The unexpected Barcelona: Feature film industry keeps up trusting in Barcelona's possibilities as a set. As an example of how versatile our city is, here are two of the feature films, which have taken place during February:
Popular and charming director Alex de la Iglesia chose the Sephora premises at the Triangle Shopping Center in Plaça Catalunya to shoot the last scenes of his black comedy "Crimen Ferpecto" (Ferpect Crime) starring Guillermo Toledo and Mónica Cervera. De la Iglesia managed to fit in the middle of the night one hundred people running up the shop escalator.
And the production company Zeppelins Integrals used one of the most unknown and hidden sets of the city for the TV-movie "Stockholm". Director Orestes Lara reproduced an alternative party at Torre Baró, an unfinished tower in the Nou Barris quarter.
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