Cuatro amores

Jorge Dorado



Jorge (43), a film director, finds some cassette tapes in which his mother, now sick with the Alzheimer's disease, tells how she emigrated alone to France, being still really young, in the midst of Franco’s dictatorship to give birth to her daughter Ester. This discovery will confront both siblings since Ester assures that Luisa is not the "perfect mother" that Jorge believes she is. To his surprise, Jorge discovers that Ester is right: Luisa has been lying to him about his father's identity all his life. Through the tapes, the film director begins a journey into the past seeking the truth, while witnessing at the same time Luisa’s struggle to be free during the second half of the 20th century.


Madrid, 1976. After having worked in several short films and as an advertising director, Dorado debuted as a cinema director in 2014 with “Mindscape”, starring Mark Strong, Brian Cox and Taissa Farmiga, and produced by Ombra Films with Studio Canal, Antena 3, Canal+, and distribued by Warner Bross in Spain.

In 2015 he joined the team of directors of the series "The Ministry of Time" which achieved unprecedented success in Spain. That same year he directed the television film "Teresa", Silver Medal at the New York Festival. In 2017 he directed, together with Enrique Urbizu, the series "Gegants" for Movistar +, and in 2018, he joined the team of directors of the two seasons of "El Embarcardero" (The Pier), MIM Award for the best series of the year. In 2019, he directed Dynamo's "Green Border" a series released on Netflix, in which he is Executive Producer. In 2020 the 6-episode series "The head" will be released, which he directs alone and is also the Executive Producer for Mediapro Studio, Hulu Japan and HBO Asia. He has been nominated for 3 Goya Awards.

Title: Cuatro amores

Year: 2021

Direction: Jorge Dorado

Script: Natxo López

Production Companies: Fasten Films