Sagrada Familia

Movie Uncharted Ruben Fleischer (2022)
In the middle of the search for Magellan's gold, Santiago Moncada (Antonio Banderas) finds his father in front of the Sagrada Familia. The latter, furious, does not trust his son anymore and is very severe towards his aspirations. It is then that Santiago Moncada decides to kill him.
Sagrada Familial
Sagrada Familia by Canaan. Wikimedia.

“I’m sorry father.”

Santiago Moncada (Antonio Banderas)

It is impossible to stop in Barcelona without taking advantage of the magnificence of the Sagrada Familia, the most famous monument in the city. The production of Uncharted has settled permanently in the Catalan city, sailing between the airport, the Gothic Quarter and the Sagrada Familia.

Happy to host the crew of a big-budget Hollywood film, the city offered a lot of largesse to Ruben Fleischer, the actors and its craftsmen. Nevertheless, no scene was shot in the Sagrada Familia itself. Only the square was used for a decisive sequence, during which the chief villain, played by Antonio Banderas, a native of Madrid, emancipates himself from the yoke of his father to go it alone and restore his family’s standing. An important scene with a backdrop that is impossible not to notice. The towers designed by Antoni Gaudi contrast with the blue of the sky and give the whole a picturesque look.


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Sagrada Familia
Sagrada Familia Uncharted. Tous droits réservés : Atlas Entertainment/Avi Arad Productions/PlayStatiion Productions/Columbia Pictures

La Sagrada Familia

The most famous unfinished monument in the world, the cornerstone of Antoni Gaudi’s work, the Sagrada Familia is the star of Barcelona.

Often cited as one of the finest examples of Catalan modernism, the Sagrada Familia began construction in 1882. At the time, Antoni Gaudi wanted to give the city its tallest building. Unfortunately,... Learn more about La Sagrada Familia

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By Gilles Rolland

Friday, February 18, 2022

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