy afternoon, Mercedes meets two very different men for the first time: Ramón, who is serious and formal, and Miguel, who is carefree and bohemian. Even though she likes Miguel more, she starts dating Ramón because he makes her feel safe.

  • All You Ever Wished For [Barry Morrow]

    A fashion executive's trip to Milan takes a bad turn when he is kidnapped and held for ransom money. Little does he or his abductors know that the small cottage they end up spending the night in is under a gypsy love spell.

  • Anna’s Summer [10 January 2002 (Germany)]

    A Jewish woman of Greek and Spanish background, Anna (Ángela Molina) returns to sell her childhood home near the Mediterranean Sea. While Anna contemplates the many family members that she has lost, she looks back at various phases of her life, including her time in Berlin, where she was befriended by the kind Max (Herbert Knaup) during a tense political rally. As memories wash over Anna, she begins to reconsider selling the house that carries such significance for her.… MORE

  • Baarìa [25 September 2009 (Switzerland)]

    From the 1920s through to the 80s, follow the story of Peppino, who comes from a poor shepherding family. The film tracks both Peppino's romance with local beauty Mannina and his political awakening - which will take him to the upper reaches of the Communist Party - as well as the social changes within the town: life under the Fascists, the influence of the Mafia, and the dominance of the Catholic Church and Christian Democrats.… MORE

  • Bad Women [30 November 2001]

    When a young woman is wrongly imprisoned, she discovers the completely different world of the female inmates who seem to have found the formula for freedom.

  • Barbarossa [2 October 2009 (Milan)]

    A young man and his army challenge German ruler Frederick Barbarossa (Rutger Hauer) in the 12th century.

  • Bearn o la sala de las muñecas [14 April 1983 (Spain)]

  • Black Litter [June 1977]

    A Spanish teenager (Jose Luis Alonso) longs to aid terrorists in attacking those they consider traitors.

  • Broken Embraces [8 April 1999 (Spain)]

    A Greek saying states that only women who have washed their eyes with tears can see clearly. This saying does not hold true for Manuela. The night a car ran over her son Esteban, Manuela cried until her eyes ran completely dry. Far from seeing clearly, the present and the future become mixed up in darkness. She begins looking for his father who has become a transvestite.… MORE

  • Camorra (A Story of Streets, Women and Crime) [23 January 1986 (Naples)]

    A woman's (Ángela Molina) ex-boyfriend (Harvey Keitel) is suspected in the ritual executions of Naples drug traffickers.

  • Carnage [13 November 2002 (France)]

    Characters (Chiara Mastroianni, Ángela Molina, Lio) come upon various body parts of a bull that was slain in the ring.

  • Demons in the Garden [18 October 1982 (Spain)]

    In the early years of Generalissimo Franco's rise to dictatorship following the Spanish Civil War, playboy Juan (Imanol Arias) juggles two girlfriends, Ana (Ana Belén) and Angela (Ángela Molina). When his upright older brother, Oscar (Eusebio Lazaro), marries Ana, Juan leaves the family business to join Franco's government. A decade later, while Angela's illegitimate son, Juanito (Álvaro Sánchez Prieto), recovers from a life-threatening illness, Juan returns in desperate straits.… MORE

  • Diary of a Nymphomaniac [17 October 2008 (Spain)]

    A woman's (Belén Fabra) voracious sexual appetite leads her to prostitution.

  • El árbol de la sangre [31 October 2018 (Spain)]

    While writing a story about their families' shared history, a young couple reveal secrets from the past, and one of them must make a painful confession.

  • Far from Men [14 January 2015 (France)]

    In 1950s Algeria, a schoolteacher (Viggo Mortensen) agrees to deliver an admitted murderer (Reda Kateb) to a French court for trial.

  • Half of Heaven [10 October 1986 (Spain)]

    When impoverished Rosa (Ángela Molina) ignores a prophecy made by her psychic grandmother, Abuela (Margarita Lozano), and marries an itinerant knife-sharpener, a streak of terrible luck ends with her new husband dead. The widowed Rosa moves with her young daughter, Olvido (Carolina Silva), to work in the home of Don Pedro (Fernando Fernán Gómez), a wealthy man who fast becomes a champion of her cooking. When Rosa decides to explore her culinary talents, the winds of fortune begin to change.… MORE

  • Heart of the Forest [February 1979]

    Ten years after the Spanish Civil War, a returning exile seeks a loyalist fighter hiding in the hills.

