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TECHNICAL DATA

Direction
Víctor García León
Script
Víctor García León, Sebastian Maharg.
Production Co.
Gonita, II Acto, Apache Films.
Production
Jaime Gona, Víctor García León, Enrique López Lavigne.
Cast
Santiago Alverú, Macarena Sanz, Javier Carramiñana, Pepe Ocio, Alicia Rubio, Clara Alvarado, Isabel García Lorca, Jesús Hierónides.
Photography
Eva Díaz, color.
Editing
Buster Franco.
Music
Christian Tosat.
Length
89'
Format
2.35
Type
Long-length film
World Sales
Latido Films. Veneras 9-3º, 28013 Madrid (España). Tfno.: +34 915 488 877. Fax: +34 915 488 878. latido@latidofilms.com
In Spain
Vértigo Films. Carranza 25, 7ª planta, 28004 Madrid (España). Tfno.: +34 915 240 819. Fax: +34 915 232 719. info@vertigofilms.es

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Víctor García León | Spain | 2017

SYNOPSIS

Bosco’s life falls apart on the day his father —a corrupt Minister— is sent to prison. Betrayed by friends, left by his girlfriend, expelled from an elitist private university and, finally, evicted from his house, he is forced to share an apartment in a poor neighborhood. At the same time, he falls, in love with an extreme left-wing, blind social worker who is being courted by another left extremist, almost as stupid as Bosco himself. He represents a society of individuals who are incapable of thinking outside their limited worlds.


PASSES

October 21st, Saturday | 22:00 | Broadway Cinema

October 25th, Wednesday | 17:00 | Broadway Cinema

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