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Alberto Sciamma is a Spanish film director and screenwriter born in Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain in 1961. He wrote and directed the 1996 film La lengua asesina, also known as Killer Tongue. Sciamma's other works include the 2001 mystery drama Anazapta starring Lena Headey and 2003 's Jericho Mansions starring James Caan and Geneviève Bujold .
Alberto Sciamma had suffered total rejection when he was touting the original script for The Killer Tongue. But after we got involved and Jason [Piette, the other co-director of Spice Factory] did some extensive rewriting, we were ready to go.
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May 16, 2019 · Alberto Sciamma: All of them were great locations; the sea and port in Italy, mountains and gorges in the Pyrenees, all the way from Marrakech to Tanger, even shooting in Tilbury was great fun. Each location presented a different set of challenges, but I was lucky to be working with two fantastic Producers; Alexa Waugh and Matt Hookings.