' The man who killed Don Quijote ' or the longest production shot in Spain

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At the tenth attempt, after thirty years with the project in his head (he began to sketch it in 1989) and 18 years after that frustrated shoot of 2000 (which was immortalized in the documentary Lost in La Mancha), Terry Gilliam has finally managed to finish The man who killed Don Quijote, who arrives this Friday, June 2, at our cinemas.

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'The man who killed Don Quijote': all his locations

Recorded in our country between March and May 2017, we go through all the locations that the director has used to capture his particular vision of the most famous gentleman in our literature.

Escena de la película el Hombre que mató a Don Quijote

Scene from the movie The Man Who Killed Don Quixote © Warner

Filming in Spain has taken place in the following enclaves (among them a Portuguese destination has been cast):

- Castle of the Ear

-Talamanca de Jarama

-Castle of Almonacid

-Monastery of Stone

-Gallipienzo

-Villacastín

-Christ's convent

-Castle of Viñuelas

-Fuerteventura

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'The man who killed Don Quijote': all his locations