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  • Ocho apellidos catalanes (Spanish Affair 2)

    Ocho apellidos catalanes (Spanish Affair 2)

    Back home in Seville, word reaches Rafa (Dani Roivera) that Amaia (Clara Lago), the fiery Basque heroine of the previous film, is making plans to marry a metrosexual Catalan named Pau (Berto Romero). With Amaia’s father Koldo (Karra Elejalde) in tow, Rafa speeds off to Barcelona with the aim of preventing this disaster and losing the girl he loves forever. Meanwhile Merche (Carmen Machi), fed up with Koldo’s noncommittal ways, tracks them all down, but meets her match in Pau’s suspicious and ultraconservative mother, Roser (Rosa Maria Sarda). “The incisive politically incorrect jokes begin flying from the moment of Rafa’s arrival, and the comic stakes from the first Spanish Affair are stacked up twice as high. It’s no surprise that this sly sequel has become yet another box office behemoth in Spain.” – Jaie Laplante, Miami Film Festival catalog

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  • Viva (Premiere and Q&A with actors Hector Medina and Luis Alberto García

    Viva (Premiere and Q&A with actors Hector Medina and Luis Alberto García

    Jesus does make up for a troupe of drag performers in Havana, but dreams of being a performer. When he finally gets his chance to be on stage, a stranger emerges from the crowd and punches him in the face. The stranger is his father Angel, a former boxer, who has been absent from his life for 15 years. As father and son clash over their opposing expectations of each other, Viva becomes a love story as the men struggle to understand one another and become a family again.

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  • Tale of Tales (II racconto dei racconti)

    Tale of Tales (II racconto dei racconti)

    Once upon a time there were three kingdoms each with a magnificent castle, from which ruled kings and queens, princes and princesses. One king was a fornicating libertine, another captivated by a strange animal, while one of the queens was obsessed by her wish for a child. Sorcerers and fairies, ogres and old washerwomen, acrobats and courtesans are the protagonists of this breathtaking interpretation of the celebrated tales of Giambattista Basile, directed by the visionary director of Gomorrah. “This is a breathtaking film for those who still believe in the power of imagination, who haven’t given all of it over to artists who do the work for you. [It’s also] a reminder that a captivating story can hold us much longer than any kind of masterful visual effect.” - Sasha Stone, TheWrap

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