  • Krapatchouk [7 April 1993]

    Two Slavic laborers (Guy Pion, Piotr Zaitchenko) are stranded in Paris when officials question the existence of their obscure republic.

  • La ciutat cremada [20 September 1976]

    A family is dragged into a bloody confrontation between the Spanish army and the working classes of Barcelona.

  • Las cosas del querer II [1995]

  • Laura, del cielo llega la noche [14 September 1987]

  • Live Flesh [25 December 2000 (USA)]

    While travelling to Mexico to find work, John Grady Cole and his friend Lacey Rawlins meet the young Alejandra, an aristocrat's daughter. But they soon land in trouble with the law.

  • Neon Flesh [21 January 2011 (Spain)]

    Hoping to earn his mother's respect, a young hustler-turned-businessman tries to open a brothel with his two useless buddies.

  • Oedipus Mayor [23 August 1996]

    In war-torn Colombia, a man makes a shocking discovery in this updated version of the ancient Greek tale of Oedipus.

  • One of the Hollywood Ten [9 November 2001 (Spain)]

    This biographical drama, based on the life of Herbert Biberman (Jeff Goldblum), follows the filmmaker as he gets blacklisted along with other prominent Hollywood figures. Although his wife, Gale Sondergaard (Greta Scacchi), is a successful, Oscar-winning actress, Biberman is still singled out as a communist. Biberman is eventually jailed for refusing to answer questions about his alleged communist ties, and later decides to make a film about the plight of the worker without Hollywood funding.… MORE

  • Snow White [26 September 2012 (Barcelona)]

    Rescued from her evil stepmother (Maribel Verdú) by dwarves, a young woman (Macarena García) becomes a bullfighter like her late father.

  • South from Granada [10 January 2003 (Spain)]

    During the 1920s a British writer (Matthew Goode) takes up residence in a rural Spanish village.

  • Stones [8 February 2002 (Spain)]

    A group of women living in Madrid are navigating troubled, complicated and often comic lives. Adela (Antonia San Juan) is conflicted about running a brothel and raising her disabled daughter (Monica Cervera). Wealthy Isabel (Ángela Molina) is obsessed with a fortune teller who reads feet instead of palms. Maricarmen (Vicky Peña) drives a taxi and is raising her late husband's children. Leire (Najwa Nimri) is having trouble finding inspiration. All the women must struggle to forge a new life.… MORE

  • Streets of Gold [14 November 1986]

    A bitter Soviet emigre (Klaus Maria Brandauer) trains two Brooklyn street boxers (Adrian Pasdar, Wesley Snipes) for bouts with a visiting Soviet team.

  • That Obscure Object of Desire [17 August 1977 (France)]

    After dumping a bucket of water on a beautiful young woman from the window of a train car, wealthy Frenchman Mathieu (Fernando Rey), regales his fellow passengers with the story of the dysfunctional relationship between himself and the young woman in question, a fiery 19-year-old flamenco dancer named Conchita (played alternately by Carole Bouquet and Angela Molina). What follows is a tale of cruelty, depravity and lies -- the very building blocks of love.… MORE

  • The Borgia [9 March 2007 (Spain)]

    In the 16th century, the daughter (Paz Vega) of a Spanish nobleman joins a convent and becomes a spiritual leader.

  • The Bride Was Beautiful [12 February 1987 (Italy)]

    The Bride Was Beautiful is a 1986 Hungarian-Italian drama film directed by Pál Gábor.

  • The Cave of the Golden Rose [22 December 1991 (Italy)]

    Fantaghirò is a fantasy television film produced by Reteitalia, directed by Lamberto Bava and starring Alessandra Martines. It originally aired in 1991 as a two-parter, and hence has been known in certain video releases and airings as double-set of Fantaghirò 1 and Fantaghirò 2.

