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José Ramón Novoa

Directing

9 Movies0TV shows
0/9 rated

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About José Ramón

José Ramón is a 67 years old male from Montevideo, Uruguay. José is most well known for directing, and has 9 known credits, of which 9 are movies, and 0 are TV shows.

José Ramón’s highest rated movies

If you enjoy José Ramón’s movies you should definitely watch Solo (2014) José has worked on!

  1. Solo (2014)
  2. Sicario (1994)
  3. El Don (2006)
  4. A Distant Place (2010)
  5. Tamara (2016)

1. Solo (2014 Movie)

The best rated movie José Ramón has been a part of is the thriller movie Solo, where they had the role of directing. It has a rating 6.6 on IMDb.

2. Sicario (1994)

Sicario has a rating on 6.3 on IMDb . José Ramón worked on this drama movie as directing.

3. El Don (2006)

In El Don José Ramón was worked as director. This action, drama movie has a rating on 6.5 on IMDb.

4. A Distant Place (2010)

This drama, romance movie has a rating on 5.7 on IMDb. In A Distant Place José Ramón had the role of directing.

5. Tamara (2016)

José Ramón was a part of the movie Tamara as directing. This drama, romance, biography, lgbtq+ movie has a rating 7.0 on IMDb.

Frequently asked questions

When was José Ramón born?

José Ramón’s birthday is on 22 August 1954.

What is José Ramón’s gender?

José Ramón is male.

Where was José Ramón born?

José Ramón was born in Montevideo, Uruguay.

What is José most known for?

José Ramón is most known for directing. José has worked on 9 movies and 0 TV shows.

What is José Ramón’s highest rated movie?

The best rated movie they have been a part of is Solo, which has a score of 0.0.

José’s Filmography

Executive producer. Thomas is a military officer with a successful career. He is married to Teresa and is the father of Lucas, a blind child, but with a view of the world beyond the visible. Despite his blindness, Lucas can see things that others can not see and hear things that others can not hear. He knows that something shocking will happen.

Executive producer. Jairo is a teenager living in a marginal world, in a neighborhood full of drugs and assaults. Tired of poverty and his family hell, he is forced to resort to violence. He thinks his only way out of misery through the world of crime, so he decides to participate in an assault to get money with which to regain their dignity.

Executive producer. From absolute poverty to absolute power! "El Don" is the saga of a common man with uncommonly fierce ambition who rises to rule an empire of unspeakable evil only to discover that the love he thought he had forgotten still rules what is left of his heart.

Executive producer. Julian, a renowned photographer who has reached forty years, he discovered a cancer that undermines their strengths and taking away all hope. But he has a dream, a vision that changed his life. He dreams of a picture that has ever taken. Julian travels to the faraway place, and find the photo, a woman and a freak accident, finding also that your life will change forever.

Executive producer. The story of a lawyer's journey to overcome his fears and the social boundaries in order to become what he always dreamed: a woman like any other.

Executive producer. "Des-authorized" is the combination of three stories, three realities that coexist and feed. The journey begins in the imagination of Elia K, the principal, who imagines Elijah, a character who is a poor playwright facing the crossroads to be true to his art, or succumb to the pressures of the producers must decide his work between surrender or pay the price of his freedom. On another level, we have Nina and Frederick, the protagonists of the work that Elijah is writing. They only seek to love, they are forced to leave the paper and press the Elijah to them the end that his story deserves, this is the starting point of "Des-authorized" a film set in an imaginary city , colorful and delusional. In the line of "Amelie" and "Stranger Than Fiction", brings a reflection on art, creativity, love and heartbreak.

Executive producer. Devil Gold is director José Novoa's third collaboration with producer Elia Schneider, and like the previous two films, Huelepega (or Glue Sniffer, which Schneider directed in 2000) and Sicario (1994), the film is a thriller-melodrama that focuses on a real-life problem plaguing Venezuela, with an emphasis on how the conditions affect children. Thus, after a few titles explaining the impact that gold mining has had on the country's Amazon region, along with helicopter footage (later to be blended into the narrative) of the ecologically devastated area, the film settles in on the lawless shanty town of Payapal for its narrative. Gallego (Armando Gota) runs the mine, exploiting his cheap labor force. Aroldo (Pedro Lander) breaks into Gallego's safe and steals his gold, along with a good deal of gold that Gallego was holding for his workers. Aroldo involves the unwitting Carmen (Jenny Noguera) in the robbery, and, when they are discovered, he shoots and kills Gallego's young son.

Executive producer. Jorge plans to sell the family plantation so that he and his wife, Aida can leave the country. Story centers on events which take place during the two days and a night of negotiations for the sale with two visiting men.

Executive producer. Oliver flees from abuse of his family and seeks refuge in the violent streets of Caracas, where survival is only possible in an environment of corruption, crime and sniffing glue to escape hunger, like other children in the same situation. Soon, the child becomes part of the clashes between drug gangs and corrupt policemen.

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