Top 10 similar words or synonyms for oscuridad

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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for oscuridad

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En la ardiente oscuridad An English translation of the play by Dr. Marion P. Holt was published in 1987. This translation had its first staging at the University of Missouri in October 1969.
En la ardiente oscuridad The play has been interpreted by some critics as an allegory, and the blindness of the students is seen to be a metaphor for the Spanish people's "blindness" in their passive acceptance of the totalitarian rule of Francisco Franco's dictatorship. The role of Carlos in the play is analogous to that of Franco: like the dictator, Carlos convinces the blind students into believing they are happy with their current state. Carlos also murders the resistance (i.e. Ignacio), much as Franco ordered the assassination of republican resistance leaders.
En la ardiente oscuridad One of Buero Vallejo's stage effects in this play is the darkening of the theater during a crucial conversation between Ignacio and Carlos to simulate for the audience the experience of blindness.
En la ardiente oscuridad The play was adapted for cinema, and the film "En la ardiente oscuridad" was released in 1958, though not in the United States. Performances of the play itself in the US are rare; for example, none of Buero Vallejo's plays has been presented on Broadway.
En la ardiente oscuridad En la ardiente oscuridad (In the Burning Darkness) is a play by Antonio Buero Vallejo, written in 1947, which made its debut in in Madrid on 1 December 1950. A film of the same name was produced in 1958.
En la ardiente oscuridad The play centers around Ignacio, who is admitted to an institute for the blind, managed by Don Pablo. Everything there is so perfectly arranged that the students do not mind the fact that they cannot see. Ignacio, however, always refuses to accept his blindness and struggles to find his way around. He meets a group of blind people there who appear to be happy, but his sense of dissatisfaction at losing the most marvelous of the senses is contagious and spreads through the group. Carlos, one of the students at the institute, attempts to ease his depression but does not succeed. Carlos is rightfully suspicious of the friendship between his girlfriend Juana and Ignacio, who ends up seducing her. (Juana feels more compassion for Ignacio than anyone else.) One fateful night, Ignacio and Carlos are arguing. Ignacio tries to convey to Carlos what a blind person who longs to see feels. The idea disturbs Carlos profoundly. Don Pablo and Doña Pepita walk in. Ignacio goes outside to the playground. The remaining three talk for a while and reaffirm the sentiment that Ignacio has to leave. Carlos then also goes out to the playground. Pepita idly stands by the window when she sees something that horrifies her. Suddenly, Ignacio is brought in by other boys, who lay him on the sofa. He is dead - murdered by Carlos because Carlos could not stand Ignacio's forcing him to face reality. The immediate assumption is that Ignacio committed suicide. However, Doña Pepita admits to Carlos that she knows that he, Carlos, murdered him but can't confirm it. She says, "It occurred to me to get up and go to the windowsill. I didn't do it. But if I had, I would have seen someone climb the stairs of the slide with the body of Ignacio, unconscious or dead. Later, from above, the body would fall, without thinking about the eyes of others... But I didn't see anything, because I didn't get up." The uncertainty is never solved because the students at the school seem content with the accidental ruling. It is only then that Carlos realizes he is more affected by being blind than he was willing to admit, and the play ends with this realization.
Un grito en la oscuridad Un grito en la oscuridad, is a Mexican telenovela produced and originally transmitted by Teleprogramas Acapulco, SA.
Seis días en la oscuridad The execute the plan and his father pays the ransom; leaving the money in the garbage basket of a local night club. Later on Claudio asks his friends to leave him in the highway to pay off the corrupt cops. The next morning when Vampiro arrives at university he's called to the principals office where two police officers are waiting together with Ximena, (Claudio’s girlfriend) and Marsolo. After the police inform them that Claudio has been kidnapped, the pair lie and claim to know nothing.
Seis días en la oscuridad Several actors and actress auditioned for the film including Ana de la Reguera Gael Garcia Bernal and Ana Serradilla but the small budget caused different actors to star in the film.
Seis días en la oscuridad Principal photography for "Seis dias en la oscuridad" started in Mexico City in December 2001. The film was shot on 35 mm film. After 15 shooting days, the film ran out of money; it took 1 year for investor Robert Kistner to finish the production. The film finally wrapped up principal photography in late July 2002.