  • The Children Thief [25 September 1991 (France)]

    The Children Thief is a 1991 French drama film directed by Christian de Chalonge.

  • The Eyes, the Mouth [10 September 1982 (Italy)]

    A man returns to his family after his brother's death by suicide. While trying to make his mother believe that it was an accident, he meets the deceased's girlfriend, and becomes her lover.

  • The Lark Farm [31 October 2001 (Spain)]

    Receptionist Angela (Paz Vega) begins dating Joaquin (Sergi López), her superior at the advertising agency where she works, and it feels like an eternal love. They are soon married, but, after Angela gets pregnant, the passion of their relationship turns to conflict. One night, Joaquin strikes Angela, beginning a cycle of abuse and reconciliation. When Angela finds the courts unresponsive to her plight, she seeks other means to protect herself and her child from her husband's rage.… MORE

  • The Last Suit [March 2019 (Yardley)]

    An 88-year-old Jewish tailor named Abraham embarks on a long journey to try and find the man who saved him from certain death during the Holocaust.

  • The Lost Brother [10 March 2017]

    After years of estrangement, Cetari returns to his hometown after his mother and brother are murdered to take care of their remains. While there, he meets a local thug who offers him a cut if he helps pull off an insurance scam.

  • The Man Who Knew Love [10 August 1978 (Spain)]

    The Man Who Knew Love is a 1976 Spanish biographical film based on the life of San Juan de Dios. It was directed by Miguel Picazo, an acclaimed Spanish director of the '60s, and stars Timothy Dalton, Antonio Ferrandis, José María Prada, and Victoria Abril.

  • The Man Who Lost His Shadow [August 1991]

  • The Sea [14 April 2000 (Spain)]

    Four children suffer emotionally and physically in adulthood after witnessing many executions by pro-Franco villagers.

  • The Things of Love [3 October 1989 (Madrid)]

    A performer (Ángel de Andrés López) takes a string of male lovers, while his pianist friend (Manuel Bandera) pines for a loose singer (Ángela Molina) in 1940s Spain.

  • The Unknown Woman [20 October 2006 (Italy)]

    A Ukrainian woman insinuates herself into the lives of an Italian family. She becomes the trusted maid and nanny to their young daughter, risking everything to uncover the truth about the family.

  • The Way [19 November 2010 (Spain)]

    An American father travels to France to retrieve the body of his estranged son, who died while attempting the pilgrimage to Spain's Santiago de Compostela. He resolves to take the journey himself, in an effort to understand both himself and his son.

  • Tini - The New Life of Violetta [23 April 2016 (Amsterdam)]

    A teen star ventures out to the Italian countryside for a summer and emerges a new artist.

  • To an Unknown God [16 September 1977 (Spain)]

    To an Unknown God is a 1977 Spanish film directed by Jaime Chávarri. The film is about an aging man coming to terms with his homosexuality and mortality. It was a pioneer in its frank and mature examination of homosexuality.

  • Traffic Jam [12 January 1979 (Italy)]

    A powerful businessman (Alberto Sordi), a middle-aged couple and a pregnant suburbanite suffer during a monster traffic jam.

  • Wind with the Gone [October 1998 (USA)]

    A cabdriver (Vera Fogwill) journeys to a remote Patagonian village where ragtag films provide the only source of entertainment.

  • With Closed Eyes [13 December 1994 (Rome)]

    With Closed Eyes is a 1994 Italian drama film written and directed by Francesca Archibugi. It is based on the novel with the same name written by Federigo Tozzi. For his performance Marco Messeri won the Nastro d'Argento for best supporting actor.

  • You Can't Save Yourself Alone [5 March 2015 (Italy)]

    You Can't Save Yourself Alone is a 2015 Italian romantic drama film directed by Sergio Castellitto. It is based on a novel with the same name written by Margaret Mazzantini. The film received three nominations at the 2015 David di Donatello Awards, for best actor, best actress and best original song.

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What is birthdate of Ángela Molina?

- 03 October 1955.

What is BirthPlace of Ángela Molina?

- Madrid, Spain.

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What is Height of Ángela Molina?

- 1.63 m.

What is Age of Ángela Molina?

- 68.

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